Scordo’s Link Round Up: 20 Ways to Waste Money, Go Paperless, Saving Rates

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Even though the process is simple, there are some tips and tricks you can use to help you avoid mistakes and make a better beer. In today’s post I’m going to walk you through the process of starting your first extract beer from the initial boil to the final addition to the fermentation bucket. Once you put the beer in the fermentation bucket it’s essentially out of your hands and your yeast will be doing all of the work.
You already pay your bills online and get electronic statements, but there are even more ways you can stop killing innocent trees and wasting time and money dealing with paper. It’s time we went paperless.
These small drips can add up to big bucks. Once you find the holes and plug them, you’ll keep more money in your pocket. That spare cash could be the ticket to finally being able to save, invest, or break your cycle of living paycheck to paycheck.
I’ve been wondering when this slump will end — I’m not just talking about the economy and the stock market; I’m actually referring to the low interest rates we’ve been experiencing. Not that it’s a bad thing…. it’s only tough if you’re a saver and are keeping your funds in safe bank accounts.
Julia was the person who told this latchkey 9-year-old that he could make a pie. I turned off the TV that afternoon, and made that pie and have been cooking since.  And she continues that work, not in the form of the dump-and-stir programs on the Food Network and PBS but in the multitude of food bloggers out there, who are actually cooking and sharing their stories and photographs and their recipes and most of all their passion.  We are not seeing the end of home cooking.  I believe we have just begun to cook, and not a moment too soon.

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