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Room makeover contest, organic cleaning tips and plant sale: AM Links for …

Room makeover contest, organic cleaning tips and plant sale: AM Links for …
News from The Plain Dealer:

What do you think of Penny Miller’s award-winning room makeover? Give your opinion in the comments section below!

Penny Miller’s living room design project, “Eclectic Blue,” won first place in last year’s Earn Your Stripes room makeover contest sponsored by FrogTape brand painter’s tape. This year’s contest is open for entries.

DIY DESIGN CONTEST: FrogTape brand painter’s tape, headquartered in Avon, invites amateur home decorators and DIYers to enter its Earn Your Stripes® room makeover contest for a chance to win a $ 5,000 grand prize.

Last year’s grand prize winner was Penny Miller of LaRue, Ohio, near Marion. Will this year’s winner come from the Buckeye state, too?

Contestants must submit before, during and after photos of their most impressive room transformation achieved using creativity, paint, and the use of FrogTape. New to the Earn Your Stripes contest this year is the addition of a Shape Tape category, where homeowners can showcase their best use of the newest innovation from FrogTape. Available in three on-trend patterns: Wave, Chevron and Scallop, Shape Tape makes it simple to achieve unique, repetitive decora…………… continues on The Plain Dealer

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Tips to Spring Clean Your Credit Score
News from NY1:

In the latest Money Matters report, a personal finance expert offers tips for consumers to clean up their credit score. NY1′s Tara Lynn Wagner filed the following report.

The Federal Reserve says Americans have more than $ 850 billion in credit card debt. That’s a pretty big mess, which is why personal finance expert Beverly Harzog, who wrote about her previous plastic problems in the book “Confessions of a Credit Junkie,” recommends we all do a little spring cleaning.

You can start, she says, by clearing the cobwebs out of your credit report. Check everything from your social security number and mailing address to the big red flags that indicate fraud.

“You want to look for accounts that you didn’t open,” Harzog says. “It’s not that complicated to look at a credit report, so just go through every line item.”

You can get a free report from each of the three major credit bureaus once a year by visiting annualcreditreport.com.

What credit reports won’t show you are the individual purchases made with your card. For that, you’ll need to log in to your account online and check for any unfamiliar activity.

Harzog says recent security breaches at major retailers make it all the more important to be doubly di…………… continues on NY1

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