Latest digests
3 savvy ways to save at the movies
The first step to becoming a fashionista -savvy budget this year is to have a mindset that you are going to be smart in your choices. Think twice before buying anything and do not be impulsive. Remember, self-control is a sign of maturity and that it will definitely save you tons of money.

deter attention-seeking behavior
Even after the individual has escaped their addiction, they can still be influenced by their addictive personality. This is why one of the goals when people become sober is to begin to overcome these character flaws. If the person fails to do so, they will find that inappropriate actions such as attention seeking behavior will continue to get them into trouble. People will not be able to overcome their negative personality traits night, but slowly over time, they will be able to notching. ...


one-bowl pumpkin chocolate chip cookie bars
If you are not a fan of pumpkin, feel free to use butternut squash or sweet potato puree. These bars are on the thin side, so if you prefer something a little thicker use of a baking dish square of 6 to 8 inches (although the cooking time may vary). I prefer to add my chocolate chip bars, but the dried fruit and nuts are delicious. One of my favorite combinations is to replace the chocolate chips with 1/4 cup chopped pecans and 2 tablespoons finely chopped cranberries.

benefits of soaking feet in epsom salt
Yes, Epsom salt soak can make images of the old great aunt soak his feet to onion - bound, but it is a remedy whose effectiveness can not be reduced. Epsom salt is composed of magnesium and sulfate, which have an amazing range of health and beauty benefits. Soak the salt is a lost art that the time has come for revival. But beyond the traditional bath of Epsom salt, inexpensive ingredient can be put to splendid advantage in a number of other ways as well. Getting started:

does the rate on a savings bond fluctuate with the market
Series EE savings bonds issued on or after May 1, 2005, offer a fixed interest rate for up to 30 years. The Treasury sets a new fixed rate every six months, in May and November. EE bonds issued between May 1997 and April 2005, have a variable rate that changes every six months. The annual interest rate on new bonds in EE at the time of writing is rather puny 0. 20 per cent compounded twice a year and added to the value of the monthly connection. When setting a new rate, the Treasury begins...


328.1296ms