It is so funny . . . sometimes I will be working on photo editing or graphics and there will be a spot or mark that doesn't look right, so I pull down the eraser tool and try to erase it. After trying to figure out why the tool won't erase it, I realize it is my dirty screen!
I found a DIY screen cleaner recipe that costs pennies to make that is safe to use on our computer, television and phones. Click here for the recipe.
Be safe . . . don't forget to spray onto the cloth, not the device!
I must admit that I'm so frugal that I will hold on to bakeware that looks like that one indefinitely and cover with aluminum foil. Well, it is still functional and you know . . . I'm frugal! You know I was so happy to find the article at Tip Hero that shows how to make your bakeware sparkle like new again. Click here to go to the article . . . save some money!
Lately we have been using artisan natural soaps and shampoo soaps that we love, but they are a bit pricey.
As a result, I've set out to educate myself on making my own concoctions and soaps. It seems I keep hearing about castile soap for a wide array of DIY projects that will hopefully save us lots of money.
When I ran across this article from One Good Thing by Jillee, I was amazed at all the practical uses for castile soap in my DIY endeavors. Hopefully you will find one you like!
During strawberry season in my part of the world, you can pick up strawberries for surprisingly low prices, especially if you go directly to the you pick em fields and pick your own.
My method of storing strawberries is washing, cleaning and freezing them. But there are other ways. Check out this article from About.com for some great tips on how to store strawberries so they will last longer.
A bargain is no bargain if you have to throw it away!
Another great idea from Jillee! You would not believe how easy it is to make your own garlic and onion powder. The Captain and I love making our own spice mixes and this will make a great addition for our collection. The savings add up and the mixtures are exactly what you want.
Click here for the tutorial from one of my favorite blogs, One Good Thing from Jillee. Check out Jillee's website for more awesome ideas!
Save money by recycling those plastic grocery bags for your smaller trash cans. I love the trick of putting an upside down hook to keep the bag from getting stuck in the can. This trick comes from an awesome article "Why Didn't I Think of That" from the blog One Good Thing by Jillee. Check out the article for many more great ideas!
Anything DIY home improvement that will save time and money is of great interest to me! I know most of you will agree with me . . . One of my Twitter friends, Steven Davidson, shared the article Don't Sweat The Little Things from the website 411HomeRepair.com. The website is an awesome reference website with tons of DIY tips and tricks for home repair and more. Check it out! If you are interested in learning 1001 ways to improve your home, you will want to follow Steven on Twitter. Happy Home Repair!