Putting the Lids on This Week's Tip Jars: March 28, 2014

By Shannon Hanrahan  •  March 28, 2014

Happy Friday Everyone! It has been a busy week here in the office, and we are excited that the weekend is finally here. Hopefully you all have something fun planned or at least will have a relaxing weekend to unwind. We can't believe that it is almost April and already two weeks into spring. What are you looking forward to most next month? Any exciting plans! Hopefully we will be able to help you save on all of your springtime adventures.



Getting your haircut is a luxury. Some would probably argue against that, but the truth is that most of us like going to the salon and coming out with beautiful locks. If you are in the need of a quick trim to fix your bangs or end, invest in a good pair of shears and learn the basics of trimming. It will save you the $40 plus that a haircut costs.



Sponges are just one of those things that you never really think about cleaning once they get dirty because they're not very expensive. Well this little trick will keep your sponges clean and smelling fresh! Just pour a little lemon juice in a bowl with some water and soak the sponge. Then put the bowl in the microwave on high for 1 minute. Remove your sponge, and you will be ready to go.



Spring is the perfect time to clear out the house and cleanse what you don't need or use any longer. Host a yard sale with your neighbors to combine forces and bring in a bigger crowd. Not only will you be clearing out the house, but you can also make some money! It is a win-win situation for everyone.



It is inevitable that you will get stains around the house or on your clothes whether you have pets, children, or are just a tab bit clumsy. Instead of running to the store, grab some items your probably already have in your bathroom or medicine cabinet. Mix one part hydrogen peroxide, 1 part baking soda, and 2 parts water in a spray bottle. Always test on a small patch first, but otherwise you should be good to go with this all-natural stain remover.




How often do you think about cleaning your refrigerator coils? By cleaning the coils you will be allowing it to run better, therefore costing you less money. This will hopefully save on your monthly electric bill and keep more money in your pocket. It might take an extra hand and some time, but the cleaning process is not too difficult. Pull your fridge out from the wall and find the coils. Once you have found everything, it is time to vacuum away the dust and dirt. You can even clean your coils with a little bit of soap and water if you want it to be extra clean. Try and do this once a year to keep your fridge running efficiently!


Have a wonderful and safe weekend!

xoxo Team Promotional Codes

Shannon Hanrahan Shannon Hanrahan Shannon is a LA transplant from Philadelphia and a social media junkie. When she is not Pinteresting or Instagraming away, she enjoys eating dessert first, traveling to new places, and being a self-proclaimed DIY expert (aka HGTV addict).

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