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Everything you need to start cooking; this Faberware 17-pc. Cookware Set drops from $129.99 to just $49.99. Included in the set are: 1-qt. covered saucepan, 2.25-qt. covered saucepan, 5-qt. covered Dutch oven, 7.25" open shallow skillet, 8.75" open shallow skillet, 11.25" open shallow skillet, Slotted turner, Solid spoon, Slotted spoon, Pasta fork, Whisk, Ladle and (2) 9" round carbon steel cake pans. Shipping is $9.95 or free on orders of $99 or more.
Stepping into my kitchen is always fun, as I pass the pots of green filled with fragrant smells and beautiful leaves ready to be plucked and added to soups, stews, breads or whatever else I take a fancy to.
Fresh herbs in the kitchen are a delight, and they are actually pretty easy to grow. With Spring arriving, many of you out there are wanting to get some gardening done. The sad truth is that most people will start to garden, and then end up failing because they take on too much right off the bat.
An easy way to start gardening is to just begin by growing some indoor herbs. Here are some of my favorite herbs to grow, that are also very easy to grow.
1. Pineapple Sage. This easy-to-grow sage plant smells of heavenly pineapple. It's perfect for soups, stews and Italian dishes, but I'm particularly a fan of just smelling its beautiful aroma on a daily basis.
2. Cilantro. This plant is so hearty, that it's pretty near impossible to kill. So if you have a thumb that is nowhere near a shade of green, then this should make you happy. Cilantro is great for when you're wanting to add a little bit of oomph to Mexican night.
We all waste money on things we could easily live without.
That's no surprise, though, as a quick look at our runaway credit
card debt reveals an obvious fascination with overspending.
However, you might be surprised to learn what some of our most
unnecessary money drains actually are.
Sure, you've got the usual suspects like luxury cars and
oversized homes, but we also can't forget about things like rental
car insurance and fraud monitoring services either.
While we may consider such things to be essential, they're
actually redundant at best. For example, most credit cards
automatically provide free auto rental coverage, and by choosing to
pay for a policy through a rental company, you're actually negating
what you've already got, not supplementing it.
It's freebie time! I don't know about anyone else, but I love
going to my mailbox to see what freebies are there. Lately I've
been receiving a lot of K-Cup coffee offers I signed up for
about 6 weeks ago. Not just one K-Cup
either, they're four packs! Have you scored any of
the freebies offered in the Weekly Round-Up?
There are some free beauty products this week. You can get a free
samples of St.Ive's Blemish Control Apricot Scrub. Just upload a
photo and follow instructions to create a poster and then
submit it to get your sample. Dark & Lovely is offering a free
sample of Anit-Reversion Cream Serum.
Whether you work
from home full time or find yourself bringing your work home with you on
the weekends, having a dedicated office space with all the gadgets and
tools you need makes life easier. Unfortunately, it also adds to your
electricity bill and household waste. Follow these four tips to cut down
on your energy consumption and waste levels.
1. Upgrade to CFLs
you're still using traditional light bulbs in your home office, its
time to upgrade to compact fluorescent light bulbs. CLFs cost a bit more
than standard light bulbs - about $3.00 to $6.00 a piece - but they'll
reduce your electricity usage as well as the heat output from the light.
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency reports that a CFL uses 75 percent less energy on average.
New Year's Eve is the next big holiday coming up on the calendar. It's time to stock up on all your favorite alcoholic beverages, snack foods, and party supplies (put the puke bucket under the couch, just in case...). And while you'd think Christmas has the market cornered on wacky products, you'd be surprised what I found while searching for something New Years' specific.
Enter the Pizza Clippers: because you may be too drunk to wield the pizza cutter.
Unfortunately, more and more people in today's society are becoming
single parents. The reason for this could be due to the growing
divorce rate or perhaps the decreased rate of marriages in the
first place. According to the U.S. Census Bureau in November, 2009,
there are approximately 13.7 million single parents in the United
States today, and those parents are responsible for raising 21.8
million children (approximately 26% of children under 21 in the
Being a parent in today's world is expensive either way, but being
a single parent is beyond affordable! However, 13.7% of parents are
expected to do this in one way or another, everyday. As for myself,
I became a single parent of three children in 2006 after my
divorce. Is it possible? Yes, it's possible. I'm living proof one
can do it even in today's society, however, be prepared to make