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10 Time-Saving Kitchen Hacks You Need To Know

10 Time-Saving Kitchen Hacks You Need To Know There are some tricks that you just had no idea even existed but thank goodness they do because they honestly save you so much time (and create less of a mess!) If you’re turned off by cooking because of the amount of time cooking can consume, then …

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Survival Candles That Last For 50h

Survival Candles That Last For 50h Candles make a great source of lighting in an emergency and a little bit of heat as well. I was looking at some candles on amazon the other day and was shocked to see some of the prices for the long lasting candles – if you want to buy …

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Keep The Cold Out With Home Made Thermal Curtains

Keep The Cold Out With Home Made Thermal Curtains Make sure to like Living Green and Frugally on Facebook, Shop at amazon to help support my site and explore our  PINTEREST BOARDS  for innovative ways you can become self-sufficient. Windows are very frequently a source of lost heat in your home. Older homes may suffer from only …

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Homemade Mint Fabric Softener

Homemade Rosemary Mint Fabric Softener I set out to find the best homemade liquid fabric softener that could be found. And whadayaknow, I found there really aren’t that many variations only a hand full that i could find. Many modern washing machines have a dispenser which can add liquid fabric softener to the load of …

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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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How To Make Energy-Saving Thermal Curtains

How To Make Energy-Saving Thermal Curtains Windows are very frequently a source of lost heat in your home. Older homes may suffer from only having single-paned windows, which lose a large amount of heat, and even newer double-paned insulated windows lack enough insulation against cold winter temperatures and wind. you can save home heating costs …

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