On my author blog a few years ago, I shared a few articles on managing home finances where I didn't merely discuss savings or budgeting, but when to tell a deal from a ruse. Those three articles are as follows: Household Finances: Intro to the Basics Household Finances: Part 2 and Household Finances: Part 3 … Continue reading Black Friday: When is a Deal a Deal?
Interesting question, huh? But the ramifications of what I'm about to share may just aid in putting you on the road to more savings. Let's consider several types of storage that can aid in this endeavour: Last week, we covered several types of food storage. This week we'll cover clothing storage, beginning in your closet! … Continue reading What if a Simple Concept Called “Storage” Could save Money? Part 2: Your Clothes
As time permits, I am carrying on with the unlocked video training content over at Shoemoney.net. I watched the videos for copywriting where I learned that what I've done with formatting information on my writing courses is a good example of what Jeremy would call good copyrighting. I now need to go through and confirm … Continue reading Carrying on with Unlocked Training at Shoemoney.net
In the first blog post here, I wrote about several things you can do with your toaster. Our toaster oven died on my birthday this year after serving us well for many years! It became a very good cost saver, allowing me to do many things with it that normally require the much larger 220V … Continue reading What Have You Baked in Your Toaster?
Today, on my 45th birthday, a toaster that came to live in our home from the Salvation Army Thrift store years ago, finally kicked the bucket! It isn't much to look at, but this little toaster oven was a real trooper. We used it for far more than just making toast! Did you know you … Continue reading Ode to a Toaster Oven