October 21, 2014

#Couponing For Beginners: Do’s and Don’ts


You do not have to pack your house with 900 rolls of toilet paper or 80 bottles of shampoo to make use of coupons. Forget what you have seen on television and take a step in the money saving direction. Do: Take your coupons with you on every shopping trip. You never know when an unadvertised … [Read more...]

Valentine’s Day on a Budget


Valentine’s Day is one of the biggest gift buying holidays. It has also become a time to tell the one we love how much we love them by showering them with gifts. I think the old saying, Money can’t buy love, should make you think twice about how much you need to spend to let the one you love know … [Read more...]

Save Time and Money with Your Crock Pot


During the first few months of the year, my schedule gets really busy. I have one child who plays basketball for his school and two other kids who are on a dance team that performs during halftime for these and other games. So, by the time my kids get home from school and get ready to go to the … [Read more...]

Eating Healthy on a Budget


One of the top New Year’s Resolutions made by people is to lose weight and/ or eat healthier. Many people give up after the first day of working on this goal. There are so many excuses people give as to why they cannot eat healthier, but one I hear a lot is that it cost too much money to eat … [Read more...]

Holiday Online Shopping Can Save You Time and Money


Cyber Monday is the Monday after Black Friday. This day gives retailers online a chance to make money and give great deals to online customers. I like shopping online instead of going out on Black Friday because I do not have to wait in a long line in the cold weather to get the deal I want and I … [Read more...]