Uses for Baking Pans?


If you have baking pans of any kind that have seen better days, and you just can’t get rid of the rust, what are some other ways that you can make use of them? We look forward to hearing your best ideas. Thanks, as always, for being a Tip Hero!

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18 Easy Ways to Get Rid of Your Pimples


Frustrated with stubborn pimples that just won’t go away? The solution may not be pricey acne medication. The answer you’re looking for could be right in your own home. Check out 18 ways to wage war on and defeat pimples: 
Thanks to BuzzFeed Video for the tips!

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Who Will Give You the Most Money for Your Old Phone


As we told you last week, the new iPhone is on the way! And whether or not you’re looking to buy the latest and greatest, the sooner you can sell your old iPhone, the more money you’re likely to make. Unsure of where to sell your phone to get the most return? The Wall Street ... read more

What Are Your Best Ideas for Low-Cost Wedding Favors?


Favors can be a fun way to thank guests for coming to weddings or parties, but depending on the size of the party and the quality of the favors, things can get pricey quickly. What are some of your best ideas for great, memorable favors without a large price tag? Share your thoughts with us ... read more

Website of the Week: RepairPal


When you need to get your car repaired, how confident do you feel about the fairness of the quote you receive for the cost of parts and labor? If you’re not really sure if you’re getting a fair deal, there’s a website that you should know about. It’s called RepairPal: Over at RepairPal, you can ... read more

What NOT to Buy in September


There are a lot of great deals to be found in November, but there are also a lot of duds out there. Here are the buys that you should stay far away from, if you can help it, in the month of September. Fall Clothing While fall clothing is a need of most shoppers, you’re ... read more

My Frugal Story: Shell

How did you first become interested in saving money? When I woke up one morning and found myself 70,000 dollars in debt and consistently digging the hole deeper. We were living on credit cards to support a lifestyle that we could no longer afford. What does being frugal mean to you? Being able to enjoy ... read more

7 Ways Online Degrees Save You Money


College is a necessary, albeit expensive venture. You can significantly increase your lifetime earnings, but you also have to pay a lot of money up front. The best way to offset the costs of a higher education is to find the most reputable program at the most reasonable price. By choosing to pursue an online ... read more

How to Make the Best Unexpected Steak Sauce


One of my favorite dishes to make, especially in the fall, is a chicken and sweet potato slow cooker meal I found over on Busy Cooks. And one of the best things about the meal is that it uses peach or apricot jam or preservatives in the sauce. Spoiler alert: it tastes absolutely divine. So ... read more