Seven tips for happy homemaking
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One of the surest ways to save money is to institute a waiting period on purchases. Did you find a pair of shoes or throw pillows on sale for a killer deal but can’t decide whether to purchase them? Wait a day (or two) before buying. Often, the thrill of the find will pass, and you’ll realize you didn’t need the item, anyway. If you can’t stop thinking about the goods after a few days, head back to the store and buy with confidence — as long as it’s in the budget, of course.
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