101 Ways To Save Money Every Day

I want to talk about 101 ways to save money every day. We all want to find some new ways to save a little or a lot of money. I talked about can openers on FaceBook one day by asking my readers “How Many Can Openers Do You Have?” I was thrilled when I received several of the comments about can openers, but one comment stuck out. The woman stated she had one, but she rarely opens any cans because she never buys food in cans. Alrighty, that’s awesome! I was eating a bowl of chili from a can with Ritz crackers at the time.

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15 Amazing Health Benefits Of Turmeric

I’m always looking for natural healing remedies, let me tell you what I learned about turmeric. This is an organic spice I purchased at a local store. It tastes very similar to curry, but maybe not as strong. It is used to flavor and to color curry products. It is a perennial in the ginger family that grows in Southeast Asia and requires a lot of annual rainfall for it to thrive. It’s a substance with powerful anti-inflammatory and antioxidants properties. Turmeric is a spice that comes from the turmeric plant.

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How To Have Clean Laundry When The Power Is Off

Are you ready to see how to have clean laundry when the power is off? We will all lose power at one time or another, so we may as well be ready with the tools to at least have some clean underwear. I told Mark I won’t be hand-washing his jeans, just giving you the head-ups here. If and when we lose power I’m prepared to wash our clothes, lots of clothes. Oh, did I mention we need to be able to dry our clothes as well? Yep, I have a clothesline, clothespins and a heavy duty Amish made wooden clothes drying rack. I bought it from a store in Ohio, called Lehman’s Hardware Store. It’s my dream to go visit that store one day. Wooden Clothes Dryer

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Manual Vintage Kitchen Tools We All Need

Today it’s all about manual vintage kitchen tools we all need. I wrote a post a week or two ago about kitchen tools and I had so many comments that I just had to add some additional manual vintage kitchen tools today. Several of you sent me emails about these and I just had to post them, it’s so fun to talk about things we still use in the kitchen. We laughed because some people call these items vintage tools, but they are what we grew up using in the kitchen. It’s how we roll, right? If we cook from scratch we have all of these, just admit it.

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