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Score a sizzling hot deal on this red T-Fal cookware set at Macy’s. Regularly $259.99, this 16-piece set is on sale for just $69.99.

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Get rid of the white film in a slow cooker with baking soda and dish soap, then start using crockpot liners.

Have a stubborn white film in your crockpot that won’t come off in a regular washing? Here’s a solution: add about three tablespoons of baking soda and a few drops of dish soap to your pot and fill it up with water. Turn your slow cooker on low for a few hours. Then, pour out the water and use a non-abrasive sponge and a bit more baking soda to scrub away the film. Rinse, and your slow cooker should look like new!

To keep another white film from forming, consider using crockpot liners every time you cook. They’ll cost you about $4 per 6-pack, but they’ll save you the hassle of soaking and scrubbing.

Or, line your slow cooker in foil for easy cleanup and even cooking.

There are a lot of easy slow cooker recipes for bread out there, but if you find that the food you cook in your slow cooker tends to be more crisp on the edges than you’d like, try lining the inside with foil if you don’t already have crockpot liners. Foil will help distribute heat evenly and make cleanup a breeze.

Create a crockpot divider with foil to use one slow cooker for two dips or recipes.

Slow cooker dips are the best! Why limit yourself to one crockpot recipe at a time? Use heavy-duty foil to create a crockpot divider across your slow cooker. Then use a slow cooker liner to keep two different dips separated.

Convert any recipe to an easy slow cooker recipe.

You may have to adjust the amount of liquid called for in the recipe (like adding 1/2 cup water or broth if no liquid is called for), but otherwise, converting a conventional-cooking recipe to an easy slow cooker recipe is simple. Just use the guide above.

You may also be wondering what temperature is low on a slow cooker, and what temperature is high. The answer varies according to your model, but you can generally expect the low setting to heat your slow cooker to 170-190 degrees Fahrenheit over several hours. Setting your crockpot to high is the equivalent to 280-300 degrees.

Also, if you’re making a stew or soup, just be sure to add the veggies in first and place the meat on top. You’ll never wonder how to use a crockpot for a normal recipe again!

Keep the lid on your slow cooker while it’s in use.

Did you know that every time you take off the lid to stir or sniff what’s inside your slow cooker that the temperature drops dramatically? It can take up to half an hour to get the temp up again! Only open if you absolutely must!

Brown your crockpot roast on the stove beforehand for more flavor.

Although you can fully cook your crockpot roast in a slow cooker, searing meats first will give your dish a richer flavor. The seared pieces help hold in juices, and any extra fatty parts crisp up nicely.

7. Melt and keep chocolate melted for dipping and baking.

Fill mason jars with chocolate chips and other candy melts. Then, fill your slow cooker halfway with hot water and set to high.

After about 30 minutes (uncovered), give the chocolate a stir. If the chocolate is fully melted, set your slow cooker to low, and the chocolate should stay melted for a couple of hours.

Just make sure not to cover your slow cooker — any water or moisture that gets into the chocolate will cause it to seize.

Chocolate slow cooker dips are always a hit!

8. Cook the main dish and sides at the same time by wrapping individual foods in foil.

Ever wondered how to use a slow cooker for multiple things at once? Making a roast, and want potatoes not soaked in the juices as a side? Wrap the seasoned roast and potatoes individually, and the flavors will stay separate.

9. Use your slow cooker to keep food (like mashed potatoes) warm on Thanksgiving.

Free up your burners with one of the easiest slow cooker hacks, and remember to stir your potatoes at least once every half hour.

10. Warm tortillas on top of your slow cooker.

Instead of a lid, place a glass baking tray on top of your slow cooker — preferably one that’s filled with some chili con carne or another tortilla-ready dish. Put your tortillas inside the glass dish a few minutes before serving and they’ll be ready along with your slow-cooker meal!

11. Melt down wax and add wicks to make your own crockpot candles.

This is one of my favorite crockpot ideas, and the finished product is perfect for gift giving! These crockpot candles are easy to create.

