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


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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Keep an Eye on Gas Prices When Renting Cars

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When renting a car, keep an eye open for competing gas prices wherever you are. (more…)

Recipe – Horse Cookies

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Because even Mr. Ed needs a cookie now and then. (more…)

Recipe – Cockatiel/Parrot Food Mix

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An easy recipe for your domesticated feather friends. (more…)

Software For Free

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Really cool computer software need not cost you an arm and a leg. (more…)

Stones For Free

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Find free stones for landscaping projects. (more…)

Low Long Distance Phone Usage? Avoid Fees/Minimums

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Save on long distance charges. (more…)

Recipe – Mint/Parsley Dogbreath Bashers

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The combination of mint and parsley can help to control disagreeable dogbreath.

2 cups brown rice flour
1 tablespoon activated charcoal
1/2 cup chopped fresh parsley
1/3 cup chopped fresh mint
3 tablespoons vegetable oil
1 egg
2/3 cup milk

Combine the flour and charcoal in a small bowl. In a larger bowl, combine the parsley, mint, oil and egg and beat together well. Alternate adding the dry ingredients to the egg mixture with the milk, stirring well after each addition. Drop the resulting dough by spoon onto a greased cookie sheet, then bake in a 400 degree oven for 15 minutes. When cool, store in the refrigerator (1 month) or freezer (1 year).

Your Library = Free Video Rentals?

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Search your local library for free movies. (more…)