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  • So you're finally giving up your car? Going car-less is a huge step! Check out these tips to make the transition to life without an automobile easier and one that lasts.

    Can I Live Without A Car?

    Can I Live Without A Car?

    by Katy1

  • DIY home tricks: filling nail holes, improvising a bed skirt, putting a shirt on a pillow, and regrowing your own vegetables.

    4 Cheap DIY Home Hacks

    4 Cheap DIY Home Hacks

    by Bri Timpson0

  • Everyone should have a household budget. That's the only way you'll ever know if you have enough income to support your outgoing bills and habits. It's actually pretty easy.

    How to Do a Household Budget

    How to Do a Household Budget

    by Doris Brown0

  • Stacking coupons is a very effective way to save you lots of money on your grocery bills. In extreme circumstances it can even result in you getting groceries for free.

    Experts' Guide to Couponing

    Experts' Guide to Couponing

    by Paul Goodman0

  • There are so many things that go unclaimed because people don't know they are available. Check out these free things for the month of September.

    Free Things You Can Get in September

    Free Things You Can Get in September

    by Margaret Minnicks1

  • Probably the question that I am most frequently asked, especially by beginning couponers, is where to find coupons? My answer is that there are many places to obtain coupons and many methods by which to locate and/or request them. Below is a...

    Advanced Guide to Couponing

    Advanced Guide to Couponing

    by Paul Goodman0

  • Are monthly storage unit fees draining your budget? Do you really need what you've stored there? Maybe it's time to rethink paying for storage.

    Why Are You Renting a Storage Unit?

    Why Are You Renting a Storage Unit?

    by Virginia Allain1

  • Most people like to shop. Most of us who aren't in the upper 1% don't like to spend money. So, how to buy without spending too much? Here are some suggestions.

    Treasure Hunt, Anyone?

    Treasure Hunt, Anyone?

    by Bear Tales0

  • A customer rewards card has many names including advantage card, bonus card, club card, gold card, plus card, savings card, shopper’s card, thank you card, super card, value card, and VIP card.

    Free Customer Rewards Programs A to Z

    Free Customer Rewards Programs A to Z

    by Gregory DeVictor0

  • Ways to make life a little more easier when it comes to library usage.

    Library Hacks

    Library Hacks

    by Lanecia Smith0

  • The best way to spend your hard earned cash is to make it go as far as possible. That means comparison shopping, finding ways to get the most out of each purchase, and re-purposing and recycling.

    8 Tips to Help Your Money Last Longer

    8 Tips to Help Your Money Last Longer

    by Scribenet2

  • We are all pack-rats, penny pinchers and time hogs at heart, but there has to be an end somewhere. Here are twenty ideas that will help you clean up in more ways than one.

    Twenty Ideas To Save You Time, Money And Space

    Twenty Ideas To Save You Time, Money And Space

    by Cheryl Simonds0

  • These days we are all trying to figure out how to stretch a buck. This time I had no choice but to feed us for the week with what little I had in my pocket.

    A Week's Worth of Food for Less Than $50

    A Week's Worth of Food for Less Than $50

    by SJohnson2

  • Genealogy fascinates many, but if you want to find your ancestors without spending lots of money on subscriptions, check the advice here for ways to save on an Ancestry membership.

    Saving Money on an Ancestry Subscription

    Saving Money on an Ancestry Subscription

    by Virginia Allain0