What you’ll need

What you’ll do

  1. Fill mason jars with wax and place in your slow cooker.
  2. Slowly pour boiling water around the jars until the mason jars are halfway submerged.
  3. Cover and turn your slow cooker on high.
  4. Depending on the size of the jars you use and amount of wax, you should be able to stir the wax after about 45 minutes. You’ll notice your jars will only be halfway full now. Refill jars with more wax beads and cover your slow cooker for another 45 minutes to an hour or until all the wax has melted.
  5. Insert wicks, carefully remove the jars from your slow cooker, drop in essential oils if you wish (8-15 drops should do), and let them cool completely at room temperature.

TIP: Use a clothespin or even the clip on a pen or mechanical pencil to keep the wick centered while your candle wax solidifies.

12. Use broken crayons to make DIY crockpot crayons.

Melt down all those broken crayon bits in a slow cooker and have kids reuse them, or give them away as gifts. Use little Dixie cups, fun silicone baking shapes or even empty toilet paper tubes as molds!

What you’ll need

  • broken crayons
  • molds
  1. Remove the paper wrapper from broken crayon bits and place them in molds.
  2. Set your molds in an empty slow cooker and turn the heat on high.
  3. Depending on the size of your mold, check back every 20 minutes or so until all the crayon wax is melted.
  4. Turn your slow cooker off and allow the wax to harden a bit before carefully removing the molds.
  5. Cool crayons completely before using.

13. Catch unwanted condensation with a towel placed under your slow cooker lid.

This works especially well for Crockpot bread recipes.

14. Make your home smell good by using your slow cooker as a potpourri warmer.

THIS is how to use a crockpot during the holidays! Boil cinnamon sticks, apple peels, orange rinds, whole cloves, cranberries, and other delicious-smelling ingredients in water.

15. Make your own crockpot yogurt with just two ingredients.

It also makes a great slow cooker dip for fruits! Just let the yogurt cool first.

What you’ll need

  • 1 gallon milk (I use whole because the more fat in the milk, the thicker it will be)
  • 8 ounces of plain yogurt (you can also use Greek) with live cultures — just look on the ingredient list

What you’ll do

  1. Pour all the milk into a slow cooker, cover, and place on high.
  2. Keep slow cooker on high for about four hours until milk reaches 180 degrees (use a candy thermometer to check temperature).
  3. Once milk reaches 180 degrees, turn the slow cooker off, uncover slightly to let the heat escape, and let it cool to 120 degrees (usually takes about 2 hours).
  4. While the dairy mixture cools, take out your yogurt (called a “starter”) and let it get to room temperature.
  5. Once the temperature of the milk is 120 degrees, gently add your yogurt and swirl it around with a whisk until combined.
  6. Now, preheat your oven to 200 degrees. Once it’s preheated, turn the oven off (make sure you turn the oven off!), but leave the oven light on. This will keep the temperature optimal while the cultures are doing their thing and making yogurt magic.
  7. Place the covered pot in the oven and leave it alone, undisturbed, for 8-12 hours. The longer you leave it in the oven, the more tang the yogurt will have. I usually leave mine for 10-11 hours.
  8. After it’s done making magic in the oven, gently place the pot in the refrigerator to cool for a few hours.

Enjoy your homemade goodness!

16. Use a slow cooker as a makeshift humidifier.

Using multiple slow cookers as humidifiers throughout the house works like a charm when you’re feeling under the weather and don’t already have a humidifier!

Fill your slow cooker about three-quarters of the way up with water, cover, and turn the setting on high. After about an hour, let the moisture escape into the air. Make sure to refill the pot with room-temperature water as needed — and don’t let the pot run when there’s nothing in it.

17. Avoid overcooking with a light timer.

An appliance timer costs about $11 for two on Amazon and can assist you with your slow-cooking adventures if your crockpot doesn’t already have a built-in timer.

