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Can You Save Money With Sling TV?

By , May 15th, 2017

If you’re trying to save money you may look towards your entertainment costs to cut first (that’s what I always do). For this reason, many people have turned to non-traditional television services, leading to rise of giant companies like Netflix over the years. There are some things that you can only see on TV though […]


What is the Cost of a Tiny House?

By , May 3rd, 2017

You may be aware of the latest infatuation with tiny houses. Admittedly, when I first saw “tiny homes” on the Home & Garden channel I thought they were the dumbest thing I have ever seen but more and more people seem to be attracted to tiny houses. For most tiny house buyers the attraction comes […]


10 Favorite Things to Buy at Costco

By , April 28th, 2017

Do you frequent Costco? If so, you probably have a few “favorite things” to buy at Costco. Many Costco patrons have specific items that they won’t get anywhere else because either Costco has the best price or they prefer Costco’s quality over other retail stores. Whatever the case may be, it seems almost every Costco […]


How and Why to Shop Around for Cheaper Car Insurance

By , April 22nd, 2017

Some people don’t think twice about their car insurance. They buy it because it’s illegal not to, and they never think about it again. Perhaps they go with the first offer that comes along, often to a company that advertises the most extensively, but doesn’t necessarily offer the best rates. Shopping around for car insurance, […]


What is the Cost of Living in a Camper?

By , April 20th, 2017

The Home & Garden channel has made it tremendously popular to downsize in recent years. Many millennial home buyers are turning their attention to house alternatives like tiny houses and campers instead of a traditional home. These types of homes have just the amount of space the home buyer needs (no extra) but how much […]


Why I Enjoy Being Poor

By , April 5th, 2017

If you had asked me a year ago if I would like being poor, I would have called you crazy. Both my husband and I had just lost our jobs and we were just coming to the realization that we were no longer going to be able to live the life of luxury that we […]


Household Budget Categories – What You Need To Know

By , March 29th, 2017

Starting a budget for the first time can be confusing. One of the first things people ask is, “What personal budget categories do I need to be tracking?” The most intimidating part of creating, managing and making a budget successful is knowing what categories to use to keep track of your money. Your household budget categories […]


Fresh Market Price Comparisons

By , March 27th, 2017

If you’re like me you’re intrigued by a new grocery store in the neighborhood and when a Fresh Market moved into a retail space near me, I was curious. That lead me to heading on over to the new grocer and seeing what they had to offer. To my surprise, Fresh Market wasn’t crazy expensive like […]


Car Free: Living In America Without A Car

By , March 27th, 2017

It comes as a shock to most people I meet, but I don’t own a car. Three years ago I was thousands of dollars in debt and something had to give. I decided that it would be my car. When I made the decision my friends and family thought that I was crazy. Truth be […]


How to Set Budget Percentages

By , March 22nd, 2017

Setting up a budget can be difficult, especially if you are trying to budget for an entire family. When you sit down to set up a budget for the first time you may have a lot of questions. The sole purpose of setting a budget is to get your spending habits into check and identify […]

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