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2017 Top Blog Posts on Sense and Centsibility

Well it was a crazy year, but we made it through 2017. Now it’s that time once again to see what our top blog posts were last year. Let’s see what our followers were reading: 10. 5 Ways to Avoid

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Tips to Eat Healthier and Save Money This Year

We’re flashing back to a New Year post from Mary Ellen this Friday. She explains simple ways to be healthier with food and money this year. The holiday season is a distant memory…even if the tree is still up dropping

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Do You Want to Be Richer Next Year?

how to become richer next year

First, decide how much richer you want to be.  $1000, $1200, $4800, $5000, $7500 – you get the idea. How many times will you be paid between now and a year from now? Divide your goal amount by the number of

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How to pay for unexpected expenses when you’re broke

If only we could predict the future and know when an expense is going to pop up. Since that’s not possible, here’s a flashback Friday post on how to afford an emergency expense when you’re broke. How many times has

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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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