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How to Have a Budget-Friendly Wedding in Your Way

By Jurgen / January 24, 2019

Wedding bliss comes with a lot of excitement and happiness and also money drain. Figuring out a wedding that can stand out as a budgeted affair is a bit tricky task but can be accomplished with a bit of smartness and efforts. It is usually seen that despite how hard you may try, one may […]

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6 Easy Ways to Make Your Clothes Last Longer

By Kayla / August 4, 2015

Now that I’m living with a capsule wardrobe, I am beginning to see how quickly clothes can wear out when you don’t have many of them. That combined with the fact that I’m on a self-imposed shopping ban until the end of the year means that I have to find as many ways to make […]

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The Absolute Best Way to Set a Beauty Budget

By Disha / July 26, 2015

Just the other day, I was putting on my makeup when I noticed that I’ve been using the same foundation for well over a year. I don’t know when it happened but somewhere along the way I started to wear makeup much less. I purchased really nice MAC foundation and waterproof mascara right before I […]

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4 Ways to Save Money and Improve Your Health

By Kayla / June 23, 2015

Have you ever really looked at what most people’s goals are? What about their New Year’s Resolutions? Most people’s goals tend to be focused around one of two things: health or wealth. Every year people set goals to become healthier, lose weight, or save money. But what if you could save money and improve your […]

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Money Matters at Every Age

By Kayla / May 29, 2015

Money matters change as we grow. When you are a teenager, you may be worried about saving for college, buying a car or hanging out with your friends. By age 50, you are likely wondering whether you saved enough for retirement and if you have saved enough money to help your children with college. Tackling […]

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Extra Aid for Single Parents

By Kayla / May 27, 2015

The content below is specific to Australia but provides readers of other countries examples of what type of single parent assistance programs that may be available to them. Most developed countries have non-profit and government resource to help single parents financially. If you are a single parent and you are already receiving aid from the […]

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Five Tips to Save Money on Your Wedding

By Kayla / February 11, 2015

Did you know that the average cost of a wedding is about $30,000? When many couples think of such an expensive price tag, they immediately start considering which friends and family members they should cross off the guest list. However, there are some ways you can save money on your wedding so you can still […]

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Why You Should NOT Wash Your Hair Everyday

By Kayla / January 14, 2015

I get complimented on my hair all the time. One of the reasons I get compliments (I think) is because I always have my hair styled when I leave the house. Because I have a short hairstyle, I also get my hair cut every 6 weeks so it never starts look frizzy or overgrown. I […]

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6 Things I’ll Do Once I’m Done Paying Visa and Mastercard

By Disha / September 1, 2014

Here are 6 things that I plan to do once I’m finished handing all of my money to credit card companies like Visa and Mastercard. #1: Use my credit card as little as possible. Instead of looking at my newly paid-off card as free money that I can spend doing whatever I like, I am […]

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Space-Saving Tip of the Day

By Disha / June 9, 2014

Tip of the Day: Furniture takes up a lot of space, so make yours pull double-duty. Three favorites: 1) Pull-out sofa beds, 2) Bed frames with storage drawers underneath, and 3) Ottomans with interior storage. These pieces of furniture provide great ways to maximize your storage without using any extra space.

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