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Christmas On a Budget: 9 Tips to Stop Overspending

Gifts|Frugal Living|Christmas
Does this sound familiar? You have the list of people you need to buy for. Then you either can't figure out what to buy, or you go crazy and overbuy. You end up with "STUFF" just to have something to give. It's enjoyed for an hour or two and ends up joining the dust collection of unused toys, trinkets, and do-dahs. Or maybe you're the one who LOVES to snag a great deal. And before you know it, you've got waaaay too many things and you've gone WAY over budget. OR you're... Read this post
How to reduce heating bill

How to Save on Your Heating Bill!

Frugal Living|Home & Garden
How to stay warm without a huge heating bill! This winter has been a CRAZY one locally. Record snowfalls and lengthy inversions have left our highs in the single digits with negative temperature wind chills! On top of that, we have had 5+ snow days... Read this post
What to buy in October

10 of the Best Things to Buy in October

Frugal Living|Wealthy
October is one of my favorite months of the year. It is a time of leaves, spooky Halloween, sweaters, and the best kind of cold. Here in Idaho fall is SO beautiful. It is one of my favorite seasons. Not only is it one of my favorite seasons, but... Read this post
Deals in September

10 Best Things to Buy in September for BIG Savings

Frugal Living|Wealthy
What to Buy in September Fall is officially here friends! Recently I was brainstorming on more ways I could help you and your families save extra cash and I thought of a new idea: I am going to be sharing the best things to buy during the month of... Read this post

Save Money with Discount Gift Cards! 100% Guaranteed!

Frugal Living|Wise
  How to Get Discount Gift Cards & Gift Card Deals Lately, I've been focusing on getting all my Christmas shopping started, and I want to share how I save big, before I put a single thing in my cart! You probably already use coupons and... Read this post

How to Stop Impulse Buying for Good (In 5 Steps)

Frugal Living
What is Impulse Buying? Impulse buying, simply put, is when you make an unplanned purchase in the heat of the moment. Some examples of impulse buying could be when you see something for sale online so you quickly buy it to take advantage of the... Read this post

How to Save Money on Clothes (15 Clever Tips)

Frugal Living
Save Money While Still Looking and Feeling Good While I totally support spending money on clothes in order to treat yourself every now and then, being a full-time fashionista can become an expensive hobby very quickly. But, I've got good news: looking... Read this post
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How to Eliminate the Urine Smell in the Bathroom

Frugal Living|Wise|Home & Garden
How to Get Rid of Toilet Odor For Good If you've got boys, then you just may be like me and have an underlying funk smell in the bathroom. And what can be discouraging is that no matter how much you scrub, that nasty smell may go away for a few hours,... Read this post
How to stop spending money on food

How to Spend Less Money on Food (But Still Eat Well)

Frugal Living
Do You Love Food? Spending money on food is easy. We need it to survive, eating is extremely enjoyable, and we're constantly being bombarded with ads for new trendy drinks and fast-food restaurants every single day. For all those reasons (and more),... Read this post
Bad money habits

10 Bad Money Habits That Will Keep You Broke

Frugal Living
10 Bad Financial Habits That Could Be Holding You Back Depending on how you were raised and how you've learned to treat money, you may have picked up some bad money habits over the years. That's completely normal, but if you don't recognize those habits... Read this post
Unexpected expenses

9 Unexpected Expenses You May Forget to Budget For

Frugal Living|Wise|Wealthy
Why Accurate Budgeting is Important If you're using a zero-based budget, forgetting even one budget category can throw things off balance. For example, if you get hit with an unexpected expense, you'll need to go back and readjust your budget categories... Read this post
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