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Budgeting 101: How to Get Started

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It’s important to live on a budget and not overspend these days. The best way to do this is to use a personal budget worksheet that you refer to every month. Putting together a personal budget is not hard. It’s staying within your budget that’s challenging. The goal is to spend less than you make. […] Read more…

Expand Your Wardrobe without Emptying Your Wallet

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I’m on a tight budget now but I also need to expand and update my professional wardrobe. I wear the same few tops every week and don’t have many options for work-related events. Yesterday, I attended an event and seriously, didn’t have anything to wear. Seriously! And there were pictures taken of me. =( So […] Read more…

The Top 5 Places I Buy Groceries

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Eating healthy and saving money are important to me. Plus, my daughter has food allergies so that makes it a priority for me to cook her food from scratch and opt out of boxed and frozen foods. Because of that, I don’t buy a lot of processed foods. I focus more on getting the freshest […] Read more…

7 Best Places to Find Discount Kids Clothes and Toys

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Let’s face it, when you have children, there are a lot of costs involved and things to buy to make life easier. They need clothes, toys, furniture, carseats, strollers, bouncers, etc. Kids grow out of these items quickly so consider getting items second hand. There’s no need to pay full price or buy everything brand […] Read more…

Homemade Chocolate Larabars

homemade larabar recipe

I love, love Larabars because they are made with simple, whole ingredients. But I haven’t been able to afford them lately, due to a tighter budget. They retail for $1.29 a bar in my area and Amazon sells them for $19.99 for a box of 20, making them $1 each. It’s not a bad price […] Read more…

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