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My 10 Favorite IKEA Items under $50

My 10 Favorite IKEA Items under $50

My first experience at IKEA was like being lost in a wonderland.  It’s rare that I walk through any store and feel like everything around me is a bargain.  It’s also rare that I walk through a store where I am so thoroughly entertained by the displays. As you weave your way through the levels of IKEA shopping, you will encounter a variety of different rooms, or even whole “apartments”  that are completely staged like actual living spaces, down to…

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10 Ways to Save $10 in 20 Minutes or Less

10 Ways to Save $10 in 20 Minutes or Less

Saving money is super important right?  I mean, who wants to do or buy something, only to find out later that they could have gotten the same thing for less.  Or, even worse, find out that there were some easy ways to save a lot of money fast that you haven’t been using? I am kinda of known for being a bit frugal.  And by frugal, I might mean cheap.  But that’s ok with me, because saving money on some…

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My Top 10 Money-Saving Amazon Products for Moms

My Top 10 Money-Saving Amazon Products for Moms

Have you ever wondered if Amazon is really cheaper then other stores?  We all love the convenience, but would our dollars be better spent actually running to the store?  Well, the answer is… maybe.  I have found that Amazon is a great resource for many things, including reviews.  But did you know that Amazon’s prices change?  Yep!  Sometimes they change daily.  They also change based on your zip code (if you live in a higher cost of living area, you’ll…

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How I Clothe 4 Kids for Under $200 Per Year

How I Clothe 4 Kids for Under $200 Per Year

Kids are expensive! Everyone who has one knows that the expenses are frequent and consistent.  There are ways to reduce those costs, and one of the ways I save the most is on kids clothing. I tend to plan my kids wardrobes from the start of school through the following summer, as I’m sure most of you do too.  The start of school seems the natural time to refresh things, update their sizes, and make sure they’re prepared for winter….

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