FrugalWorld

Here you'll find hundreds of money saving tips in a variety of areas.

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Here you'll find hundreds of money saving tips in a variety of areas. To find information to help you lead a more frugal life, browse through one of our categories along the left-hand side of the page, or look below for the most recent additions to the site. If you're looking for something specific, try our search box (to the right).

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Home-Based Methods to Tackle Common Garden Pests
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Saving Money While Staying Cool

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Rescuing Used Cooking Oil

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Use this tip to remove strong tastes from cooking oils. (more…)

ScribeFire Blog Editor

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With ScribeFire, you can easily update your blog through Firefox. (more…)

Credit Card Rates at All-Time High

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While the recent CARD Act helped to cut down on some credit card fee abuses, it did nothing to help in the  interest fees that credit card companies can initially charge. The result? Average interest rates now hovering at just under 15%. (more…)

IDrive – Free Online Storage

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IDrive offers 2 GB of online backup storage for free. (more…)

Create a Flapping Bat for Halloween

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This video tutorial will show you how to create flapping bat wings using straws — perfect for Halloween!
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Make Your Own Inexpensive Laundry Soap

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The title of this video is “Make YEARS worth of laundry detergent for about FIVE BUCKS!”, and while I think the five bucks is closer than the years, I will say that you can make a sizable amount of detergent for very little money. And as a side benefit, it’s much more natural than the more expensive brand detergents you’ll find on the market.

Ingredients include a couple of bars of soap, a box of washing soda, a box of borax, and water. Check out the video for the measurements and instructions on how to make your own detergent.

Crafting: Fall Leaf Ink Painting

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This video tutorial will show you how to paint autumn leaves with pigment ink and Q-tips.
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Say No to Junk Food and Junk Beverages

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Be kind to your waistline and wallet by ruling out the junk food. (more…)

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