Going to the Movies Doesn’t Have to Cost an Arm & a Leg

The following post is from Madison of My Dollar Plan and Kids and Money at about.com: The last time we went the the movies, we spent a small fortune! We're always looking for ways to save money. Amanda, one of the staff writers at My Dollar Plan shared her thoughts with me on hitting the…

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Use Personal Visual Clues to Avoid Overspending

The following post is from Linsey of Wise Bread.com, Lille Punkin' and The Freelance Farmer: I really envy those moms who have it together when it comes to using coupons and saving big money. Those super-savvy experts like Deal Seeking Mom, for example, have the clearance prices and stockpiling techniques down to an art. But…

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Question of the Day: What Are Your Splurges?

Last week we talked about financial splurges and the role they play in achieving our financial goals. I shared my favorite splurges with you in that post, and a few of you shared your splurges in the comments, but I wanted to open it up for more people to share their splurges with us: So…

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Simplifying Your Next Yard Sale

This weekend, I spent most of Saturday at a yard sale with some more stuff that I've decluttered from my kitchen, girls' clothes and toys. Unfortunately, the yard sale itself didn't go nearly as well as we had expected. We got less than half the traffic we did last year, and the people who did…

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