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Starting with Solar Energy - A Case Study
Thinking of saving money using solar techniques? Get started in small ways and work up in price and complexity. Eventually run your whole house! Here is my personal solar plan.
Solar iPhone and USB Charger - Review
The Solar ReStore solar panel and battery pack is a GREAT unit to get anyone started powering small USB electronics with the free power of the sun.
Make a New Frugal Thanksgiving Tradition
Every year on Thanksgiving we expect the turkey, the trimmings, the pies and overflowing drink. What if you can't afford to do it this year? Here are tons of alternative, and maybe better, ideas.
How to Find Free and Cheap Books
You don't have to pay top dollar for books. With a small amount of effort, you can acquire more free or very cheap books than you can read in a lifetime.
Extreme Frugal Food Budgeting After Week One
After you have made through Week One on the extreme $50 food budget, you can branch out with more foods and real meat in subsequent weeks. Here are the results of my shopping research.
$50 a Week Food Budget for Four - Planning
How to begin planning a food budget for a family of four based on $50 a week.
Meal Plans from the First Week of the $50 Budget
How to combine your staples for the first week of frugal menu planning. The parameters are using $50 for four people (two adults and two school-age children) - obviously a very tight budget!
The First Week in a $50 Food Budget for Four
A one week menu plan for a family of four in tough times.
How to Look for Quality Used Cotton Sheets
Thread count is all the rage these days, and you can buy new sheets for absurdly high thread counts, for absurdly high fees. And while a high thread count does ensure a good feel (if finer cottons are used), you won’t make a long-term bargain out of the expense.
Make Money Collecting Scrap Metal - Case Study
Foraging for metals of all kinds - aluminum, steel, brass, copper (even copper wires) and old coins, can help you add an easy extra income to your savings jar. You get to spend time outside, get some free fitness, and do your community a service by cleaning up your local area.
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