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What Is The Buy Nothing Project?

Imagine a world where we didn’t have to pay for anything. Imagine if we only had to buy what we really need to and the rest we could share around. Imagine if we got back to basics and rediscovered what real community was.

If you haven’t heard of the Buy Nothing Project yet, you’re in for a treat. It is an initiative that is growing in popularity by the day. It is changing the way that we do things.

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How To Listen To Audiobooks For Free

Wanting to listen to audiobooks but can’t justify the cost? This is where the library apps come in. These are fabulous and free. My husband stumbled across them one day. He was trying to find a savvy way of listening to audiobooks. He didn’t need to buy them, simply wanted to borrow.He discovered two apps that he could download for free, to listen to audiobooks for free. It wasn’t just audiobooks. He could borrow eBooks and magazines too.

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Unsponsored Thermomix Review

So you’re thinking about buying a Thermomix. You do some searching online and find a bunch of amazing reviews. You see influencers chatting about their Thermomix and raving about how great it is. You see social media pages and vlogs from consultants who assure you that it’s a purchase that you won’t regret.
It puts your mind at ease. You can see that it’s an amazing machine. After all, if everyone is saying that, it must be true, right?
This is where reviews can be tricky. How do you know which ones are legit? Which ones are unbiased?

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What is VACSWIM?

VACSWIM is South Australia’s summer holiday swimming program. Since the 1950s, VACSWIM has played an integral part in teaching swimming

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How To Afford A Thermomix

After recently purchasing a Thermomix after years of indecision, I look back and wish I hadn’t taken so dang long. It has gotten me thinking. A product costing just over AU $2300 is not accessible to everybody. In fact, it is just out of reach for some people.
If you are struggling with the rising cost of living at the moment, you’ll know that every dollar counts. Groceries can hard to keep under budget. I know that I am finding it extra difficult. Investing in an appliance like a Thermomix might cost more upfront but can save money in the long term. Here are four ways to afford a Thermomix:

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WeMoney Review

Melanie Wegener Have you heard of WeMoney? It’s a free finance app which was only released to the public for

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