How Much Do Errands REALLY Cost You?

Tweet When I was getting out of debt, I heard that you should consolidate all of your errands into one trip to save money. That sounded like a good idea, but I never put much energy into it. Gas was a necessity to me. It was always a generous amount in the budget just in […]

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Carnivals and Really Cool Links

Tweet Lots of Carnivals and Festivals this week! The first was the Festival of Frugality – Earth Week Edition and the second was Carnival of Personal Finance at Studenomics. I always found it funny that they were called carnivals and festivals, but they really are. A bunch of really great people getting together sharing their content in a cool and […]

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How I Quit My Job and Now Live My Passion

Tweet This is the final part of my series of how I became debt free and quit my job. Here is Part 1 and Part 2. Enjoy! Some of you may have issues with this statement. I wake up every morning so excited to start my day. When I used to work 9-5, I hated […]

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What I Did With a $10,000 Refund

Tweet This year our taxes went extremely well. Every part of the process was, dare I say, enjoyable. We found a new tax accountant. The most incredible thing was, she did our taxes while we were there. Normally as a small business it can take weeks to have my taxes completed. She actually did them […]

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Carnival Of Personal Finance – Round Up

Tweet Another great carnival this week. I’m always so impressed by the thought put into each carnival by the host. This week was hosted by Punch Debt in the Face. Ninja is an amazing stick figure artist and great blogger. Everyone should go and check out his site. My favorites of the lot this week: […]

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3 Tips to Categorize Your Virtual Money

Tweet My son has three piggy banks. Well two piggy banks and a fish bank. One is for saving, one is for spending and one is for giving. When he receives money for a holiday we sit down with him and his piggy banks and figure out how much goes in each one. It’s easy […]

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Q&A from a Frugal Blogger

Tweet What do you do when someone asks you questions about frugality? Answer them! Frublogger emailed me Q&A with a few great questions about frugality and what it means to me. Take a look at her article with 42 Money Lessons from 19 Very Frugal Bloggers. She asked the top personal finance bloggers for their […]

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What Type of Spender are You?

Tweet Everyone spends money. Whether you like it or not, whether you think it is good, bad or ugly, we all use it. You can learn a lot about what items lure you to spend money by taking a look at your habits. When you analyze your spending habits you can start to understand what […]

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Millionaire Links – Carnival Edition

Tweet MightBargainHunter.com has the new Carnival of Personal Finance: Unanswered Questions Edition up today. It details the new site Cash Commons which is a great resource to have your questions answered on personal finance (or give back, and answer some). I also am very excited because I was chosen as an editor’s pick for How […]

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