Financial Blog

Grocery Store Money Saving Hacks

I wrote about how to save money at the grocery store early on in my blogging career. My tips were pretty good but since that time I’ve learned a great deal more about saving money in the grocery store. I thought it would be worthwhile to revisit the subject so here...

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Workout on a Budget

  I recently told you how my epiphany about exercise and attitude helped me to start feeling better about myself and my outlook on life. Exercise does not require a whole lot of money to get started, which is especially helpful if you don’t have a whole lot to...

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Exercise Your Attitude Adjustment

  Have you ever run a marathon or trained for any other kind of endurance event? The saying goes, “Running is 90% mental and the rest is physical”. I’m living proof of how true this is - let me tell you a story to explain why…   Several years ago my thyroid...

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Tips for Teaching your Child About Money

  The greatest legacy any parent can leave a child is the ability to manage money responsibly. Sadly, if the debt statistics in America are any indication, most of us are not learning this valuable lesson from our parents. It doesn’t have to be this way! Here are...

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Money Saving Travel Tips

  The old saying about, “all work and no play” is certainly true in this day and age. Every once in awhile we need to take a break from our routines and let off a little steam. Going on a nice vacation does not have to cost a fortune but to save money it takes a...

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Saving Money when Planning a Wedding

  In 2017, the average cost of a wedding in America was just over $25,000. This is just for the wedding - add the honeymoon to the mix and you’re talking some serious cash. Fortunately, there are less expensive options available than a sit down dinner that can...

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April 15 – Tax Day

  It’s April 15 - otherwise known here in America as Tax Day. Today is the deadline for filing your tax return with the Internal Revenue Service. I sincerely hope everyone is done with their taxes by the time you read this but, if not, it’s time to file an...

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Good Things Come to Those Who Plan

  I remember when I was about 15 years old, I wanted a new bicycle. Not just any bicycle, mind you, but a Sears Easy Spirit 10 speed - the boys version with the ram horn handlebars. I wish I still had that bike because it was SWEET! It was a beautiful blue color...

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