Shopping

Last week I got a $119 Microsoft backpack which will end up costing me only a few dollars tax.  How? It was already 50% off but Staples ran a special where all backpacks were free after rebate.  The rebate didn’t even require a mail-in and I immediately submitted it online. This time of year there […]

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Last year I shared how to save money with Groupon which is a daily deal site. Adility Daily Deal is another site that has resulted in savings on things I would have bought at higher prices anyway. What is Adility? It’s a competitor site to Groupon that offers weekday emails with one bargain service in […]

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  Garage or yard sales can be a way to find  needed items both inexpensively and fun.  All the items in my grandma toy box were bought at garage sales or given to me. None cost more than a dollar and our grandson Alex loves them. In the smaller city where my mom and sister live you can practically […]

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Art on a Budget

by Kay Lynn

By the looks of the walls in our home, you might think we just moved in.  We did….almost three years ago.  We wanted to upgrade our living room decor but haven’t been proactive about it. One of the goals I set at the beginning of the year was to address the plain walls.  Repurposing ideas […]

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This is a guest post by Sarah Harris from Massage Therapy.  Find massage therapy salary information on her site. When did going to the movies get so expensive?  Between buying tickets for your family, paying for parking, and purchasing popcorn, candy, and drinks, you feel like you just put a down payment on a house.  You swear you […]

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