Despite the fact that I’ve been in declutter mode lately, I find I want a fair amount of new things. For instance, I want a new phone (and have wanted one for at least last September.) And I think I’ve found one that will be a pretty decent bargain for me: Amazon’s Prime Exclusive Moto G […]
With only a few days left in 2016, a lot of us are thinking about our New Year’s Resolutions, and a lot of us have our finances in mind. Including me. I’ve reviewed my resolutions from last year. I had three: Increase my movement, increase my income, and control my spending. You know what? I […]
This is the year: You’ve vowed to stay within your Christmas budget. This is the holiday season you won’t be paying down well into next year. This year, you’re limiting your spending and keeping Christmas well within your means.
You’ve made out your list, scoped the circulars and perused your emails to find the best deals for each person on your list. You go to the right store on the right day, determined to get that must-have pair of boots on your list at the excellent advertised price. Don’t fall victim to these common Christmas budget busters along the way.
Staying within your Christmas Budget is a lot easier when you shop thoughtfully. Use these 3 strategies to make the most of your holiday shopping dollars.
We’ve posted our monthly review and roundup for June: another savings success for Little Bit, how I almost spent my Amazon credit (and probably avoided a big disappointment), and a quick review of Abigail Perry’s book Frugality for Depressives
A book addiction can get expensive pretty easily, so use these 11 tricks to save money while feeding your reading habit.
In years past, I was guilty of serious overspending at Christmas. Four tweaks to my holiday shopping routine are saving me a lot of money and stress without making me feel like the Grinch
Maybe your budget buster is sweet treats. Maybe it’s anything pumpkin, or gingerbread, or peppermint. Maybe it’s seasonal beer or wine.
‘Tis the season for Beaujolais Noveau, right?
Your grocery budget goes out the window. Hey, you can only get these festive items once a year. You have to take advantage while you can.
Or do you?
So, what do you do with a kid for a 6 week track out staycation? I need to come up with a plan that keeps my daughter busy and entertained, and here’s the 15 ideas I came up with for her November/December track out.