Monthly Archives: October 2016

Grocery Shopping Mistakes That May Cost You More

Grocery shopping is a chore that everyone needs to master if you want to save money and time.  I, myself, am guilty of always, always overspending at the grocery store.  Thanks, to unnecessary purchases that aren’t even on my grocery … Continue reading

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5 Helpful Financial Tips for Newlyweds

Money is a major problem in most marriages and one of the most common reasons for divorce.  That’s why newlyweds should really take time and understand how they should deal and manage their finances as a couple to avoid such … Continue reading

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6 Helpful Bulk-Buying Tips That You Should Know

Buying items in bulk can help you save tons of money if done correctly.  It’s an art that you need to master to avoid an opposite result which is to cost you more money.  I’m not a money expert but … Continue reading

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5 Ways to Save on Halloween This Year

171 million Americans are planning to celebrate Halloween 2016 and according to National Retail Federation’s annual survey, an average of $8.3 billion will be spent this year which is about $83 per person.  This amount includes candies, decorations and costume.  … Continue reading

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The Basics of Household Budgeting

Whether you are an 18 year old who is finally moving out of your parents’ house or someone who is starting a new life with your partner or probably a young professional who just got her own place, establishing a … Continue reading

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6 Cheap Date Ideas That Aren’t Netflix and Chill

We can’t shrug off the fact that dates can be pretty expensive these days.  But let’s admit it, spending date nights with your significant other is important to keep the spark in the relationship and trying new things together is … Continue reading

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