Monthly Archives: December 2011
Local and worldwide thrifting resources: Freecycle is a grassroots world wide organization that helps people exchange used items at no cost. You can locate a group in your community and join, then participate by offering items or find items you can … Continue reading
Now that you’ve saved all kinds of money shopping at thrift stores and recycling your things– why not go the extra mile and try making your own laundry soap? It’s really quite easy and cost effective– coming in at just … Continue reading
Is The Pawn Shop The New Spot For Holiday Shopping? « CBS Detroit. I found this article yesterday while browsing online. I’m a big fan of shopping at the pawn shop. A few years ago I found a beautiful ring … Continue reading
Lavender Frosted Cupcakes. You have got to check out this yummy blog post. The lay-out is amazing and the look of the actual cupcakes is divine. Definitely this is a fabulous holiday treat. Cheers!
How to Spend $10 for What You Wear Every Day from wikiHow – The How to Manual That You Can Edit The average woman spends $2000 a year on clothes. Here’s how you can spend less and dress better than the … Continue reading
mini apple pies.
Open Knit Scarf – Forever 21 – $9.50 Knit Gloves w/ faux fur – Forever 21 – $10.80 Frayed Color Block Scarf – Forever 21 – $10.80 Open Knit Beret – Forever 21 – 2/$10 Embossed Faux Crocodile Clutch – … Continue reading
Okay, so you’ve had 11 months to plan for it– but doesn’t Christmas just seem to sneak up on everyone? Who is ever ready? Here are a few quick tips to be ready for any gift-giving event! Makes Lists & … Continue reading