18. Clean the liner of your slow cooker with ammonia.

Despite our best efforts, the slow cooker itself (under the removable stoneware) can get pretty gross. It’s also not dishwasher safe. Solution? Fill a small baking dish with ammonia and set it in the liner of your slow cooker. Then simply pop the lid on and leave it overnight. You don’t even need to turn your slow cooker on! The ammonia fumes will loosen the gross stuff, and you can simply wipe it up in the morning.

1. Become a pet sitter and make up to $800 per month with Rover.

If you love pets, become a dog host with Rover. Set your own rates and choose which breeds you’ll accept.

You can choose whether you’re available to watch dogs during the day, for overnight boarding — or both! You can also do house visits and take them for walks while their owners are out!

Rover includes premium pet insurance and 24/7 customer care if you happen to run into any issues. Talk about a flexible way to earn money when you’re at home. Note that Rover takes a 20% service fee, so if you work enough to earn $1000, you will receive $800.

2. Download Paribus and they’ll help you get a price adjustment.

I love Paribus. It works by tracking your shopping at select online retailers for you. If you buy something that drops in price within a specific time frame, then Paribus alerts you and helps you request a refund.

It doesn’t work for all stores, and everything is subject to a store’s individual policy regarding refunds when they change the price of something you’ve bought.

Paribus compensates us when you sign up for Paribus using the links provided.

Clear out some clutter and earn Amazon gift cards with Amazon Trade-In.

With Amazon Trade-In you can send in your old Amazon devices and electronics, plus non-Amazon video games, gaming consoles, and cell phones in exchange for Amazon gift cards.

You’ll need to enter in your item and its condition via the Amazon Trade-In site. Then Amazon will email you a shipping label so that you can send in your items free. When Amazon receives your package, it can take up to 10 business days to process.

Once they’ve verified your item and its condition, they’ll post a credit to your Amazon account that you can use on anything Amazon sells!

For example, you could get $75 for Apple AirPods Pro! Totally worth it.

5. Earn a part-time income buying and selling used books with BookScouter.

I met a guy who literally makes $12,000 per year selling books.

If you’re up for taking your kids on book-finding treasure hunts with your BookScouter mobile app, this could be a great way to make easy money at home! BookScouter helps connect you to over 30 vendors who regularly buy and sell books (including those expensive textbooks), so you can pick which vendor has the best offer.

If you’re looking for an all-in-one company that will buy your books, check out Sell Back Your Book.

Take a minute to try new products or take surveys!

Yes, it’s a way to make easy money at home. No, it’s not a scam. Advertisers pay to have their products tested by normal people like you. Seriously. Moms are a crazy-important demographic and your voice matters!

We don’t recommend all survey apps, but here are a few that we think are legit and perfect ways to make money as a stay-at-home mom.

Rent out a room in your house through Airbnb.

Depending on where you live, what your accommodations are like, how you choose to price your space, and of course, how much demand there is for your digs, you can make anywhere from $200 per week or more for one guest in one room when you list your home on Airbnb.

Nervous about doing this with small kids living with you? You could also rent out your whole house when you’re away on your family vacation.

Complete flexible, remote projects with Appen.

Appen has something for everyone, as long as you’re willing to be detail-oriented. Appen’s clients are companies looking for freelancers to complete tasks and answer short surveys to improve their artificial intelligence products.

As an Appen contributor, you can work on long-term or part-time projects. You might transcribe audio, categorize social media, moderate content, or just draw boxes around images; every project is different and you choose what you’re interested in.

Flex your muscles as an entrepreneur — take on freelance projects through Upwork.

If you’re a writer, tech-savvy, good with people, into accounting, or someone who can design like a boss, there are a lot of freelance gigs that might be just right for you, courtesy of freelance platform Upwork.

Set up your profile (which is basically like a resume), and once you’ve been approved, you can start trying to get work.

Get cash every time someone buys your original photos on Foap.

Want to get your children outdoors? Have an eye for beauty?

Put the two together and you could have success selling your photos on Foap. Companies are always looking for fresh stock photography that doesn’t look like a stock image.

You’ll get paid per download of your image. Yep, you read that right. It means you could sell the same image over and over. Point and shoot, mama!

