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12 Budget Online Boutiques to Bookmark Right Away

So I enjoy being frugal… But I also enjoy looking good. I mean we all do, right? I cut out every single thing from my budget including shopping for clothes when I first started budgeting. While it helped me pay off debt and save, sticking to a very bare bones budget for the looooooooong-term wore me out and I started feeling kinda miserable. So I brought back in a few treats and one of those

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

One of my missions in life is 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

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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

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10 Free Fat-Burning Workouts You Can Do Right Now

I lost 20 pounds over the past summer thanks in part to fat-burning workouts. Now, 20 pounds may not be a lot for someone who’s tall, but I’m 5’2. Being short and 20 pounds overweight is noticeable and not noticeable in a good way. (Think Snooki during her Jersey Shore partying days compared to now.) I lost weight through a combination of eating better, drinking better, and working out. There were no expensive gimmicks, teas,

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35 Day Holiday Savings Challenge

That time of year is right around the corner once again folks, so we need to start thinking holiday savings! It’s the time of year where we buy gifts for kids and relatives, eat a ridiculous amount of food, attend holiday parties, and drink boozy booze. You know the deal. A bunch of money spent.  My husband and I both have birthdays in November, so the holiday always signifies good cheer, but also birthday festivities. This

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How to Use a Buddy Pass for Travel Savings

Hey, friends! I’m back in action. I was away for a hot minute while preparing to attend the #FinCon16 conference in San Diego. FinCon is a huge financial conference that happens every year where money nerds get together to talk about media. Since the conference, I’ve been scheming and plotting about what I want to do with this blog and how I can best serve you. But, that’s not why you’re here. Let’s get into