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Thrifty Tips (March 14, 2019)If you struggle with dry or damaged hair, try this treatment process by Atossa. Let us know how it works, or send in your own hair care or beauty tips.
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3-Step DIY Hair Treatment Tip

By attosa

This at-home hair treatment works like a charm on all hair types; even the frizziest of locks. It helps your hair retain moisture and keeps your mane looking super shiny. All it takes is a liquid, an oil, and a cream. The great thing about this method is that you can even use some of the cheapest products around your house.

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Coffee Tubs As Tool Storage

By Sandi/Poor But Proud

There were some pretty drawers in the kitchen where I kept some tools there and some in another place and still some in some other place. Well, it was getting a bit silly. So today, I sat a coffee tub inside the drawer and it fit, then I figured out another 3 fit.

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Steamed Cod with Ginger and Scallions

By Judy

An easy and healthy recipe. I cut down on the ginger, but will write the original recipe.

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Pot O' Gold Piggy Bank

By attosa

This is a fun and thrifty piggy bank to make out of Popsicle sticks, glue, and a plastic jar. You can use the rainbow as a chute to drop your coins into your pot of gold. It will be fun to save, and easy to twist open when it's full!

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Reusable Keurig Pods

If you like the convenience of using a Keurig machine but find the pods too pricey or you miss your favorite coffee, there is a solution.

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Quick and Easy Poached EggsFill a pot half way with water and bring to a boil. Spray the inside of a baggie with cooking spray and break one or more eggs into the baggie. Squeeze out most of the air while zipping the baggie closed. Drop the baggie into the pot of water reducing heat to medium/low and cover. I cooked two eggs for 5 minutes but increase/decrease time according to number of eggs being poached. The baggie allows for a good visual check during cooking. When the eggs are done, remove the baggie from the water using tongs. Open baggie carefully - contents will be hot - and simply pour the eggs out. No more stringy whites clinging to the inside of the pot!

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