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If cleaning your kitchen always seems like a journey of epic Lord of the Rings proportions, you’re not alone. You may not have a team of men, dwarves and hobbits at your disposal but these mighty kitchen cleaning tips will always have your back. Here are 12 tips for cleaning your kitchen that will not only save you time and effort, but also a little money! 1. 2-Step Oven Cleaner: No need to buy harsh chemicals or use the self-cleaning option on your oven that will make the whole house feel like a sauna. Simply place a bowl with a ½ cup of ammonia in your completely cool oven overnight. Wipe off all the grim easily the next day with a few paper towels. Done! 2. Fight Oil With Oil: The greasy residue that collects on your kitchen backsplash is […]
If you’re about to send the little ones off to school for another year, you’re probably knee deep in the process of shopping for their supplies by now. Outfitting your children with backpacks, lunchboxes, binders and more can be a costly venture, and every parent undertakes it when autumn rolls around. With a little research and planning, however, you can find plenty of ways to reduce the financial burden of back-to-school shopping. 1. Check Your Current Inventory Before you head out on your first shopping trip, get the kids involved and ask them to round up everything they have left from last year. If they dig deep, you might be surprised by what’s still on-hand. If those backpacks and jackets are still just as good as they were last year, have your children reuse them. If you get some pushback, […]
Roseann Giannone (Rosey The Coupon Coach) has over 25+ years of experience in teaching families how to save thousands of dollars a year on anything from groceries to travel. Check out Rosey’s blog at www.roseythecouponcoach.blogspot.com or on Facebook. 1) Buy clothing and shoes off season! I save up to 90% on our clothing and shoes buying off season. That means purchasing what we need (or want) at the end of the season and putting it away for the following year. Styles (even designer brands) do not change that drastically from year to year. Buy a size larger for your children. Even if they grow quickly and grow over the size you haven’t invested that much money in the item to get upset over it. I’m certain you will be able to sell that brand new with tags item at a yard sale or […]