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  • Fashion + Style

    Around the Way: Organic Fashion, In-Grown Hair Help, Blogs for Bambinos, and More

    The Budget Fashionista links you to the latest tips and trends from our family of budget blogs: From The Budget Ecoist: ~ You can be eco-friendly and fashionable, with this Organic Sash Skirt (view post here) ~ Community Supported Agriculture: stay healthy and do good! (view post here) From See Jack Shop: ~ What to [...] Read More

    January 11, 2008 by Angela

  • Beauty

    Best Budget Moisturizer

    As winter marches on, we find it more crucial than ever to have a great budget moisturizer in our budget beauty arsenal. It’s easy to be tempted to spend too much, but the truth is, you don’t need to. Angela, for example, is swearing this year by Pond’s Mend and Defend Intensive Protection moisturizer (with [...] Read More

    January 10, 2008 by Angela

  • Go Green on a Budget Guide

    Reuse Old Book Pages, Make Fridge Magnets: Green Tip

    Reuse your old newspapers and book pages (like the ones you have leftover from the make-a-book-post from earlier today) to make clever magnets. You might have seen those fridge magnets in bookstores that let you create you own poems—basically, they give you a box full of nouns, adjectives, and verbs that you can use to [...] Read More

    January 10, 2008 by TBF

  • Fashion + Style

    Budget Gardening Tip: Houseplants Clean the Air

    Having a plant or two around your home or office doesn’t just improve the decor it also good for your health. NASA research has shown that houseplants can help to clear the air of volatile organic compounds (VOC). Two or three plants in 8-inch pots for every 100 square feet can help to clear the [...] Read More

    January 10, 2008 by TBF

  • Fashion + Style

    Budget Food Tip: Steak Marinades and Rubs

    Save money on bottled marinades or pre-mixed steak rubs by making them at home. Ingredients are basic, most of which you’ll have in the pantry already. Here are recipes for two steak treatments a garlicky basic marinade and a savory dry rub. Basic Marinade Combine: 3 tablespoons extra-virgin olive oil 2 teaspoons salt 1 teaspoon [...] Read More

    January 10, 2008 by TBF