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How to make DIY mason jar candles

DIY:: Mason Jar Candles

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Pinch those Pennies: 50 Tips to Be Frugal! - I read some, there are a LOT of good ideas!!

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Save $400/mo with these 98 Tips

72 ways to cut your spending by $400 a month and save $4000 a year...Pin now, read later, cause this list is FULL of great ideas!!

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#11. Use spray paint to make easy wall art! -- 29 Cool Spray Paint Ideas That Will Save You A Ton Of Money

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31 Insanely Easy And Clever DIY Projects

It's funny how much money we spend on stuff we can make ourselves. - I present 31 incredibly easy and clever DIY projects...

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1 per kid. so cute!

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Trick Yourself into Saving Money

Ways to help you #save #money. Love the idea of getting rid of your debit card, making it inconvenient to just go out and buy something, forcing you to live off cash!

saving your $5 bills throughout the year, i like this idea :) the five-dollar savings plan. It goes like this: Every time you find yourself with a five-dollar bill in your possession, you set it aside instead of spending it. At the end of the year, you use the money you've saved for either a big purchase or to do something you wouldn't normally spend the money to do. Love this. I'm doing this 2013

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Use Aluminum Foil as Dryer Sheet

Save Money! Never Have To Buy A Dryer Sheet AGAIN! Best part you can use the same ball of foil for 6 months..

I like this idea. Start the year with an empty jar and fill it with notes about good things that happen. Then, on New Years Eve, empty it and see what awesome stuff happened that year. Good way to keep things in perspective.

Use this tutorial to add light and life to any room with a charming and functional Mason Jar Chandelier!

A goal for 2014 for many people is to START a SAVINGS! Sometimes it can be difficult to start saving money as you might not know how much you need to save each month, or feel you cannot work it into your budget. Try a different and easy approach to tackling your savings goals by doing this 52-Week Money Challenge. You begin with $1, and each week add $1 to the amount you are saving (Example: week 1 save $1, week 2 save $2, etc.). By the end of the year, you'll have $1,378!