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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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Another Blog On How to Save Money During the Holidays

Tis the season for personal finance holiday blogs – all my favorite bloggers have one. I always enjoy the challenge of saving money but maximizing the fun! Long time readers of Sense & Centsibility will know I am pathologically frugal

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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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How to Use Power Pay to Pay Off Your Debt Faster

It’s the Monday after Black Friday and Small Business Saturday. Did you end your weekend with no balances on your credit cards? If so, you’re probably in the minority. But if you did charge purchases and can’t pay them off

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DIY Decorating for the Holidays on a Budget

If you have a Facebook account you’ve probably seen many people that are done decorating for the holidays. So this post is for the rest of us who wait until after Thanksgiving to decorate. Happy Flashback Black Friday! (Say that

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