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How to Get Your Financial Life Back On Track in 2016

  December 3

The following post written by staff writer, Kayla. If that headline hits home for you, it’s probably because you’ve tried and failed to get your financial life on track in years past. Believe me when I say you are not alone. This is definitely something I’m constantly struggling with too. Almost everybody has multiple recoveries … Continued
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5 Ways to Save Money on Holiday Shopping

  October 29

This post is by staff writer Kayla and sponsored by DollarDig but all opinions are genuine. The holidays are officially right around the corner. That means two things: it’s time for holiday food and holiday shopping. Now, much as I can wax poetic about my love for mashed potatoes at Thanksgiving and flavored hot chocolate throughout … Continued

4 Financial Mistakes I’ve Made and What I Learned From Them

  October 22

This post is by staff writer, Kayla. Even though I’m a personal finance blogger, I’ve made some financial mistakes. I think we all have and sometimes they are even pretty recent ones. Sharing them, as my friend Alexa did here, just makes us seem more human to those who read our blog. They know that … Continued

Why We Decided to Tell our Kids How Much We Earn

  June 12

The following is a guest post from a friend of mine, blogger and freelance writer, Kristi Muse. Take it away Kristi! As a child, I never knew how much my parents earned. I was 100% in the dark financially. I was 10 years old before I understood that water was not, in fact, a free amenity. … Continued
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Does Summer Make You Spend More? 3 Ideas to Keep Summer Frugal

  June 11

Today’s post is by staff writer, Kayla. Summer is the time of year where I miss being a kid the most. The first summer after college graduation was the absolute worst. You see, I had grown accustomed to work full-time during the summer because that’s what I did during college to make extra money when I … Continued
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How to Spend $50 a Week on Groceries

  January 16

If you want to learn how to spend $50 a week on groceries, you should first know that if I can do it, you can do it! If you look at any of my previous budgets, you’ll notice the hubs and I spent a ridiculous amount of money on food last year. $700… $600….plus eating out … Continued

I’m 28, and I’ve Never Had a Credit Card. Ever.

  September 16

Hi everyone! Hope y’all are having a great week! I didn’t mean to leave you hanging by leaving out a blonde pic of myself last week! It’s nothing fancy – just a few highlights! – but I hadn’t washed my hair in a while so it wasn’t looking too purty. I will get to it. … Continued

How To Use Cloth Diapers

  August 18

Some of you said I was crazy. My Dad said I wouldn’t last a week. There have been times I couldn’t stand the sight of one more diaper, but ultimately I learned how to use cloth diapers very quickly, and they’ve been a life saver in so many ways. Over the past few months, I’ve … Continued

5 Tips for Scoring Big at Thrift Stores

  July 9

Please welcome my friend Alice, who I actually got to meet in real life! Alice is a personal finance and fashion blogger in Baton Rouge, LA. She blogs at Earning My Two Cents and What I Really Wear. Enjoy… Thrift shopping can be a great way to save money and expand your wardrobe. Plus, it’s … Continued

Saving Money Isn’t for the Sleep Deprived

  June 23

Why is it that I always have these random breakdowns in the grocery store? Seriously, remember that time I almost cried over the chip aisle after I returned to the USA from Grenada? Yesterday was kind of like that except way less fun because I didn’t go home with chips. Despite being up all night … Continued
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