Loofah Sponge
How to Grow Loofah Sponges
By Erin Huffstetler | 01/12/2013 | No Comments
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When I got back from dropping my kids off this morning, I noticed that my loofah sponge vines had finally had it. Woo hoo! Time to harvest the loofahs! I raced in the house for a sharp pair of scissors, and got busy cutting them off their vines. Every time I thought I had gotten...

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Le Creuset Pot
Rummage Sale Gold
By Erin Huffstetler | 01/11/2013 | 2 Comments
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I hit my favorite church rummage sale this morning, and man did I score big. I scooped up this Le Creuset enameled-steel pot for just a buck! Can’t wait to see what they’ll have next month.

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Sock Box
Do You Have a Sock Box?
By Erin Huffstetler | 01/10/2013 | No Comments
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Socks – they should go from your feet to the wash and back into your drawer again, but so many seem to go missing along the way – shoved under beds, left inside shoes, separated into different wash loads – there’s just no reigning those socks in, so don’t even try!

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Free Lotions and Potions
Free Christmas 2012
By Erin Huffstetler | 12/25/2012 | 1 Comment
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For years, I’ve done Christmas for under $100, but this year, I’ve decided to do Christmas for free. That’s free Christmas gifts, free wrapping supplies and as much of the food for free as I’m able to swing (I’ll have a bunch of out-of-town guests to feed, so that’s a bit trickier).

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Private Selection Food
Free Christmas 2012: The Food
By Erin Huffstetler | 12/24/2012 | No Comments
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Everyone’s coming to my house for Christmas this year (and staying for several days), but I’m determined to do as much of the food as I can for free. Here’s what I’ve scored so far:

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