Protecting Folks Facing Evictions and Foreclosures

Homemaker Tips

Protecting Folks Facing Evictions and Foreclosures

0 Comments 29 June 2012

When anyone is facing the threat of being evicted out of their home, fear is usually the emotion that always comes next to it. Everyone doesn’t like the feeling of losing their homes and the stress that it can inflict can be tremendous. That’s why, it is perceived that foreclosures are inadvertently one of the [&hellip

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Keeping Cool on Electric Bills

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Keeping Cool on Electric Bills

0 Comments 19 March 2011

Energy bills heating you up? No one needs to tell us that more than the sun heats up this time of year. Our electric bills are monthly reminders of what it takes to keep us cool. There are ways, however, to help keep those bills reasonable. An insulation company offers these tips: - Give your [&hellip

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Managing Finances Effectively for Homemakers

Homemaker Tips

Managing Finances Effectively for Homemakers

2 Comments 15 May 2010

Managing homes are just not that easy as many people may think. Managing finances for the family, for instance, is a very tricky part of homemaking. Knowing how to correctly manage finances is always a priority for families who make do of an average income. Apart from that, there’s also some need to have savings [&hellip

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Rhubarb Crisps – An Exciting Snack for Rhubarb Season

Recipes

Rhubarb Crisps – An Exciting Snack for Rhubarb Season

0 Comments 09 May 2010

There’s a bunch of people looking for delicious rhubarb recipe since this crop is coming into season. Everyone is curious about how can rhubarb be used to make exciting dishes. Well, here’s a rhubarb recipe from Susan Lanik: 5 cups chopped (½ inch pieces) rhubarb ? cup all purpose flour 1 cup granulated sugar ½ [&hellip

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How to Design Your Ideal Kitchen

Interior Design

How to Design Your Ideal Kitchen

0 Comments 09 May 2010

Good enough is definitely not a word to describe an ideal kitchen. Most of us homemakers know that most of our tasks revolve in this quaint room. It is but natural for us that we put much value in designing and making our kitchen as functional as possible. Keeping in mind its importance, the kitchen [&hellip

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Kitchen Furniture Makeover: Go Modern Oriental Style

Interior Design

Kitchen Furniture Makeover: Go Modern Oriental Style

0 Comments 03 May 2010

The freezer is a stack of frozen set dinners and ready-to-fry parts of different animals. Everything in the pantry is in a can. There are pots and pans in the kitchen cabinets but none of them have been used in weeks. This is what can be called a kitchen rut. A rut is not a [&hellip

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Citrus Grilled Fish

Recipes

Citrus Grilled Fish

0 Comments 03 May 2010

Fish, especially if it’s grilled, is definitely a healthy treat. This citrus grilled fish is a tangy and exciting recipe you’ll surely love. Here it is: 4-6 large grapefruit – sliced 1/2 inch thick 6 rainbow trout (or other favorite catch!) chopped fresh parsley and/or thyme 4 fresh lemons freshly ground pepper Square grapefruit slices [&hellip

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Turkey Pizza Pie

Recipes

Turkey Pizza Pie

0 Comments 03 May 2010

Every body loves pizza and this home made turkey pizza pie will surely be one hit if you cook it for your family. The ingredients are as follows: 1 lb. ground turkey 1/4 cup milk 1 cup shredded cheddar 3 oz. can sliced mushrooms (optional) salt & pepper to taste 1/4 cup fine bread crumbs [&hellip

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Saving on Food Bills

Saving

Saving on Food Bills

0 Comments 03 May 2010

Is your food bill like mine? Out of control and out of this world? Does it seem to get bigger and bigger each month? I decided to try and get my grocery bill down to a more “normal” range…whatever that is! By implementing a few strategies, I was able to see a noticeable difference in [&hellip

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Random Homemaking Tips

Homemaker Tips

Random Homemaking Tips

0 Comments 03 May 2010

So, you’re going on a trip? You pack a few “hotel size” bottles of shampoo and conditioner. When you get to the hotel, you toss in a few more of these little things. You get home, and now you have twice as many as you left with. What do you do with all these little [&hellip

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