Putting the Lids on This Week's Tip Jars: April 4, 2014

By Shannon Hanrahan  •  April 04, 2014

HAPPY WEEKEND EVERYONE! We hope that you all had a fantastic week and that it flew by as quickly for you as it did for us! We are getting prepared for some exciting initiatives here in the office that will be taking place in a couple of weeks, so look forward to hearing about those! In addition, we have some awesome spring deals this weekend, so be sure to check out our Facebook page for all of the latest updates. As always have a wonderful weekend!




After a long, cold winter, it is time to treat your skin to a little tender, love, and care. Hydrate your skin with a DIY avocado facemask. All you have to do is mash up 1 ripe avocado and then mix it with 1 egg white and 1tsp of lemon juice. When you are ready, apply the mixture to your face and leave it on for about 20 minutes. This mask will nourish and hydrate without causing any irritation.




One of the best parts about spring is spending time outside and watching all of the colors start popping up all around your house and garden. Instead of purchasing new ceramic pots for your house, use old soda bottles. Cut the top 2/3 off of a 2 Liter soda bottle, and fill the remaining piece with a layer of gravel and a layer of dirt. You can even decorate your new pot with paint and markers to fit its surrounding!




 Ringtones are expensive, and it adds up quickly when there are constantly new and better songs coming out. Instead of always downloading new ringtones, when you hear a new song you like, record it on your phone. Then you can set those recorded sounds as your ringtones or other notifications. This way you can change your tones as often as you want and won’t have to pay every single time.




There are so many expenses when it comes to moving so don’t make suitcases one of them. The biggest inconvenience when you are moving, whether it is down the street or across the country, is time. Instead of buying more suitcases to pack all of your clothes up, just keep them on their hangers and wrap trash bags around a few bunches of hangers. Not only does this save you money, but it will also save you time packing and unpacking.




Making your own dusting polish is a great way to shave off a few dollars from your grocery list and keep your home all-natural.  Like so many of the at home cleaners that we have highlighted, vinegar is a part of this spray. Mix together 1 cup of white vinegar, ½ teaspoon of olive oil, and 3 cups of water. To give it that fresh citrus scent, add a few drops of lemon juice. Just use a microfiber cloth with the spray to clean around your house!


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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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