Spring is in the air and we’re looking around the house and trying to find more space. Here are 15 great ways to find ways to clean out the clutter from our friends over on WiseBread.com.
While it’s still difficult to find a full-time job in this economy, it’s easier than ever to make a little extra cash on the side. Virtually anyone with items of value or a skill or service to offer can supplement their income — with the right resources. From hocking your books and DVDs online to getting cash back for a smartphone, here are 15 ways you can sell nearly anything you think of. (See also: 9 Ways to Earn Extra Cash When Money Is Tight)
It’s said that we live in a disposable society. But the word disposable is a misnomer. Disposable is considered throwaway, something you use once and dump, regardless of the life that may be left in it. As a frugal shopper with a concern for the state of our environment, that just won’t do.
I often reuse many so-called “one-time-use” items, and I asked friends, family, and colleagues to tell me which disposable items they squeeze more life from. Here’s my list, including some of the surprising ideas I was given. (See also: 25 Things to Throw Out Today)
FREE BOOK: Baby Codes: Top Ten Tips to Help Your Baby Sleep Kevin Mills @BabyCodes #FreeFriday #FridayReads
Here’s another Free read for our readers. Enjoy!
Baby Codes: Top Ten Tips to Help Your Baby Sleep
Ebook By Kevin Mills
Rating: Not yet rated.
Published: Oct. 29, 2010
Category: Non-Fiction » Parenting » Pregnancy and Child Birth
Category: Non-Fiction » Relationships and Family » Parenting
Words: 2963 (approximate)
Parents today are worn out, sleep-deprived and simply exhausted. They need quick and easy solutions to helping their baby sleep through the night. Baby Codes: Top Ten Tips provides 10 easy-to-understand suggestions to help them unlock the keys to their child’s unique sleep preferences. They’re not only fast and applicable, they’re all absolutely Free.
This book is free.
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