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Frugality 101: Eat Your Weeds

We have extreme climate conditions here in Minnesota. One week we’re buried under 18 inches of snow, and the next week the weeds are a foot tall. That’s what it feels like, anyhow. The growth is frantic here once the

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Ideas for Free Activities in Duluth this Summer

Happy Friday! We’re flashing back to this post about budget-friendly activities to do in Duluth. I’ve lived in Duluth/the Duluth area for about 13 years now. I never thought I’d live here and when it’s freezing cold or foggy and

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Keep Valentine’s Day Fun, Simple, and Affordable

Since Valentine’s Day is only a few weeks away, we’re flashing back to Elaina’s post on keeping this Hallmark holiday affordable.  Personally, I’m not a big Valentine’s Day kind of lady. This is one of those holidays that feels like

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5 Cheap Ideas for Hosting a Holiday Party

The holidays are simply on the brain right now. Christmas, Hannukah, New Year’s, Festivus, or whatever you celebrate, parties are often part of the territory. If you’re like many Americans, you may be traveling over the holiday, buying presents, baking,

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Ideas for Inexpensive Gifts

Holiday Shopping Tips to Avoid Debt

If you celebrate Christmas, it’s pretty likely that you give gifts. And depending on the size of your family or circle of friends, you could end up spending a fortune. The good news is that with a little planning and

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