Does the Nest Learning Thermostat Really Save Money?

Posted by Madison on April 22, 2013

There are a few products in my life that I think are incredible money savers. We all know the Ooma phone is my personal favorite. Last Christmas, I gave my husband a Nest Learning Thermostat which I am hoping will make my short list of products that save us money. To celebrate Earth Day, I […]

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How to Find the Best Deals on Electricity

Posted by Amanda on April 18, 2013

Do you live in an area where electricity has been deregulated, meaning you sift through hundreds of electricity offers every time your contract is up? From someone who does, I can honestly say that it is both a blessing and a curse. Trying to figure out the best cost per kilowatt in light of baseline […]

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Turn Your Spring Cleaning into Extra Cash

Posted by Kristen on April 17, 2013

Spring is one of my favorite seasons. Days are longer, weather is warmer, and the sun shines. I also love spring because it means spring cleaning. It’s a chance to get organized, reduce clutter and chaos, and it’s also a way to make extra money by selling items you’re not using anymore. Personally, spring cleaning […]

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Extreme Ways to Save Money

Posted by Kristen on March 11, 2013

When I’m looking for inspiration for personal finance tips to write about or want my own tips for myself, sometimes I flip on the television to watch a certain show that gives inspiration on saving. Watching TLC’s Extreme Couponing or Extreme Cheapskates makes me realize just exactly what I would not be willing to do […]

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Where to Find Coupons for Your Favorite Products

Posted by Amanda on February 28, 2013

We’ve all read or watched stories of people who are able to walk out of stores with ten Tide detergents for $5.00 to round out their huge stockpiles at home. If you watch them at the cash register, they hand over a stack of coupons as thick as playbooks. Have you ever wondered how they […]

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10 Free or Cheap Winter Activities

Posted by Kristen on February 21, 2013

Earlier, I did an article on 11 fun, free or cheap activities to do during winter at home. I mentioned how it’s so easy to find free things in summer to do since the weather is warm and the days are long. Winter is a little more difficult though. And as much as I do […]

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Valentine’s Day Freebies

Posted by Madison on February 14, 2013

It’s Valentine’s Day! As with all holidays, retailers are celebrating today with Valentine’s Day freebies! Here are some free Valentine ideas and deals for Valentine’s Day 2013. Valentine’s Day Food Freebies Qdoba: Buy one, get one free entree when you kiss someone in line at the register. You don’t need the coupon. Pretzelmaker. Free Heart-Shaped […]

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7 Free Valentine’s Day Date Ideas

Posted by Kristen on February 6, 2013

Having a nice time with our significant others doesn’t, and shouldn’t be, sacrificed to save money or get out of debt we’re in. And on the other hand, having fun shouldn’t be the cause of debt either. With Valentine’s Day just over a week away here are some free Valentine’s Day date ideas. Photo Courtesy: […]

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How to Save Money on Gas

Posted by Nick on January 30, 2013

Gas is expensive. Wait, what was that? Did I hear a collective “Well duh!” Oh, sorry, I didn’t know it was such a well known fact! All kidding aside, we’re all struggling right now to fill our tanks. I know I cringe whenever I look at that digital screen that tells me how much the […]

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11 Free or Cheap Winter Activities at Home

Posted by Kristen on January 23, 2013

During summer, I’m set. My love for finding fun stuff to do but still saving money is pretty simple. The warm weather makes it easy to swim, go for a bike ride, take long walks or hikes, play tennis, have picnics, and barbecue all outside for free or cheap. But now that it’s winter and […]

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