How to Cut Your Cable Bill

Posted by Kristen on September 22, 2014

When you’re trying to get out of debt or increase your savings, the two ways to do both is by increasing your income and cutting your spending. On the list of items you could potentially cut, is your cable bill. If you’re spending $100 per month on your bill, imagine if that money was going […]

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8 Free Ways to Watch Movies

Posted by Kristen on September 17, 2014

Whether you’re trying to get out of debt, you want to save more money, or you are trying to simplify your life, it doesn’t mean the fun needs to stop. Finding free things to do is the best way to still have fun while sticking to your budget and keeping your spending in check. In […]

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How to Use Walmart’s Savings Catcher Program

Posted by Amanda on September 4, 2014

Walmart is back again with a new savings program that will hopefully lower the prices for thousands of families. Well, sort of. It’s not that they are lowering their prices through the Saving’s Catcher Program, but rather they are willing to pay you the difference between their price and a lower competitor’s price in the […]

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8 Tricks You Should Learn From Extreme Couponers

Posted by Kristen on August 18, 2014

If you’ve read my article on 10 TV shows to watch to save money, you might have jumped on board with watching Extreme Couponing. The show is based on coupon lovers who don’t just save a few bucks, but they save hundreds with coupons. Even if you aren’t interested in going to the extreme, here […]

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The funny thing about memories is that you don’t need to spend lots of money or go to lots of far places to make them. In fact, some of the best memories can be made right in your own backyard! The most important thing is to be fully engaged in any activity that you pursue, […]

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3 Basic Rules to Be a Budget Friendly Cook

Posted by Kristen on July 28, 2014

Finding ways to save money on food is on every budget conscious person’s mind, and rightfully so. Eating and drinking is something we have to budget for on a daily basis, and it can significantly add up if you’re not thinking about it. The first tip people generally give to save money on food is […]

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How to Find Coupons for Groceries

Posted by Kristen on July 24, 2014

While watching Extreme Couponers one day, I was amazed at the amount of coupons they always have. Since I felt like I rarely come across that abundance of coupons, I decided to start making more of an effort to find coupons to save more money on my grocery bill. How to Find Coupons for Groceries […]

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5 Practical Wedding Tips from the Tightwad Gazette

Posted by Amanda on July 21, 2014

Amy Dacyczyn allowed her creative juices to flow when it came to frugal living. She began a newsletter, called The Tightwad Gazette, in 1990 and ran it until late December 1996. Her name became synonymous with frugality, cheap living, and being a tightwad, and her books have lived on (and probably will continue to do […]

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How to Get a Free Trial from Netflix

Posted by Madison on July 16, 2014

Adrienne mentioned in How to Get Rid of Cable and Still Watch TV that they picked up a subscription to Netflix. Meanwhile I’ve heard from countless friends that their new favorite shows are House of Cards and Orange is the New Black. However, since they are Netflix original series you can’t watch them without a […]

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5 More Tips To Save At The Grocery Store

Posted by Kristen on July 14, 2014

Saving money on food is a tough task since it’s a huge part of each day. While you may have reduced going out to eat at restaurants or stopped or limited fast food to save money, there is still the grocery bill to battle. Grocery bills can add up fast and be quite large, but […]

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