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It’s Better to be Thrifty Than Cheap

We’re flashing back this Friday to my post about being thrifty instead of being cheap. While I don’t do Crossfit anymore, I’m still not frugal. But the thriftiness factor still remains. 🙂 As a college student – back in the

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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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Fall Chores: Save Money and Time with These 4 Tips

November. Most of the leaves have fallen. We’ve had killing frost. The skies are threatening snow. I love this time of year! So dramatic. I also enjoy fall chores. I like the crisp air for working outdoors, the quality of

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Setting up your first apartment on a budget

Moving out and into your first apartment is exciting, but may seem a little intimidating, not to mention expensive. Here are tips to ease the burden of moving on your wallet. Furnishing your new place Furniture is going to be

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How to save money while dining out

Over the summer I especially struggle with wanting to cook. While I’ve trained myself to cook more this year than ever before, I still have my moments of weakness. However, I have found some simple ways to make sure I’m

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