Having a budget is important, but one of its most important benefits is mental rather than physical.
It’s true. Making – and sticking to – a budget is important to your peace of mind because it means you’ve got a plan.
It gives you hope.
If you’re among the millions of people now working from home as a result of the pandemic, you may be dreaming of the days you spent away from home at “the office”.
Lunches with co-workers have been replaced by quick grab ‘n’ go leftover reheats or…for the most time-poor among us, adding GrubHub to your phone’s speed-dial.
Not only is it cheaper to make your own sanitizing solutions, but with the recent FDA news that some hand sanitizers can be toxic, it’s a smart idea as well.
Making hand sanitizer and household cleaning products is easier than you might think. In addition to using inexpensive ingredients, these recipes can be adjusted to suit your particular needs.
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Gyms are reopening across America, but many people hesitate to return. If you got into the living room fitness craze during the shutdown, you might decide to make your home gym a more permanent structure instead of renewing your membership.
Small kitchen appliances are every cook’s best friend. They can make everyday cooking tasks faster and easier to do.
But many kitchen appliances are also notorious space hogs.
Sure, you can push them back in a corner of your countertop or even inside one of your kitchen cupboards, but what if you have a small kitchen?