Money Saving Articles

Moving Is Not for The Weak

It’s no secret I recently moved, and since it wasn’t a local move, I had to get it all done in one day. It has been several years since I did so, and I forgot how stressful and expensive it was. I learned a few new lessons this time, so I’m going to share them.   You Can’t Start Too Soon I knew my move-out

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Super Bowl of Savings

Over the past ten years, we have published 500+ blog entries, been on national news several times, featured in segments on several talk shows, and have been honored to be mentioned by many other bloggers and influencers. Our staff of writers over the years have put their own twist on topics, but our focus has always been on ways to make your life better. Here,

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Spring Is on Its Way…Get Rid of the Stuff You Don’t Need or Use

Unless you are living under a rock, you have probably heard of the KonMari method of decluttering. It’s either because of the Netflix show or the book that came out a few years ago. I’m going to write my own take on decluttering based on what I have found works well for me. In my defense, this topic has been on my list to write

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Reasons to Be Kind to Yourself and How to Do It

Reasons to Be Kind to Yourself and How to Do It   I’ve heard people comment that we are kinder and politer to strangers than we are to our friends and family. To add to that statement, I think most people are kinder to others than they are to themselves. I spent some time thinking about this and it seems true. So why is it

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What’s on Your Bucket List?

What is it about the end of the year that makes us introspective? I tend to start thinking about what I have done in the year that is ending, and what I want to do in the coming year. It’s a great time to update my bucket list.   What is a Bucket List? This is one of those phrases that means something different to

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Retailer’s Tricks That Get You to Spend More

Back in the 80s, I got my first ‘real’ job at a big department store. The training was about an hour on how to run the cash register and an entire day on how to sell. Some of the techniques I learned were eye-opening, to say the least. The funniest part to me was realizing how I still got sucked in by them. My favorite

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7 Things to Give Up This Coming Year

Is it too early to be talking about New Year’s? I am already thinking about it and have my evening at home planned out. I will spend it looking back over the past year while I think about my plan for the upcoming one. It’s a low-key and relaxing way to transition to the next year with intention.    1. Overscheduling Why do we think that

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They Aren’t Always Right: 5 Pieces of Bad Financial Advice From Your Parents

Your parents wanted the best for you. They likely had visions of you moving away from home, setting up a wildly successful life, and still having enough money left over to take them on a beautiful tropical vacation during their golden years. To help you achieve all of that, they most likely shared their financial knowledge with you, teaching you what you should and shouldn’t

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7 Tips for Saving Money During the Holidays

  It’s not an understatement when people describe the holidays as the happiest time of the year. The holiday season is all about enjoying the little things; like spending time with family, watching holiday movies, and overall making memories with the people who mean the most to you. Whether you’re attending a gathering, decorating your home or preparing for a festive family photoshoot, the holidays

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What Are You Wasting For?

Incremental Money Waste Have you ever heard of the ‘latte factor’? It’s a term that sums up the idea of incremental money waste and how it affects your long-term financial picture. I have touched on it before, but I’ll dive into a bit more this week.   What Do You Regularly Buy? The concept is that you might buy a cup of coffee every day

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