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Prepare Now for the Holidays!

October 22nd 2015 by
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With fall here, the holidays are right around the corner. We’re taught from a young age that we shouldn’t procrastinate, and the holidays are no exception. Take some time to plan early in order to save the most money. Start Making Lists Write down everyone you need to buy for and jot down any ideas you have for them. For those you have no clue what to get, reach out and ask them to start sharing! You should also write down any special holiday events (parties, dinners, etc.) you’re expecting to attend. Create a Budget Once you know approximately how many…

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8 Ways to Save Money this Halloween

October 15th 2015 by
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Halloween is not usually thought of as an expensive holiday. It comes right after the much more expensive Back to School season, and before the most expensive holiday season. But Halloween can do some damage to your wallet. It’s estimated an average of $75 per person is spent on Halloween! If you have a large family, that can quickly add up. Here’s how to cut your costs this year. DIY Decorations Before you groan, you should seriously consider this one. Halloween is one holiday where you don’t need to worry about things looking pretty. It’s perfectly okay if things look…

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Save Money with These BBQ Tips!

May 21st 2015 by
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BBQ season is here! Don’t let your plans hurt your finances. Follow these suggestions for a successful, budget-friendly BBQ. Pick Produce that’s In-Season Produce is much cheaper when you buy in-season. Here are some examples of what you should get and when: Spring: asparagus, swiss chard, mushrooms, collard greens Summer: corn, eggplant, zucchini, tomatoes Fall: kale, pumpkins, sweet potatoes, bell peppers Click here for a full list per season. Make Your Own Rubs and Sauces Instead of purchasing commercial rubs or sauces, try making your own. They usually require simple ingredients and are easy to make. You can search for…

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9 Gifts That Last For Years

December 18th 2014 by
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Don’t know what to get someone on your list? Or are you looking for gifts that have long-term value? Traditional gifts tend to have limited shelf lives. Food is a one-time enjoyment experience. Games, movies and books can be enjoyed multiple times, but interest tends to wane over time. Even electronics are usually upgraded every year or two. Here are gifts that will stand the test of time: Multi-Tool The following are usually present in a good multi-tool: screwdrivers, needle-nose pliers, file, wire cutter, bottle opener, can opener and wire stripper. Sometimes you’ll even find more than these. This is…

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9 Holiday Shopping Tips

November 25th 2014 by
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Like many others, this is my favorite season. Nothing beats the holiday festivities and spending time with loved ones. The season also brings an experience that can be fun, frustrating and stressful: holiday shopping. If you’re feeling more of the negative side this season, here are ways to make it easier: Make a List Figure out all the people you need to get gifts for and write down a few ideas for each person. Going out with a shopping list will help you avoid splurging on gifts (for them or yourself). Making a list also helps curb spending when grocery…

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