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  • Check out this Hub for great tips on saving money on your next water bill. Each idea is simple and something in which the whole family can engage.

    Water Bills: Saving Money

    Water Bills: Saving Money

    by Jaynie20003

  • Lowering your TV bill may be easier than you think. Your provider wants to keep your business, so read on for tips and strategies to get your cable, satellite, or fiber optic company for discounts.

    How to Lower Your Cable or DirecTV Bill

    How to Lower Your Cable or DirecTV Bill

    by Scott Barr246

  • Refuse to pay high prices by using defining tips to lower your Cox Cable bill. Cable Internet bills in the US are higher than any other country. Fight for your rights to get cheaper service.

    5 Tips to Lower Cox Cable Bill

    5 Tips to Lower Cox Cable Bill

    by Audrey Selig20

  • Reusing your plastic bags is a great way to reduce your waste. Plastic, unlike all other materials, does not decompose.So what do we do with it? Learn these ten ways to reuse your bags.

    Ten Ways to Reuse Your Plastic Bags

    Ten Ways to Reuse Your Plastic Bags

    by Brittanie13

  • If you've gold old underwear (or other clothes) that you really have no use for, here are some things you can do with them besides throwing them in the trash!

    Things to Do With Old Underwear

    Things to Do With Old Underwear

    by GH Price14

  • How to save electricity and energy at home by replacing and repairing your appliances as well as changing some habits.

    Ways to Save Electricity at Home

    Ways to Save Electricity at Home

    by Dan Harmon3

  • Wash your dishes in a minimum amount of water with the ideas you'll find here. You'll save on your water bills and feel good about saving the environment.

    Frugal Dishwashing Tips

    Frugal Dishwashing Tips

    by Virginia Allain0

  • Kitchen tricks to make life easier in the kitchen & save wasting food. Thrifty kitchen secrets which are simple to follow: from using up pickle vinegar to storing fresh herbs & buying imported food.

    5 Kitchen Tips to Save Money and Make Life Easier

    5 Kitchen Tips to Save Money and Make Life Easier

    by Diana Grant10

  • Which appliances use the most electricity? This article lists over 20 common appliances with running costs and shows you how to calculate kilowatt hour usage of any device.

    How Much Do Electrical Appliances Cost to Run?

    How Much Do Electrical Appliances Cost to Run?

    by Eugene Brennan2

  • Save empty prescription containers and put them to use. They are a handy size and watertight, so are useful storage bottles.

    Ways to Reuse Pill Bottles

    Ways to Reuse Pill Bottles

    by Virginia Allain1

  • If you're into frugal living, you will love what your kitchen sponge is capable of. Join countless of other enthusiasts already enjoying these squishy wonders in the home, garden and office.

    Top 22 Frugal Uses For Your Kitchen Sponge

    Top 22 Frugal Uses For Your Kitchen Sponge

    by Jana Louise Smit0

  • We're already putting enough trash into our landfills that it just makes sense to reduce, reuse and recycle. Here are fifteen ways to reuse empty yogurt containers!

    15 Uses for Empty Yogurt Containers

    15 Uses for Empty Yogurt Containers

    by GH Price10

  • Call Qwest and demand a lower rate on your phone or internet bill. If you have found yourself suffering from a higher internet or phone bill because a low introductory rate has expired, try negotiating a new rate. This is especially effective with...

    How to Lower Your Internet or Phone Bill with CenturyLink (Qwest)

    How to Lower Your Internet or Phone Bill with CenturyLink (Qwest)

    by Woodson36

  • DIY home tricks: filling nail holes, improvising a bed skirt, putting a shirt on a pillow, and regrowing your own vegetables.

    4 Cheap DIY Home Hacks

    4 Cheap DIY Home Hacks

    by Bri Timpson0

  • Turn your stash of socks without matches into something useful. Try this tips for ways to repurpose stray socks.

    Uses for Unmatched Socks

    Uses for Unmatched Socks

    by Virginia Allain2

  • Here are dozens of ways to get further use from clothing, socks, and towels that are stained or for some reason not suitable to donate to charity. Save the earth by recycling and repurposing.

    New Uses for Stained Clothing and Towels

    New Uses for Stained Clothing and Towels

    by Virginia Allain3

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