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National Park Fee Free Days 2018

By , January 15th, 2018

Many people enjoy visiting national parks in the United States, and if you are one of those people, there are a few days a year where you can gain access to them at no charge. Free entrance days regularly change each year. In 2017, there were a total of 20 free entrance days, but that […]


Amazon Coupons: How to Find and Use Coupons on Amazon

By , January 3rd, 2018

It seems like everywhere you turn Amazon has its name on something new. The company has even launched its own grocery delivery service. Is there such a thing as Amazon Coupons? How do you save money on Amazon? About Amazon Coupons So, first thing’s first. Yes. Amazon Coupons are a thing. Because Amazon has been […]


Aldi Hours and Holiday Schedule 2018

By , December 18th, 2017

Aldi has become known as a place that people can save money on groceries. In fact, many people save as much as 42 percent of their regular grocery bill by shopping at Aldi each week. That is astronomical savings! Unlike larger grocery stores like Walmart or your local grocer, Aldi has slightly different hours of […]


Free Toys Your Cat Will Love

By , December 11th, 2017

Cats may be connoisseurs about food but they really don’t know the difference between toys you spend money on and regular household items you already have. They love to play with things you would otherwise discard, so why not let them have their way — with a few adjustments for safety? You could even make […]


52 Week Money Challenge

By , December 6th, 2017

If you’re looking for a great way to start saving money right now that will net you over $1300 in 1 year, we’ve put together an easy system which offers a good amount of flexibility to give you the greatest chance of success. This is a hybrid of the original 52-week money challenge putting more […]


How You Could Be Saving $10,000 a Year

By , December 5th, 2017

What could you do with $10,000?  It’s a fun thought, especially if you are in a good place mentally. What would you get? A car? A house? Stocks? Bonds? For most of us, $10,000 would be enough to build a strong emergency fund or pay off a big chunk of debt or make a dent […]


What Time Do Stores Open on Thanksgiving Day?

By , November 21st, 2017

Over the last few years, consumers have seen Black Friday creep into Thanksgiving Day when it comes to sales at retail outlets, and the beginning of the holiday shopping season. While there are still stores holding out and refusing to open on Thanksgiving Day, more and more stores are, and they’re opening at earlier and […]


Top Notch 401K Advice

By , November 21st, 2017

Saving for retirement can be a very heady thing to think about. But you want to start thinking about it as soon as you get a job. There is no sense in trying to earn money and spend all day in a cubicle that you hate without socking away money for your golden years. You […]


Thanksgiving Savings: Simple Ways to Shave Down the Cost of Your Meal

By , November 15th, 2017

Thanksgiving…yes! It’s time to loosen the belt and chow down on some turkey, stuffing, and sweet, sweet cranberry sauce. This is a wonderful holiday to celebrate, not only do we indulge in deliciousness, but we also come together with family and friends to be thankful for what we have. This holiday, though scrumptious, can get […]


How to Buy Quality Glasses Online, at a Discount, and Save!?

By , November 7th, 2017

Buying anything online at a discount; does this thought always make you think you will only get that discount on a cheaply made inferior product? Does this mentality keep you from buying cheap eyeglasses online, simply because you think they are going to be glasses that will break easily, or worse, not meet your prescription? […]

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