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Mental Health and Finances

May is Mental Health Awareness Month! According to NAMI-MN, mental illnesses can affect persons of any age, race, religion or socioeconomic status: in fact, about one in four American adults experiences an episode of mental illness per year. Mental health

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Posted in Budgeting, Debt, Debt Counseling, Financial Counseling, Financial Wellness, Health, Underearning, Unemployment

Financially Fit: Tips for Getting in Shape on a Budget

Every January large numbers of people resolve to change their physical well-being. Getting in shape often feels like it comes attached with some hefty price tags. Gym memberships, workout attire, diet foods, or equipment can lighten your wallet. It is

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Posted in Being Frugal, Budgeting, Grocery Shopping, Health, How to Guides

Getting Fit on a Budget

It finally feels like spring in Minnesota and we can actually enjoy the outdoors again! So we’re flashing back to Elaina’s post about getting fit on a budget.  It’s that time of year again: we’re on the verge of summer.

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Posted in Being Frugal, Budgeting, Health

6 Cheap or Free Ways to Reduce Stress

Everyone deals with stress at some point in our lives. Stress can be brought on by health issues, our jobs, money, relationships, and everything in between. Even though we can’t always prevent stress, there are free and cheap coping mechanisms

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Posted in Health, How to Guides

Eat Healthier Without Wasting Your Money

We’re flashing back to this post because I sometimes need a friendly reminder to eat healthier. Plus, it never hurts to think about ways to save money. We all know that we should eat healthy food, but it’s easier said

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Posted in Grocery Shopping, Health
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