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How to Save Money Traveling Over the Holidays

Can you believe the holidays are here already? Well like it or not, it’s that time of year and for many people that means traveling. We already spend a lot of money on food, decorations, gifts, wrapping paper, and parties. But

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Spend Less and Make More Memories This Holiday Season

‘Tis the season for holiday shopping! So we’re flashing back this Friday to Mary Ellen’s post about how to reduce stress and spend less this year. Despite what marketing executives would have us believe, the Holiday Season is not a

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Posted in Holiday Shopping

Decorating for the Holidays…on the cheap

I know you have heard the saying: “do the best with what you have.” When it comes to holiday decorations you can actually do the best with what you have right in, or near, your own home.  Here are 3 easy

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Posted in Entertainment

Reduce Holiday Stress & Create Enduring Memories

Despite what marketing executives would have us believe, the Holiday Season is not a warm, carefree, or cozy time for many of us, if not most of us. The season is packed with stress—emotional stress, time stress, expectations stress, financial stress…

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Posted in Holiday Shopping, Kids, LSS Financial Counseling, Relationships

Real or Plastic? Is it Worth it to Buy a Real Tree?

It’s -10 degrees in Minnesota and Christmas is right around the corner! Shopping and decorating are in full swing.  And every holiday season a debate ensues: which is the greener choice – a real or artificial Christmas tree? Depending on your

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Posted in Hobbies, Holiday Shopping
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