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The NEW American Dream: Tiny Home Living

The NEW American Dream: Tiny Home Living

This NEW old Trend is back and better than ever. We’ve all been there. Tiny Home Living. Whether it’s a room in your parents’ house. A dorm room. Your first studio apartment. A small apartment you share with your roommate or spouse. We’ve all experienced it. Somewhere between being broke – there and now having […]

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Family Travel You Can Afford

Family Travel You Can Afford

Sponsored Content  A vacation for the family is no small expense, but there are plenty of ways you can minimize the hit your wallet takes and focus instead on exploring new places while making great memories. Travel during off seasons. Although peak season varies by destination and region, virtually every location has an off season […]

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Why You Should Buy in Bulk

Why You Should Buy in Bulk

Everyone loves bulk stores. The idea that you can get wholesale prices has a lot of appeal, but you’ll also end up with masses of stuff and if you’re not careful you may end up wasting your money on items you can’t use up before they expire. Buying in bulk is definitely a frugal choice. […]

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Creating ways for children to save ?

Creating ways for children to save ?

As parents we handle the day to day needs of the family; doing the shopping, paying the bills, making meals, cleaning the house, etc… Some of us choose to get things done on a routine, like a task list, and leaving no room for others to help. Others are very good at creating chore charts […]

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Tips to Survive Flea Market Shopping

Tips to Survive Flea Market Shopping

Flea markets are a great way to find vintage, cheap, and crazy items. If you’ve got a taste for the unusual or a pocket that needs some stretching – shopping at a flea market can be better than a thrift store because you’re more likely to be buying from owners (who are going to try […]

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