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  • Fashion + Style

    Budget Gardening Tip: Water Plants for Free

    A great way to save money in the garden is to water using collected rainwater. Rainwater is the best choice for both indoor and outdoor plants, it’s pure, unchlorinated and free. You can use rain barrels or other water-collecting containers to collect water from your downspouts. A 1,000-square-foot roof can yield 625 gallons of water [...] Read More

    January 8, 2008 by TBF

  • Fashion + Style

    Making Beauty Resolutions You Can Keep: Beauty Trend 2008

    What: After living the end of 2007 to the hilt, it’s time to treat yourself great in 2008. What the experts say: Just about every beauty outlet is touting the importance of sticking to a list of beauty resolutions. This from the editors at Sephora.com, who, put together one for you: “You’ve already sworn yourself [...] Read More

    January 8, 2008 by TBF

  • Go Green on a Budget Guide

    eCycle’s Printer Cartidge Recycling Program: Recycle This

    You might have thought to just throw away your old printer cartridge, thinking that once the ink runs out, the card is no good. eCycle has created recycle programs for recyling your empty printer cartidges in order to reduce landfills, and also save us money by reusing cartridges we already have. eCycle’s Campus Collection Program [...] Read More

    January 8, 2008 by TBF

  • Fashion + Style

    Try This: Live Centerpiece

    A vase of flowers will always have a place at the center of a table, but if you’re looking for something a little more long lasting for your next get together, try a live centerpiece. A potted herb plant, flowering plant or even a cactus can be a good alternative, and will still be around [...] Read More

    January 8, 2008 by TBF

  • Fashion + Style

    Budget Food Tips: Sweet Cinnamon Flatbread

    Jennifer Behar, owner of Jennifer’s Homemade, was on the Martha Stewart show recently, sharing her recipe for Sweet Cinnamon Flatbread. The treat sells at Whole Foods, Publix and on her website for $7 for a 6 oz. bag, or you can make it yourself for less. If you bake even occasionally, you probably have most [...] Read More

    January 8, 2008 by TBF