Big Savings on Winter Clothes + $250 Giveaway

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Disclosure: This is a Fashionista Event and a promotional item was provided to me. Hosts for this event are Still Blonde after all these Years and ModlyChic Big Savings on Winter Clothes Sierra Trading Post Winter Gear with limited time free shipping, plus join our $250 giveaway It's that time again to update all our winter clothes and we all know it's not cheap. We don't usually buy winter clothes for everyone but this year it seems that our old ones just won't work anymore It's that time ...

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How to Save Money When Your Emergency Fund is Wiped Out

How to Save Money When Your Emergency Fund is Wiped Out

How to Save Money When Your Emergency Fund is Wiped Out No savings, no emergency fund, nothing to fall back on.  That’s where we are now that necessary repairs to our paid off, ten-year old car have been made.  I’m sure many of you can relate.  Did you know that according to the Federal Reserve, 48% of Americans say they wouldn’t be able to come up with $400 in an emergency, and only 38% could handle an unexpected expense of $1000?  We are fortunate as we had $1,500 in an emergency fund. ...

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Family Home Budget Tips for Living on $30000 or Less

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Family Home Budget Raising a family is fun but can be full of challenges. As kids grow so are the family's expenses, that's why it's important to stick with your family home budget. Below are some simple tips that you can do to save big and live on  $30,000 or less. Family Home Budget - Tips for Living on $30000 or Less Savings tips for the home: Of course the obvious: turn out lights, don't let water run, don't leave TV on. First and foremost, we created a budget on Mint.com ...

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Living on 30000 or Less: Raising a Family of 6

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Budget Saving Tips on Living on 30000 or Less Raising a Family of 6 on less than $30,000 6 Tips to living on 30000 or Less My husband is a disabled Vet, works for minimum wage, and I draw disability due to a heart condition. Until we filed our taxes I thought we were doing pretty well for ourselves. That was until I saw that our total yearly income was only $22,000. This made me think about all of the ways throughout the year we have saved money. I am more than happy to share with all of ...

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How to Save Money by Using a Calendar

Learn How to Save Money by Using a Calendar

How to save money? Read these Money Saving Tips Did you know that using a calendar is a money saving tool that you can use and one of the best ways to save money? We all have on, in fact, you have a calendar on your phone, computer, and possibly a paper one. If you want a paper one, there is a free paper calendar in this post. The truth is you are most likely wondering how to save money using a calendar. The first thing I want you to do on your calendar is put events that are going to ...

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Get Organized with Marie Kondo and Ebay Valet

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Disclosure: This is a sponsored post on behalf of eBay and The Motherhood . All thoughts and opinions expressed in this post are my own, and I hope you enjoy them. Get Organized with Marie Kondo and Make Money with eBay Valet We have been talking about me a lot. I told you I am working on my mind, body, and spirit. I am also working on creating a space of my own. I find that my life is cluttered with responsibilities and stuff. I have so much stuff I can't see what is important. This need ...

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Back to School Teacher’s Discounts

Back to School Teacher's Discounts

Back to School Teacher's Discounts It's that time of year and many people are getting ready for back to school. One group of people are probably out there spending more than even the most last-minute school supply shopping mom: teachers. Teachers have more shopping to do at this time of year than anyone else. So below we have listed some great Back to School Teacher's Discounts that are just for them! ...

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How to Save Money When Eating Gluten Free

How to Save Money When Eating Gluten Free

How to Save Money When Eating Gluten Free Tips on How to Save Money When Eating Gluten Free After being diagnosed with chronic lymes disease and babesia I decided to change my diet to that of gluten/sugar/dairy free, you can read my story here. It's quite heavy on the budget so to sustain my Gluten Free Diet I became more and more interested in making some of our staples rather than purchasing them. I've become a pro at making our own almond milk and coconut milk, almond butter, jelly, and ...

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How to Organize your Home on a Budget

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Disclosure: This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of DollarTree. However, these are my real messes and my real solutions for how to organize your home on a budget. My $11 Home Organization Project My Real Advice Gal tip when it comes to home organization is to just start. Start somewhere and start small. Personally, when I am facing a big job and I just don't know where to start I can get overwhelmed, then I shut down, and decide to pretend the job doesn't really need to ...

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Hotel Peninsula Quilted Mattress Pad Review

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Mattress Pad Make an old mattress still useful by adding a mattress pad. The Hotel Peninsula Quilted Mattress Pad is 100% cotton pad, which adds a soft layer of comfort while protecting the bed. It fits mattresses up to 20” and are machine washable. Dimensions: Twin (39”x75”x20”) Full (43”x75”x20”) Queen (60”x80”x20”) King (78”x80”x20”) California king (72”x84”x20”) You can buy it here >>> Hotel Peninsula Quilted Mattress Pad See more Mattress Reviews! Also check out ...

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