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What does frugal mean to you? A blogger I read the other day indicated behaviors aren’t frugal unless it was do-it-yourself (DIY).  So If I combined coupons with a store sale to save big time on laundry soap that was not frugal.  In order to be frugal, the laundry soap had to be home-made. Frugal […]

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I believe vacations are essential to physical wellness and good mental health. The time away from work is essential to recharging so I can go back with new energy and creativity. However, when trying to keep my gazelle intensity vacation is not a big segment of my budget. Next week I am taking a brief girls trip […]

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August Wrap-Up

by Kay Lynn

It’s September and school has started and some parts of the country already are enjoying cooler weather.  This August wrap-up includes online income, lending club news, a movie review and an update on our new TV. Online Income I continued selling books on Half.com and earned $46.54.  I did not sell anything on Ebay due to […]

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What an exciting week! A local team, the Park View Little League All-Stars from Chula Vista, won the Little League World Series. The entire San Diego metropolitan area was rooting for these guys and it’s given us pride and joy to see them play each game. It was also an exciting week for me as […]

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We bought our newest car, a Hyundai Sonata that I love, a little over three years ago at a time that when car dealers were not offering low interest rates (even for the high FICO people like Mr. Boomer and I).   So I went shopping for a car loan and ended up at Costco.  No, not […]

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