Reading Books on the Cheap

Kindle Latest Gen retrofit for the M-Edge Guardian Case

Seems that lately my co-workers have caught the reading bug – probably from the new wave of Kindles and Nooks coming out.  We sometimes compare notes on our favorites during lunch.  Last week, one of my co-workers confessed she was spending about $50 a month on books, to which we all gasped and [CLICK TO CONTINUE…]

My Credit Union Started Charging a Monthly Fee

The National Bank, Oamaru, built 1871: a prostyle Palladian portico on a neoclassical facade (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Back in July 2010 my credit union began charging a monthly fee.  They would charge $5 and credit my account $2 so the final cost was $3.  This went on for about a year and then [CLICK TO CONTINUE…]

My New 9 Drawer Dresser Made from Real Wood

9 Drawer Dresser Made from Real Wood

If you’ve been reading my blog for any length of time you know I’m much too frugal to buy a brand new real wood dresser.   I did some checking at Amazon and Overstock.com and found that real wood dressers are selling in the $500 to $1000 range.  This gorgeous dresser was sitting [CLICK TO CONTINUE…]

Pixlr Editor is a Free Online Photo Editor Very Similar to Photoshop

Arizona Sunset

A couple of weekends ago my computer got infected with a virus and my son the computer technician battled with it for awhile but finally told me it would be more thorough and effective to simply replace my hard drive.  Cost effective to his way of thinking, since he was volunteering his free time [CLICK TO CONTINUE…]

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