Posts Tagged ‘Simple’

Simple plumbing tricks you can (really!) do yourself — Savings Experiment

Simple plumbing tricks you can (really!) do yourself — Savings Experiment

Filed under: Savings Experiment, Home & Garden Whether it’s a problem with your sink, toilet or pipes, a typical plumbing service call can set you back about $ 150. But there’s hope: Some of these issues are actually easy and inexpensive to fix on your own. And if we can do it, so can...

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7 Simple, Free Moves Guaranteed to Make You Richer

7 Simple, Free Moves Guaranteed to Make You Richer

Filed under: Saving Getty By Donna Freedman Some of us think wealth is unattainable. Hard work is expected, but building a fortune isn’t on our radar of possibilities. We believe the rich will get richer, and the rest of us will stay right where we are – unless, of course, we slide backward. But...

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5 Simple Ways to Have a Frugal Valentine’s Day

5 Simple Ways to Have a Frugal Valentine’s Day

Filed under: Gift Guides, Saving Getty By John Schmoll Valentine’s Day is just around the corner. Who doesn’t like to take a day to show a loved one just how much they mean to them? The retail industry takes that desire and preaches one message: You must spend money to accomplish it. The National...

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3 Simple, Awesome Recipes for Thanksgiving Leftovers

3 Simple, Awesome Recipes for Thanksgiving Leftovers

Filed under: Holiday Shopping, Food & Beverage, Home & Garden By Parker Wallace Everyone looks forward to Thanksgiving and all the trimmings. And then, by Saturday, everybody is sick of Thanksgiving and all the trimmings. Gag me with a turkey sandwich, right? The key to leftovers is making them feel like a different meal...

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Puzzlephone’s simple modular smartphone hits Indiegogo

Puzzlephone’s simple modular smartphone hits Indiegogo

We’ve seen and heard a lot about modular smartphones in the last couple of years, but we’re finally getting a little bit closer to testing them in the wild. The Puzzlephone is one of the┬ásimplest modular designs we’ve seen, dividing into three parts only: a “brain” containing the processor, camera, RAM, and storage; a...

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5 Simple Steps to Slay Your Financial Fears

5 Simple Steps to Slay Your Financial Fears

Filed under: Life Stage Lessons Shutterstock By Marilyn Lewis Ever wonder why we think it’s fun to scare ourselves with creepy movies and haunted houses? Some experts believe it gives us a sense of control. And of course there’s the relief when the fright is over and we know we’re safe. Money is a...

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10 Simple Ways to Cut Costs on Data Usage

10 Simple Ways to Cut Costs on Data Usage

Filed under: Internet, Telecommunications, Consumer Issues, Cell Phones By Ari Cetron The smartphone has become one of those how-did-we-survive-before-we-had-it types of inventions. As of 2013, about two-thirds of Americans own the devices, which let you send text messages, check your email, check Facebook, get a stock quote, read the newspaper, play games, take pictures,...

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5 Simple Ways to Save $100 a Month on Groceries

5 Simple Ways to Save $100 a Month on Groceries

Filed under: Shopping, Food & Beverage, Budgeting Tools, How to Save Money, Coupons Jupiterimages By John Schmoll If you’ve been to the grocery store lately, you know just how expensive it can be to buy groceries. This fact is only made worse when you have a family to shop for and you like to...

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5 Simple Rules for Choosing the Right Money-Saving LED Bulbs

5 Simple Rules for Choosing the Right Money-Saving LED Bulbs

Filed under: Energy, Public Utilities, How to Save Money, Consumer Issues, Home & Garden By Marilyn Lewis There’s nothing but good news these days about LED (light-emitting diode) bulbs. The prices have come down (they still cost more to buy than incandescent bulbs, but they’ll save you wads of money in the long run.)...

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13 Simple Ways to Stop Wasting Food – and Money

13 Simple Ways to Stop Wasting Food – and Money

Filed under: Consumer Goods, Food & Beverage, How to Save Money, Products, Home & Garden By Karla Bowsher Thirty-one percent of the food produced each year in the U.S. goes uneaten, according to the latest estimates from the USDA. That translates to $ 161.6 billion per year — or about $ 522 per person,...

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