How to Make the Most of Decluttering for Your Move

March 15, 2012

Tweet Mike recently announced that his house is on the market.  No doubt preparing to put your house on the market is a difficult endeavor.  You have to spend a great deal of time decluttering and making cosmetic changes to your home.  This includes removing your personal items so the buyers can imagine themselves in [...]

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Five Ways to Save at Your Local Grocery Store

March 12, 2012

Tweet If you do most of your shopping at a local grocery store, you know that the high prices can really add up. Although there are some items you will have to pay full price for, there are many ways to save on others. Extreme Couponing You have seen the television shows and specials. You [...]

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Our House is on the Market!

March 7, 2012

Tweet Lately I’ve been having a really hard time trying to keep up with all the responsibilities of being a blogger.  Part of the reason is that I’ve taken on new responsibilities at my day job and so I’ve had less time to read other blogs  or brainstorm and research article ideas.  But the bigger [...]

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Protecting Your Identity Online

February 24, 2012

Tweet This is a guest post by Libby Balke, head staff writer for Smart Money Focus. There she writes about finances and family life as a full-time online entrepreneur. If you enjoy this article, feel free to jump over to Smart Money Focus and check it out. Do you want to know a secret? Promise [...]

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A Guide to Self-Invested Personal Pensions

February 23, 2012

Tweet This is a guest post. SIPPs are an increasingly popular form of pension amongst the population in the UK and they can be an excellent arrangement for the right person although they are not right for everyone. In essence, a SIPP is just a more flexible form of personal pension, the main benefit being [...]

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Why You May Want to Make the Choice to Use Cash

February 13, 2012

Tweet Not that long ago, cash was the only way to pay for your purchases.  In fact, the first credit cards were used in 1951. My, how times have changed in 60 years. While my grandparents lived on a strict budget and did without things they could not afford, my generation and the generation behind [...]

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Stopping Phantom Energy Loss Dead In Its Tracks

February 8, 2012

Tweet Run an Energy Audit on Your Home and You’ll Be Shocked at How Much Power You’re Wasting I don’t want to alarm you, but right now as you read this…there are vampires in your home. No, I don’t mean 400-year old Transylvanian men with a cape fetish.  The vampires I am talking about are [...]

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5 Easy Ways to Make Your Business Green

February 6, 2012

Tweet The following post is from Marissa over at Thirty Six Months. She talks about learning to invest, saving and paying off her student loans. What does “Green” mean to you? How do you define it?  There is a fantastic movement towards sustainable development, and eco-friendly, Green, businesses are the new trend. Not only is [...]

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Frugal Ways to Hire a Babysitter

February 2, 2012

Tweet Are you and your significant other in need of a night out on the town?  Do you need to go to an appointment and can’t bring the kids?  If you are a parent, especially if you don’t live near family, you will inevitably find that you need a babysitter, at least every once in [...]

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Organizing a Baby Pool

January 31, 2012

Tweet Baby pools are a fun way to get your friends and family more involved and excited about your new baby’s birth.  They’re pretty easy to run and you can even outsource the details if you don’t feel like running the pool yourself.  Here’s how to get your baby pool, also known as a pregnancy [...]

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