Foap will take a 50% commission on every download — so if your image sells for $10.00, you’ll make $5.00. Some people have made as much as $2,000 a year in extra income!

Do your online shopping through Rakuten and get cash back on your purchases.

When you sign up with Rakuten you’ll get a $10 bonus when you spend $25. Did you hear that? Free. Money. (Sort of.)

Once you start making purchases, stores you shop at will give Rakuten a commission and then they share it with you! Totally legit and totally easy.

We’re talking popular stores, too! You can get up to 6% back when you shop at WalmartMacy’s, and Sephora, and up to 15% back from Carter’s!

Run errands for other people as a TaskRabbit tasker.

Make deliveries for other people on your own schedule and at your own pace with TaskRabbit. You can choose which tasks you want to take, and you can “nope” the ones you don’t. You could even complete tasks while you’re already out shuttling kids to and from activities!

Sell your crafts on Etsy if you’re artsy.

I know I’m not the first one to recommend this. If you’re crafty and you’ve been talking yourself out of selling your creations on Etsy, let me give you a nudge — just do it!

Keep in mind, you’ll pay three fees: a listing fee, a transaction fee, and a payment-processing fee. You’ll pay $0.20 per listing you publish in the Etsy marketplace.

This gives you four months to sell your item, and once it sells, you’ll pay a 5% transaction fee on the sale price (which doesn’t include cost of shipping) plus the amount you charge for shipping and gift wrapping. After that you’ll pay 3% plus $0.25 for payment processing if you use Etsy Payments.

Get paid to do other people’s laundry through Laundry Care.

It’s really as simple as it sounds. Sign up to be a home-based launderer, and start taking clients in your area. If you enjoy doing laundry and you have good attention to detail, then Laundry Care is one for you.

You’ll be an independent contractor, paid about $20 per bag, and each bag has 2-3 loads of laundry. You will also have to provide all your own detergents, fabric softener, stain treatments, and dryer sheets. To get started, you have to purchase their $100 start kit — but it’s easy money from then on.


Download the Drop app and earn money back just for linking your debit card.

Here’s how to make the magic happen:

  1. Download the Drop app
  2. Link your credit or debit cards
  3. Shop! You can buy groceries, make a Costco run, or even take an Uber!
  4. Redeem your points for Drop rewards

Write an eBook and self-publish using Amazon Kindle Direct Publishing.

Getting published used to be hard; self-publishing used to be expensive. No more.

Once you’ve written your manuscript, simply upload it to Kindle Direct Publishing, set your sale price, and start earning 70% royalty.

It’s free and your eBook shows up next to everything else on Amazon within 24-48 hours. In order to really be a successful self-published author of an eBook, get cozy with social media, because you’ll want to tell everyone you know to go check out your new book on Amazon.com.

Cash in on your academic skills by working with Tutor.com to tutor K-12 students.

If you’re a teacher taking a break to be home with your kiddos, or you just have a lot of smarts in areas like math, science, or foreign languages, Tutor.com is a great way to earn some side cash.

If you’re available to tutor at least 5 hours per week, you can pass a test in your chosen area of expertise, and you’re passionate about education, then check this one out!

The exact pay rate depends on several factors, like difficulty of subject and how many hours you’ve racked up tutoring, but you can expect somewhere between $10.00 and $19.00 an hour.

Have experience as a voice actor? Become a voiceover artist with Bunny Studio.

via National Skill India

If you’ve started a career or gained experience as a voiceover artist, continue from home with Bunny Studio.

Get paid to do what you’re already doing online with InboxDollars or Swagbucks.

Read email, watch videos, browse the internet, or play games online? Make money while you’re at it.

You can earn up to $40 per month with InboxDollars (with a $5 bonus right now!) or $100 per month when you use Swagbucks ($10 bonus right now!).

Give attorneys feedback about cases as an online juror through Online Verdict.

Attorneys used to rely on focus groups and mock trials exclusively when trying to decide whether or not to take a case. Now Online Verdict offers attorneys a chance to get feedback about cases from people like you, while you’re sitting in the comfort of your own home.

