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21 Ways To Get rid Of Ants Naturally

21 Ways To Get rid Of Ants Naturally This morning I woke up to Ants- not just a few, but the long trails that go room to room. It’s not that I hate ants, they are just annoying. But it’s not just ants, for some reason, my condo attracts spiders, cobwebs and other annoying types …

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100 Painless Ways to Live Frugally

100 Painless Ways to Live Frugally Frugal living is a very popular topic on livinggreenandfrugally.com. we try to show tips, tricks and ideas on money saving and living a frugal lifestyle as much as we can.  I know there is a lot people who have financial trouble and i bet a few of my readers have …

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Being Prepared for Septic System Maintenance

Being Prepared for Septic System Maintenance Many people who live green and frugally are in rural locations. Even those who live in suburban areas that have been incorporated into growing cities may still have septic systems versus being part of a large sewer line. There are over 21 million households that need to be prepared …

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Clever Ways To Use Silica Gel That You Never Knew

Clever Ways To Use Silica Gel That You Never Knew Often found in the bottom of shoe boxes and in dry food packets, silica gel packets are commonly looked at as small nuisances that provide no additional purpose other than to get themselves thrown into the nearest waste bin upon opening up the new shoes …

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15 Amazing Space Saving Ideas

15 Amazing Space Saving Ideas Renting an apartment in a big city usually means there is ‘limited’ space in almost all areas of the apartment. Just because you have a small space, doesn’t mean it can’t look fabulous. It seems like every home could use a little more space, but small homes really need a helping …

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Decoding Cast Iron Numbers and Lettering

Decoding Cast Iron Numbers and Lettering Cast-iron cookware may seem old-fashioned choice in today’s kitchen. But cast iron is a dependable cookware in ant kitchen today. Cast-iron conduct heat amazing well, then can also go from stovetop to oven with no problem and last for years. This was an interesting article from Cast Iron Collector website on an …

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