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How To Apply Bronzer Correctly

Published in Savvy TV Episodes
Monday, 06 April 2015 14:12

If you're starting to feel the chill of winter wearing off and your skin has that "Casper the Friendly Ghost" shade of white (you know....the one where you feel like you're basically transparent) then it is time to get a good bronzer and learn how the professionals use it effectively. The simple tips in this instructional video will have you looking like you've spent a week lying on the beach and sipping pina colada's in the Caribbean - you don't have to tell anyone otherwise!!


Canned Stewed Tomatoes: Savvy Ingredient

Published in Food & Travel News
Tuesday, 04 March 2014 10:22

Way back in the early 1800s, the canning process revolutionized our ability to preserve food for when it wasn’t in plentiful supply. Today, with seasonal produce available year round, purchasing canned vegetables has become a thing of our mothers’ era: a bit suspect, with veggies nuked, cooked, and de-texturized beyond recognition.

We here at Savvy Central, make one exception to the "no canned goods" rule and that would be for: The Stewed Tomato. Wow. We love it. For a million reasons, beginning with taste, texture, color, ripeness (they’re even more ripe than a ripe Roma!) affordability, malleability, we could go on, and on and on.  But we won’t.

Instead, we’re sharing our favorite two uses for The Stewed Tomato:

Selfie Savvy Love

Published in Beauty & Health News
Tuesday, 03 February 2015 12:33
Self love has been touted as a great way to build up your self esteem. But, it can also be dangerous if we are too self indulgent – no one like a big ego. Still, on the whole, I'll bet most of us struggle to love ourselves enough. Valentine's Day is on the way, so here's a fun, inexpensive (and savvy) way to say I Love You to YOU!

Savvy Photo Showcase

Published in Home & Money News
Tuesday, 04 March 2014 10:04
There was a time, not so long ago, when this Savvy Girl first heard about the ‘digital’ camera. Our friend was a photographer and her employee announced that he was investing in one. It was huge! Funny, isn't it, that when things get better they seem to get smaller.

Our first camera was a pinhole job, but it took a gorgeous photo of a tree – though it required some serious patience to get the shot. Basically, we had to stand still while natural light captured our majestic tree on the developing paper we had curled around the back of our cardboard oatmeal canister. Funny, isn’t it, when things get better they seem to go faster Smile

Savvy Book Space Saver

Published in Home & Money News
Sunday, 05 January 2014 14:37
It may seem overly obvious to most of you savvies who love to read, but books can take up a lot of space. And yes, the debate over e-readers versus old-fashioned tomes rages on. We bought a Kindle with the hope that it would change our world. It was certainly easier than lugging a bunch of books on our vacay, or on public transportation, but we missed the tactile experience of a book. We also didn’t find it easy to ‘flip through,’ for instance, which is a problem for this savvy reader.  Kindle, and other e-readers, however, are just the ticket for those that love its streamlined profile.

So, if you’re a book lover like we are—-what does a savvy gal do with all those books? We have a few simple ideas that will help you maintain a library you love, reduce clutter, and make room for....more books!

Savvy Refreshers

Published in Family & Charity News
Thursday, 16 January 2014 10:27

Working with your hands can be a nice way to unwind. Often doing a little DIY task can be therapeutic, and take your mind off of things. We've been thinking lately about how to unwind and refresh. We've written an article recently about the beauty of sleep. Because a good night's sleep is truly a beautiful thing. But there are other ways to give oneself a mental break. In our fast-paced world that is locked up in me, me, me - oh, and what can I buy, one of the easiest and cheapest ways to refresh yourself is to do something for someone else. Here are 3 simple tips! 

1. Smile. So often we forget that a smile can change everything. Seems simple, but sharing a smile can immediately brighten someone's day - especially if they aren't expecting it.

2. A kind word. Just telling a co-worker, your child, a neighbor, that you admire something about them, can give that person a kick-start for their day. They say young people in adverse circumstances have been known to rise above because just ONE person believed in them. Be that one person. 

3. A kind act. Yes, we're all busy and often quite 'self important,' but how about lending a helping hand. Opening the door for that elderly lady, letting someone out of the elevator first, picking up a piece of garbage that someone accidentally dropped. It all adds up. 

3 ways to refresh yourself by refreshing others!

Savvy Diet Tip

Published in Food & Travel News
Wednesday, 15 January 2014 11:38

There are so many diets out there. SO many! And so many of them work, at least for a time. But old habits are hard to break. Inevitably, everyone puts it back on. This is why we love Weight Watchers. It doesn't tell you what you can't eat, because you can eat anything. What it does do is help you 'watch' what you eat, and therefore make better choices. 

As the New Year gets underway, we recommend this simple but effective tip for keeping trim: take a little off the top. Now this may seem hard, but if applied at every meal it really works. Basically, just take a bit away. Eat a little less than you had planned on eating. Make it a game, even. Yummy chicken breast! Only eat 2/3. Baked potato? Eat 3/4. Piece of cake? Eat half.

This little, simple, non-gimmicky approach can help you shed pounds. Try it!

Savvy Entertaining With Paper

Published in Home & Money News
Friday, 10 January 2014 09:40

We know that it’s only right to be prudent when using paper products. It’s good for the environment we love to love. But here’s the thing, when it comes to napkins and such at the table, to provide variety we like using paper. Just make sure it’s the recyclable kind!

For a recent holiday dinner, we opted for an aqua theme. There is nothing more refreshing than bringing a summer color into the drab dark of winter. Of course, if you go over the top it doesn’t work as well because the effect is too counter-intuitive.

To bring a bit of richness to the table we went with two types of paper napkins, one layered on top of the other to add complexity. We picked up the aqua theme in the smaller of the two, making sure it’s pattern and color palette mirrored a bit more of a winter feel. Our guests loved the look. We added tea candles in shimmering aqua-hued glass holders too.

Super simple, but super savvy. For our next dinner party we are going with a silver theme. Can’t wait!

Great place for recycled napkins?? Crate & Barrel!

MIY: Makeup Remover

Published in Savvy TV Episodes
Wednesday, 08 January 2014 16:41

If you've got really sensitive skin and find that most makeup removers on the market are too heavy, then we've got the answer for you! All you will need are three simple ingredients; petroleum jelly, aloe vera gel and an essential oil (just to make it smell pretty)! Enjoy!



5 New Thanksgiving Side Dishes

Published in Savvy TV Episodes
Monday, 30 December 2013 17:39

Thanksgiving is our favorite holiday here at 24/Savvy, and why wouldn't it be?! It is a fun festival filled with family, friends, frivolity and food!! Keep Thanksgiving dinner fresh by trying these 5 new side dishes. They're not the healthiest of options, but they are sure to spice up any traditional Thanksgiving feast!



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