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Jill Cooper
10/29/2012
Leftover Halloween Candy Tips Here are some tips for using all of that extra Halloween candy... More >>

Tags: BudgetChristmasFrugalHalloweenHolidaysJill CooperLeftoversRecipesSimple SavingsStay-at-Home MomTawra KellamTrick-or-treating
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07/02/2012
Cleaning Tips to Save Time and Money Here are some quick tips to save time and energy by changing your habits... More >>

Tags: BudgetHealthJill CooperKidsParentingSimple SavingsStay-at-Home MomTawra Kellam
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03/19/2012
Is Extreme Couponing Worth It? "I recently saw a special on the TLC cable channel called "Extreme Couponing" where people use coupons to stockpile grocery items, which they get nearly for free. I would love to hear your thoughts about it." More >>

Tags: BudgetCouponsFinancesfrugalJill CooperSimple SavingsStay-at-Home MomTawra Kellam
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01/23/2012
Save Money On Paper Towels - How To Cut Up Rags One great way to save money on paper towels is to use rags more frequently. In this article, I'll briefly describe how to cut rags to get the most efficient use out of them. More >>

Tags: BudgetFinancesfrugalJill CooperSimple SavingsStay-at-Home MomTawra Kellam
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10/17/2011
How to Roast and Use Pumpkins! Peter Piper Picked a Profoundly Plump Pumpkin -- Now what does he do with it?

How to Roast a Pumpkin : You can only do this with a freshly carved pumpkin! Do not use on a pumpkin that has been carved and sitting out for several days. More >>

Tags: BudgetJill CooperSimple SavingsStay-at-Home MomTawra Kellam
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10/03/2011
Feeding a Family for $400 a Month? Tawra Kellam, editor of LivingOnADime.com , does something that most people think they can't do today. She feeds her family of 6 for $400 a month. Most people say that's an impossible feat but what's even more impressive is that she does it without using coupons. More >>

Tags: BudgetfrugalJill CooperSimple SavingsStay-at-Home MomTawra Kellam
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02/07/2011
IconIt's almost Valentine's Day! Today we're including a menu for a romantic candlelight dinner for two (or if you can't find a babysitter, for 4, 5, or 6). More >>

Tags: BudgetHolidaysJill CooperSimple SavingsStay-at-Home MomTawra KellamValentine's Day
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08/15/2010
IconAs a divorced mother of two, I started my own home business without any capital and paid off $35,000 debt in 5 years on $1,000 a month income. I am often asked what are the top lessons I would give a family or even a single person who is dealing with a tight budget. Here are my top tips for living on a small income.  More >>

Tags: Character, Courage, ConscienceCharacter-Courage-ConscienceChildrenFinancesJill CooperMorals, Ethics, ValuesParentingSimple SavingsStay-at-Home MomTight BudgetValues
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07/23/2010
IconWe get so many questions about how to make homemade bread, so I thought I would try to answer just a few of them today. Don't let all this information make it seem too involved and scare you away from making bread. Once you get used to it, it really isn't a whole lot harder than baking a cake. Just read the information and then follow the recipe step by step. More >>

Tags: BudgetCliff EnnicoJill CooperMotherhoodMotherhood-FatherhoodRecipeRecipesSimple SavingsStay-at-Home MomTawra KellamWork from Home
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05/13/2010
IconIn a recent radio interview, I discussed the issue of "webtribution," a term coined by Elizabeth Bernstein in The Wall Street Journal to describe people who use the Internet to get revenge - i.e., publicly to hurt another human being with whom they are not happy.The Internet is anonymous, immediate, and gratifying in the moment.' In human history, vengeance is not unfamiliar - people haven't changed that much.' Their means of delivering pain has evolved from poison, duels, clever rumors, and Machiavellian manipulation to the world wide web.' In some ways, damaging someone's reputation is akin to murdering them, as their reputation is devastated world-wide and forever, making it difficult for them to function in private relationships as well as in the community and at work.To quote The Wall Street Journal: "Most of us have heard of someone posting naked photos of an 'ex' online.' Or writing nasty reviews for a restaurant or book, not because they dislike the product, but because they dislike the person who created it.' Or signing up an acquaintance for [unwanted] e-mail advertising lists." My opinion is that it should be illegal, as it is immoral, to post information or opinion about people without identifying yourself.' Obviously, it is also cowardly.' Google and all other such carriers should not permit anonymity.' That would immediately change the complexion of what is posted, and I don't think they'd lose business, except from those who use the Internet for evil (terrorists of the international and interpersonal kind). More >>

Tags: BehaviorCharacterCharacter, Courage, ConscienceCharacter-Courage-ConscienceCivilityEthicsInternetInternet-MediaInternet/MediaJill CooperMoralsMorals, Ethics, ValuesSimple SavingsSocial IssuesSocial NetworkingStay-at-Home MomValues
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