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Setting up your first apartment on a budget

Moving out and into your first apartment is exciting, but may seem a little intimidating, not to mention expensive. Here are tips to ease the burden of moving on your wallet. Furnishing your new place Furniture is going to be

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Flashback Friday: The Fruit That Keeps on Giving

We’re flashing back this Friday to Mary Ellen’s post about the versatile fruit: the green tomato. And try out her recipe at the end of the post! It’s been a good garden year for me.  I’ve supplied my household, friends,

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How to save money while dining out

Over the summer I especially struggle with wanting to cook. While I’ve trained myself to cook more this year than ever before, I still have my moments of weakness. However, I have found some simple ways to make sure I’m

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Tips to Save Money and Your Clothes While Doing Laundry

I hate grocery shopping. But, I love doing laundry. I don’t know why. I think it feeds some compulsive behavior in me. I like separating colors, fabrics, tackling stains, getting whites white … There are worse compulsive behaviors. WASH FULL

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15 things to stop wasting your money on

Have you ever thought about how much of your money goes to waste? From hitting the vending machine or convenience store, little amounts can add up to big money waste. If you find yourself living paycheck to paycheck or feeling

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