Destinations, Traveling on a Budget

5 Free Attractions in Las Vegas

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What happens in Vegas, stays in Vegas. But what stays in Vegas doesn’t have to be your money. Whether you’re just looking for a cheap vacation, or you’ve already blown your entire vacation budget after just two hours at the blackjack table, there are plenty of budget-friendly things to do in Sin City. We just recently took a trip to Vegas, and while we splurged a little, many of the things we did cost little to no money. Here are 5 free attractions in Las Vegas. Continue Reading

Free Ebooks, Free Stuff, Uncategorized

Free Ebooks: Thought I knew you, Essential Oils Guide, plus more!

Free Kindle Books

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Frugal Living

95 Frugal Date Ideas for your next date night

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It can be pretty tough to find new or fun things to do when you’re living on a tight budget. You don’t have to drain your wallet at fancy restaurants to have a good time with your significant other. If you look past the typical dinner and a movie, you’ll find there are a number of things you can do together that are frugal and fun. Frugality doesn’t mean sucky dates! There are plenty of affordable and entertaining date ideas you can do. After all, spending time together is what REALLY matters, not how much you’re spending. Continue Reading

Couponing, Frugal Living, Money Saving Tips

How to start building a stockpile for beginners

ATLANTA GEORGIA - March 5 2015: Photo of well stocked pantry ready for winter
ATLANTA GEORGIA - March 5 2015: Photo of well stocked pantry ready for winter

Stockpiling isn’t just something you do to prepare for a zombie apocalypse, it can also help reduce your grocery bill significantly. Ask any “extreme” couponer what their secret to saving money is, and they’ll likely tell you it’s stockpiling. 

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Free Ebooks, Free Stuff

Free Ebooks: How to Get Organized, plus more!

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Homemaking, Meal Planning

The Best Restaurant Copycat Recipes on the internet

Homemade Fried Bloomin Onion with Dipping Sauce
Homemade Fried Bloomin Onion with Dipping Sauce

Restaurants are like my kryptonite. Even if it’s something as simple as a cheese pizza, it just seems to taste 100 times better from a restaurant! When we do go out, we try to bring a coupon or use rewards points to make eating out a little cheaper. My Fiance and I used to eat out three or more nights a week, and sometimes even the most well thought out meal plan can’t keep us out of a restaurant. Continue Reading

Free Ebooks, Free Stuff

Free Ebooks: The Girl in Between, Silence, plus more!

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Budgeting, Frugal Living

Expenses we will never cut, even when we need to tighten our budget

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If you’re looking to live on less, or put more towards your debt repayment, the first step is to start reducing and cutting expenses. This past June we moved to a new apartment. Since we didn’t have a whole lot of time to prepare for our move, we had to cut a lot of our expenses during that first month. We have had to completely revamp our budget for unexpected expenses, and we’ve found ourselves evaluating every line of the budget many times.

Here are some of the expenses we will never cut, even when we need to tighten our budget. Continue Reading

Earning Extra

Selling on Craigslist: What You NEED to Know

A Genuine Box of used items ready for a garage sale, Yard Sale,

Craigslist is a great way to make a few bucks and get rid of your stuff at the same time. I am a HUGE fan of Craigslist. It’s the ultimate online garage sale, and it doesn’t cost anything to search or post a listing! Creating a listing is easy, but actually making money is another story. We’ve been selling our clutter on Craigslist for about a year and a half now. In all the meetings and transactions we’ve done, I have learned a few tips on selling through Craigslist that can make or break a sale. If you’re struggling to sell your clutter, here’s some tips to help bring in some offers. Continue Reading