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Top 4 Ways to Make Your Home More Energy Efficient

Making buildings more energy efficient is all the rage these days, although many people have resisted because energy efficient products usually cost more. While it is true that energy conserving appliances do cost more, that’s only in initial cost.
by Doable Finance on Aug 4, 2016

Family Minivan: Tricks to Help you Save Money On Common Repairs

It can cost a small fortune to raise a family, and you may be looking for ways to cut costs anywhere possible. When your vehicle breaks down or develops signs of trouble, you may be stressed about how you will pay for high repair bills from the autom...
by Doable Finance on Aug 2, 2016

Getting Geared Up for Back to School with Groupon

Thanks to Groupon for sponsoring today’s post! All thoughts and opinions are 100% my own.   It’s hard to believe that we are already in August! This summer seems to have flown by in the blink of an eye. Now though comes the mad dash...
by My Sweet Sanity on Aug 1, 2016

Six of the Best Ways to Save Money on Essential Home and Family Items

Research shows that the grocery store industry earns almost 600 billion dollars a year. There are almost 40,000 supermarkets in the U.S. that compete for the consumer’s attention and money. Therefore, following the six tips below will help you save...
by Doable Finance on Aug 1, 2016

Weekly Savings Linky Friday Finals

My stress level is through the roof this week, and shopping has been done on the fly, whenever it could be squeezed in. We did pick up some great last-minute deals, as we will soon be leaving the metro area behind and thereby also a bunch of stores w...
by Frugality Is Free on Jul 29, 2016

How To Save Money On Your Next Car

A vehicle is one of the most expensive things that you will ever purchase. Even if you buy an older used car, you will still spend anywhere from $5,000 to $8,000 before accounting for gas, maintenance and insurance. Therefore, it is in your best inte...
by Doable Finance on Jul 29, 2016

Weekly Savings Linky Friday Finals

My stress level is through the roof this week, and shopping has been done on the fly, whenever it could be squeezed in. We did pick up some great last-minute deals, as we will soon be leaving the metro area behind and thereby also a bunch of stores w...
by Frugality Is Free on Jul 29, 2016

How to Save Money for a Down Payment

Dreaming of owning a home? At Home Improvement Leads, we know how wonderful home ownership can be, but it’s not without its fair share of concerns. The down payment may be the first hurdle you need to jump, and perhaps the one that stands in your w...
by Doable Finance on Jul 28, 2016

6 Ways Your House is Stealing Your Money

Most homeowners lose money to their homes daily without realizing that it’s happening right under their noses. Inefficiency, defects and damage cause most of this loss. Below are six sneaky ways your house may be draining your bank account, and...
by Doable Finance on Jul 28, 2016

Real Estate – The Ultimate Forced Savings Plan

Real estate prices have been sky high, jumping out of reach for many first-time home buyers. If they could build their savings fast enough, high enough, they could get into their first home with no problem. As it turns out, getting into your first ho...
by Debt Free Living Guru on Jul 28, 2016

Future of Money – Save and Invest Part II

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by Michael Welter on Jul 27, 2016

Food Desert Challenge – Eating Clean on a Tight Budget

Food deserts are discussed in depth when you study nutrition science in college–which I did. It’s one thing to talk about what they are, but it’s a whole other thing to immerse yourself in one. And eating clean on a tight budget mig...
by Sweep Tight on Jul 26, 2016

Food Desert Challenge – Eating Clean on a Tight Budget

Food deserts are discussed in depth when you study nutrition science in college–which I did. It’s one thing to talk about what they are, but it’s a whole other thing to immerse yourself in one. And eating clean on a tight budget mig...
by Sweep Tight on Jul 26, 2016

After Summer Camp is Over

When summer camp comes to a close, then it’s time to find additional activities for the kids.  Family time is important, because we all work and when children don’t get that quality time with their parents, they really do suffer from it.
by Helicoptermamma on Jul 26, 2016

Coupon Savings on All Your Baby Needs

by MomsWhoSave.com Blog on Jul 25, 2016

Save on IAMS at Checkout + Get a $10 Target Gift Card!

Disclosure: This shop has been compensated by Collective Bias, Inc. and its advertiser. All opinions are mine alone. #IamsDogDeal #CollectiveBias Give your dog some love! Save 5% with Cartwheel, PLUS get a $10 Target Gift Card when you buy 2 bags of...
by MomsWhoSave.com Blog on Jul 25, 2016

Future Money – Save and Invest Part 1

You can save time, energy, and water. But one of the mo […]...
by Michael Welter on Jul 23, 2016

6 Tips For Remodeling An Old Home For Cheap

Older homes have a natural charm to them, however, they usually could use a bit of updating. One of the major hurdles that individuals face when deciding to remodel is the cost. Remodeling your home can potentially cost thousands of dollars, but ther...
by Doable Finance on Jul 23, 2016

Our Friday Finals – Saved $150!

We are in the middle of a big move, so we did not do a whole lot of shopping this week. On top of that we also had a birthday to celebrate and so it is just a little stressful. We’ve been trying to empty our stock of food and only shop for the...
by Frugality Is Free on Jul 22, 2016

Our Friday Finals – Saved $150!

We are in the middle of a big move, so we did not do a whole lot of shopping this week. On top of that we also had a birthday to celebrate and so it is just a little stressful. We’ve been trying to empty our stock of food and only shop for the...
by Frugality Is Free on Jul 22, 2016


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