FrugalWorld

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

Organic vs. Non-Organic Produce: When to Buy Each

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Let’s face it: pesticides are bad. They kill bugs, for Pete’s sake, so they can’t be all that good for your average human. Research has linked human exposure to pesticides to cancer, neurological damage, birth defects, possible early-onset Parkinson’s… the list goes on and on.

So you should avoid regular produce and eat organic, right? It’s a good strategy, but also an expensive one. Organic produce can be a great deal more expensive than regular produce. I was in the local supermarket the other day and saw organic onions that were DOUBLE what they were charging for regular onions. There has to be a middle road… Read more…

Home Remedies for 10 Summertime Ailments

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While summer opens up a whole world of summer outdoor fun, it also exposes us to a slew of minor ailments just waiting to make us miserable. From sunburn and poison ivy to bee stings and blisters, summertime ailments can suck a lot of the fun out of an already short time of the year. Luckily there are any number of home remedies to combat these annoyances.

In this article, we round up some of the most popular treatments for ten of the most common summer ailments. It should be noted that there’s not a doctor in the house here (nor one who plays one on the Internet), so take all remedies listed with a grain of salt (particularly when salt is the remedy!).
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Clean Humidifiers Regularly

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Use a humidifier in the winter to help with dry skin? Make sure you maintain it. Read more…

What Not To Take A Multi-Vitamin With

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If you take iron-enriched multi-vitamins, make sure you never take them with… Read more…

Is The Economic Collapse a Good Thing?

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On its face, the question itself is ludicrous, but the press seems to be trying to spin the faltering/failing economy lately, desperately pulling out even the thinnest of silver linings.

I’ve been catching these stories cropping up here and there (quite a few flew out when gas prices started going down last fall), and today saw a couple of more. Which I had to share, because hey, optimism. 🙂 Read more…

Easy Splinter Solution

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Try the following to easily remove most splinters. Read more…

Six Tips for Health Insurance Savings

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Illness and the medical bills it generates are responsible for almost half the bankruptcies filed in the United States every year. Health insurance is fast becoming one of the most vital decisions you can make in terms of your long-term financial health, but it can be a pricey one. Read more…

DIY Bath Salts

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These are a great de-stressor and also make wonderful gifts. Read more…

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