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Money Saving Tips

7 Tips to Save Big with Amazon’s Subscribe and Save

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7 Tips to Save Big with Amazon's Subscribe and Save

I get a lot of emails from readers who want to learn how to coupon in order to save money. But the truth is grocery couponing is not all it’s cracked up to be. In the last few years, extreme couponing became very popular due to the TV show. However, in reality, trying to coupon […] Read more…

5 Ways to Save on Holiday Gifts

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As Christmas is fast approaching, I hope you don’t have a Scrooge attitude about gift giving! Everywhere you turn, there seems to be a sale going on. I normally don’t go shopping on Black Friday but this year, I did… to one store… and it wasn’t crowded at all. I found a local toy store that […] Read more…

How to Save More and Help Others at the Same Time

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Are you on a tight budget and are searching for ways to save even more, if possible? That’s why I love shopping online so you can compare prices and not be tempted to buy things not on your list. Also on the plus side, you can find coupon codes to use on your purchase without […] Read more…

Back to School Healthy Snack Ideas

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This post was sponsored by a2 Milk® as part of an Ambassador Program for Influence Central. I received complimentary products to facilitate my review. It’s almost time for back to school already and I will have to start packing lunches and preparing after school healthy snacks for my kindergartner. And making sure that my daughter gets all of the […] Read more…

10 Smart Ways to Cut Your Grocery Bill in Half

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The cost of living continues to rise as the number of jobs decline. Many of us are facing a new reality – we have to live on less in order to survive. Food is one area where the cost can get out of hand and get us into trouble. It’s not a recurring bill that […] Read more…

How Being Frugal Makes You More Happy

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How being frugal makes you more happy

I came across this phrase while I was reading another blog, The Frugalwoods. Frugality breeds gratitude. And I paused and thought about how that is so true! In my 20’s, my husband (my then boyfriend) and I were more carefree with money. We weren’t struggling with money and didn’t have financial goals. So we went […] Read more…