Sell your skills on Fiverr and make at least $5 per gig.

Have copywriting or graphic design skills? Know SEO? You can sell just about any skill for at least $5 on Fiverr. Quick, easy, and low commitment.

Join Women for Hire and get access to flexible and remote jobs.

Women For Hire makes it easy for companies to find stellar women to fill vital positions from entry-level to executive leadership using their comprehensive job search tools. You get to choose what industry you’d like to work for, based on what you already know about products and services available.

Positions may be in person, hybrid, or remote and highly flexible. Women for Hire also provides career guidance and webinars to help you find your dream job and grow your skill set. They have an entire section dedicated to working from home to make your search that much easier!

Make $10 per 10 minutes spent testing websites with TryMyUI.

Testing websites through TryMyUI is a great way to make money while you’re at home. A huge part of actually getting gigs testing websites is being available to test right when you get the email invitation.

You’ll most likely only get a few tests per week, but it’s a great way to make extra cash!

Become an evening or weekend Lyft or Uber driver.

So this isn’t one you could do at home exactly. But with Lyft and Uber’s flexibility, you can easily drive a few hours a week. Not only is this a great way to get out of the house and meet new people, it’s lucrative too! Do as many or as few hours as you like — you set your schedule.

Interact with more adults as a part-time virtual assistant with Flexjobs.

This isn’t for all of you. But if you crave adult interaction or are thinking about getting a job, consider being a virtual assistant through Flexjobs.

Working from home has so many perks! It may take some juggling and scheduling, but if you have administrative or project management experience, being a part-time VA may be a great fit.

Doesn’t sound fun? Flexjobs offers a variety of other positions and many fields, so be sure to thoroughly peruse their listings for your dream job.

Based on Glassdoor reviews, you can expect to earn somewhere between $13 and $17 an hour, depending on your experience.

Shop for or deliver groceries with Instacart and make up to $25 per hour.

Become a shopper, cashier, or driver with Instacart in order to make some side cash and interact with all kinds of different people.

Be aware that while this is a legitimate way to supplement your income, there are a lot of negative reviews of the company online.Get paid to shop with Shopkick.

Get paid to shop with Shopkick.

In addition to getting coupons through Shopkick, you can earn “kicks” or reward points for completing shopping-related tasks.

Earn kicks for walking into certain stores, scanning products with your smartphone (no need to buy the product!), using your credit cards, or scanning your receipt. Cash your kicks in for gift cards!

Sampler helps you experience new products from the comfort of your own home. First you create an account so they can tailor the perfect samples and offers for you. Check your account monthly to see if they have new samples for you! They launch new products every month.

Click on each offer below and see if you qualify

Plant Boss 

FIELD + FARMER

StyleDemocracy 

Cle De Peau Beaute Cleansing Foam

Sampler x Drop

Pregnancy & Newborn Samples

Net Parents Samples

Daddy’s Digest Samples

Total Beauty

Generation Active

Life To Go

Sir Kensington

Milly Moon Luxury Diapers

Path of Life

Aura Bora

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bPerx Sample Box

CeraVe

How to get:

1. Visit the following website: http://respectacle.org/

2. Click “Browse” then enter your prescription given to you by your eye specialist.

3. Browse through the selection of glasses that approximate your prescription. Detailed photographs can be seen by clicking on the glasses. Percentile match is listed in the right column, which estimates how closely the glasses match your prescription.

Note: Numbers in green are the best, indicating the closest match to your prescription.

4. Pick the pair you like best, which also has a high match percentile.

5. Once a pair is selected, click on “Get these ReSpectacles!”.

6. Fill out the required information including name and mailing address, then click “Order my ReSpectacles!”.

7. The glasses will be shipped to you in about 7-10 business days. The website offers opportunity to contribute to defray the cost of shipping, however this is not required.

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Starting January 19th, 2022, every home in the U.S. can soon order 4 free at-⁠home COVID-⁠19 tests. The tests will be completely free—there are no shipping costs and you don’t need to enter a credit card number.

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