It's spring so its time to think about planting for the summer harvest.
Savings & Investment
This week's living off the smell of an oily rag report is about a "B" word, bulk.
With the emissions trading scheme now forcing up power prices, we thought it timely to remind readers about the many ways to save electricity costs.
Infants have the distinction of being expensive at both end of the plumbing system, so in true oily-rag pioneering spirit the Oily Rag Research Department has ventured into the vexed question of "disposable vs washable nappies?"
We reckon with a little bit of planning oily raggers can avoid the Christmas panic and take the pain out of your purse. Here are some tips from readers.
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From the authors of Living off the Smell of an Oily Rag in NZ
Those living off the smell of an oily rag are usually keen gardeners, because fresh is best and it's a great way to save money. So let's head off into the oily rag garden, just to show it's never too cold to go gardening!
t's great to see retailers are catching on to the oily rag way of doing things by being prepared to haggle over price. The truth is the retail price on big ticket items is always negotiable, but you need to ask.