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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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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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Online Shopping: How Websites Get Us to Overspend

You can buy almost anything while shopping online these days…from clothes to furniture to food and even vehicles. While it is convenient and sometimes there are cost saving benefits, there are also money traps that you can get caught in

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Black Friday Shopping: Are the deals worth it?

With the holiday shopping season upon us, here’s a Flashback Friday post about Black Friday deals. Black Friday is the one day of the year where you can get the best deals ever. Right? Well maybe. I don’t know about

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Get a jump start on holiday shopping

Did you know there are only 143 days until Christmas? While there’s still about a month left of summer, it’s a really smart idea to get started on your holiday shopping early. So we’re flashing back to this post from

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