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Six Things to Consider Before Buying a Camper

It’s summer and camping season is upon us. Everywhere you look there is someone pulling a camper, usually stacked with bikes or kayaks. For some that may look like a lot of work and the potential for a disastrous vacation

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25 Productive Things to Do Instead of Spending Money

I enjoy shopping and spending money sometimes; the act of it (as long as it’s quick), getting new things, and wearing or enjoying those new things. But sometimes I just don’t have the money to spend because of whatever happens

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6 budget-friendly hobbies

Whether you’re trying to save more money for emergencies or retirement or pay off debt, the first expenses that tend to be cut are the fun things. You might cut back on going out with friends, travel, or dining out.

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Let’s get this garden started!

If you plant a garden each year or plan to start, it’s time to think about planting some seeds…yes, even though there’s still snow on the ground. Here’s a flashback Friday post from Mary Ellen with excellent tips. Enjoy! February

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What to think about before hunting season to save money

Since (sadly) summer is almost over and hunting season will be here before you know it, here are things to think about now to save money this hunting season. Here is a follow-up to a previous post, Hunting on a Budget.

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