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Old Posted: 05-09-2011 , 07:55 PM #226
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I don't think these have appeared already. Forgive me if they have.

Brillo pads - some jobs don't need full Brillo Pads, cut them in half.

Bread heels - my family still don't always eat them. Make breadcrumbs with the heels, and freeze to make stuffing another day.
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Old Posted: 07-09-2011 , 10:04 AM #227
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Make breadcrumbs with the heels, ...

I do the same:) I even share what I have with my family and friends:)

Plus, no one mentioned survey panels yet. I'm member of Irish Opinions (http://www.irishopinions.com). They pay usualy 0,50 - 2,00 per survey. When you reach 10 you can claim your rewards (e.g. Tesco 10 gift card, or 9 amazon code).

I usualy use these to vouchers, because I buy my main groceries in tesco and amazon because when you spend atleast 25 you have free shipping, so 3x codes from Irishi Opinions and you have your online shopping for free:)

There are some other survey panels (e.g. toluna) but you have to reach some high amount of stupid points there (60.000 or something) and it's not worth it, because some surveys (for 3000) should take you app. 5min when it actualy takes 20 :]

A small tip for these who are interested in online surveys: when you participate in a survey usualy one of the first questions is: which brands you're aware of? It's better to know less in the beggining ;)
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Old Posted: 13-09-2011 , 01:05 AM #228
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If like me your weakness is buying magazines especially house or craft magazines etc stop and check out this site instead.

http://pinterest.com/ this site is where everyone pins the favourite pictures or articles online everything from art and crafts to home to garden and much more! just type in what area you looking for ie ideas for childrens rooms and wola or you can just scroll through pages of everything.

*warning* this site is very addictive! :)
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Old Posted: 13-09-2011 , 07:23 PM #229
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*warning* this site is very addictive! :)

Too late!! I've been hooked on this site for a while now, there is so much to see.
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Old Posted: 15-09-2011 , 09:13 AM #230
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TESCO have changed their money back and keep item policy.....I found it confusing at first......
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Old Posted: 26-09-2011 , 11:01 PM #231
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*warning* this site is very addictive! :)

Glad to see I'm not the only one who's addicted to this site, I love some of the gardening idea - great recycling photos.
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Old Posted: 26-09-2011 , 11:39 PM #232
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I know I have to limit myself to looking at only one page a day otherwise the day is gone! :P
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Old Posted: 02-10-2011 , 04:37 PM #233
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http://finesavings.blogspot.com/
few tips
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Old Posted: 12-07-2012 , 02:23 PM #234
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Work out a budget before going shopping. Take all necessary payments out and work on what is left. If there is something you need put a little by each week and save for it. To work out how much to put by you need to know when you need the item and divide this time by how much you need to save each week/month. When shopping it is important to ask yourself: do I want this or do I need it. When every penny/cent counts this is just as important as finding ways to save energy etc.
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Old Posted: 26-12-2013 , 06:21 AM #235
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Swillyfuels top-notch online supplier of home heating oil in Donegal and around area at very affordable cost with instant and free home delivery.
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Old Posted: 17-02-2014 , 08:40 PM #236
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Has anybody posted this link, mydealpage.ie
Great site for all discount sites,cheap holidays,breaks,meals/days out, household items, etc.
Customise it yourself for ur area, I'm addicted.
Tip, dont just sign up to Cork if thats where u live, add in Kerry,Limerick etc.
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Old Posted: 18-02-2014 , 08:25 AM #237
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your mention site is awesome that has great discount and all product is so nice one thanks for sharing i just place order for Brow Thread and Tint
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Old Posted: 18-02-2014 , 08:32 AM #238
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thanks you so much your long-lasting tips points are so useful thanks for sharing
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