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3 Ways to Save Money on Transportation

3 Ways to Save Money on Transportation

| March 6, 2016 | 0 Comments

Transportation costs account for a significant level of spending for most families, so it pays to take a close look at sums spent on cars and other transportation costs. Each individual uses transportation to meet his or her unique needs, so there is no single “right” way to make your way from point A to […]

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Tips For Getting Started With Online Trading

Tips For Getting Started With Online Trading

| March 4, 2016 | 1 Comment

Every day, millions of people sit down at their computers to engage in online trading. Some of these people are trying to earn enough money to live on, while others are just trying to supplement their existing income. No matter why you are interested in this activity, you need to make sure that you take […]

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How to Save Your Salary – The Struggle of Being a Millennial

How to Save Your Salary – The Struggle of Being a Millennial

| February 2, 2016 | 1 Comment

Although everyone deals with this problem, for some reason millennials have it worse. It’s probably because we are slowly moving towards a greater threat dubbed as the “midlife crisis”. Before I lecture you about how to save your salary, let’s clarify one thing. I’m not a professional. Not so long ago, I was an impulse […]

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3 Easy Ways Eating Healthy Saves You Money (+ Some Easy Recipes)

3 Easy Ways Eating Healthy Saves You Money (+ Some Easy Recipes)

| December 25, 2014 | 2 Comments

Hi there, Caitlyn here with quick some tips on how to keep your food spending from getting out of control, especially during the holiday season. One truth about me is, if I’m not thinking about where my money is going, I’m thinking about what I’m going to eat. We all have to eat every day, […]

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Can You Be Frugal and Generous at the Same Time?

Can You Be Frugal and Generous at the Same Time?

| December 5, 2014 | 5 Comments

Today’s post comes from my good friend Caitlyn. She and I have gotten to know each other over the past few months. She looks to me as somewhat of an inspiration and I look to her as someone with huge potential to achieve her dreams if she keeps at it. Caitlyn, like you and me, […]

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How to Live on $20,000 a Year without Mooching off of Anyone

How to Live on $20,000 a Year without Mooching off of Anyone

| February 24, 2014 | 31 Comments

During 2011, my first year after getting out of debt, I spent just over $20,000 for the entire year. Most importantly, I didn’t mooch off of anyone. This article breaks down the process for you, step-by-step, so you get cut your spending to $20,000 per year and get out of any financial disaster you may […]

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It’s NOT About Dollars per Item, It’s About Total Dollars Spent

It’s NOT About Dollars per Item, It’s About Total Dollars Spent

| February 10, 2014 | 21 Comments

So I was at Walmart the other day with a friend, picking up some groceries and household supplies to tidy up my apartment (you know, get it smelling all fresh and what not). When we hit the paper towel isle, my friend took the biggest package of toilet paper I had ever seen off the […]

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It’s All In the Habits: How I Live Cheap and Create My Own Freedom

It’s All In the Habits: How I Live Cheap and Create My Own Freedom

| September 26, 2013 | 43 Comments

These days, I get to wake up without an alarm clock. I get to work on things I care about every day. I get to spend as much time with my family and friends as I want to. I’m eating better than I ever have, exercising more often than ever and spending all kinds of […]

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100 Benefits of Living Below Your Means

100 Benefits of Living Below Your Means

| August 12, 2013 | 34 Comments

As quite possibly the world’s biggest fan of living below your means and the benefits it can bring, I’ve decided to end the debate today on whether living below your means is a good idea or not. The truth is out and living below your means just happens to be one of the best things […]

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