You can cheaply and easily lower your cholesterol — and even lose weight and save money in the process.
There's a lot more to do with corn flakes than just toss 'em in a bowl with some milk. Discover surprising uses for this cheap ingredient.
If you live in an area that is damp, foggy, or humid, battling mildew gets pretty tiresome. Follow these tips to easily and cheaply fight this scourge.
Finally, my black thumb has turned green, and I can pick fresh vegetables for our dinner several nights a week. Learn from my trial and error.
Migraines can be completely debilitating. Learn about common triggers (and how to avoid them) and home remedies for easing pain.
When you consider cost, taste, and time, is fresh always better? Find out as frozen dinners go head-to-head with their freshly made counterparts.
With electricity rates and propane prices rising, we learned in a big hurry how to dry our clothes with minimal dryer use.
Did you know that there are over 140,000 varieties of cultivated rice? Besides being a delicious and versatile cooking grain, it has some other very unusual uses.
Are you making one of these common mistakes that can trigger an audit?
Many people miss out on these big tax deductions, adjustments, and credits. Are you one of them?
Recently I learned several annual money-saving maintenance tips. All it took was a little snooping around my husband.
Let me help you get a jump on shopping for Christmas 2011: Here are some of my favorite frugal and funny gifts from this year.
No more apples, mugs, or other unwanted gifts. This year, consider one of these 10 frugal winners, all suggested by teachers.
Learn how I made my best marinara sauce ever and easily processed 20 pounds of fruit with the same electricity-free tool.
Welcome to my third and final installment about making your own condiments. I have now experimented with mayonnaise, ketchup, and finally, mustard.
Here are my 10 mail-order websites that I love for their great customer service and quality products.
Zingy and filled with tomato goodness, this easy-to-make ketchup can provide better flavor than the store-bought stuff.
When the price of my beloved Best Foods (also known as Hellman’s, for you folks east of the Rockies) rose to over $6 (30 oz.) here, we switched to a store brand. It was sl
Yogurt is already conveniently packaged, widely available, and comes in a big variety of flavors. That said, there are great reasons to make your own.
Home-brewing can lead to better tasting and cheaper beer. What's not to like?
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