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21 Cheap Things To Do On the Weekend When You’re B…

Do you experience this weird cycle? You wait all week long for the weekend. And then when the weekend comes, you don’t know WTH to do… Yea, same here. We’ve been living in the ‘burbs for the last year and a half now. This is a big change for me. I’m used to more urban environments. The type of environment where you can roll out of bed, stroll through the apartment lobby door, and walk two

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The 7-Step Social Media Cleanse (to Be More Produc…

Social media is a blessing and a curse. It connects us with long-lost relatives and friends. But, it also gives us constant access to: Hundreds of Jones’s displaying their life highlights Social media “personalities” that don’t seem to have any type of real job Various advertisements We get a very brief peak into the lives of others or the life that people want us to see. This small glimpse can influence you to buy things

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4 Online Savings Accounts to Put Your Savings In

So, we’ve talked a lot of about saving on this blog. We’ve discussed saving when you’re broke and how to start a budget that’ll help you save more money. The question now is: Where should you put your savings? A regular ol’ checking account isn’t a good place. Why? If your savings is in the same place as the money you use for bills and other spending, there’s a good chance that you’ll spend more

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How I Lowered My Comcast Bill By Over $300 for 2017

My missions in life are to: 1.) Discover ways to save the most money possible, and 2.) Report my findings to you. BillFixers is one of those findings, friends! In my recent post on how to create a budget, I briefly talked about ways to cut your monthly bills so you have more money for other things like saving or repaying debt. If you’ve tried unsuccessfully to reduce your bills, you should consider turning to BillFixers

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How to Make 2017 Your Big Year – For Real This Tim…

It’s the end of another year. So, you’ve probably seen a whole lot of the obligatory “New Year, new me” related social media posts. And it makes sense. A New Year is a fresh start and 12 new months to fulfill your goals, so it feels like anything is possible. But, according to a study, not many people succeed. If you’ve set annual resolutions goals for the last few years that haven’t exactly worked out,

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Why You Should Give a Damn About Your Credit Score

Credit score, shmedit score. I’ll be honest, I wasn’t too worried about my credit score when I first entered adulthood. I figured it was something I could work on improving later down the road when I got my life together. Of course, when situations started to come up where my credit score matter, not caring about it in the past had some annoying ramifications. (P.S. If you need your credit score for free, get it