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Living Behind the Cutting Edge
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I’m currently using a four year old smartphone. When I bought it, it was already almost two years old and was considered a discount phone. I can still update the OS on it, though, and it still does everything I want it to do. I can send and receive texts. I can send and receive […]

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Living Well Planner Review
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I’ve always been a planner type of girl. There’s nothing I’ve found more satisfying than writing out a to-do list and scheduling dates with an actual pen and paper. I’ve tried apps. I’ve tried Google Calendar. But….to no avail. I need to physically write out what I plan to do or it doesn’t stick. Over […]

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8 Money Saving Tips When Living on One Income: Stay at Home Moms
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Here 8 important tips that help us live on one income so that I can stay home to raise our children. These money saving tips will not only help us Stay at Home Moms but also help other save money and cut down monthly spending. 0:50 1. Sacrifice 2:59 2. Groceries 5:19 3. Skip Cooking […]

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How to Cut Costs with Tiny Living
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Tiny homes aren’t just a fad anymore — what started as a way to lower mortgage payments and utility costs following the Great Recession has developed into a worldwide movement. And Google searches for “Tiny House for Sale” have grown a whopping 900%. If you’re looking to purchase or build a tiny house of your […]

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Deliberate Experiments, Personal Finance, and Living a Better Life
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I recently came across a great article at Medium by Michael Simmons entitled Forget The 10,000-Hour Rule; Edison, Bezos, & Zuckerberg Follow The 10,000-Experiment Rule. The article’s chief argument is that one of the most common traits of successful people is that they’re always experimenting and trying new ways of doing things to see if […]

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The 5 best (and worst) frugal living tips we know
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Everyone, I have a confession to make… …I’ve been WRONG about ultra-frugality this whole time. That’s right. It turns out that ultra-frugal living tips — ones that’ll save you literally DOZENS of dollars every year — are the best solutions to your financial woes. Who do I have to thank for opening my eyes? Why, […]

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Five Reasons I Love Living in Flyover Country
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In February of 2015, my husband left his demanding job in a mortuary to work with me on our home-based business. All of a sudden, we went from having almost no freedom to having all the freedom in the world. This also meant that, for the first time in our lives, we could live anywhere […]

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The ‘One Bag Challenge’: What I Learned by Living Out of a Single Duffel Bag
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A few months ago, I spent some time reading about people who are essentially “digital nomads,” meaning that they live their lives with a very small number of possessions and essentially work anywhere they happen to be. I started down this rabbit hole by reading this article by James Altucher about minimalism, which started with […]

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The Simple Guide to Healthy Living on a Budget (2017)
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.single div.lower-head h2.subheading {margin-bottom: 0;} Afraid a healthier lifestyle won’t fit in your budget? Good news: there are many strategies for making nutrition and fitness more affordable. Many of these strategies boil down to having a plan, doing your research, and making small lifestyle changes that can have a big impact down the line. At […]

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HOW TO AFFORD TO BE A STAY AT HOME MOM | LIVING OFF ONE INCOME
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Wondering HOW TO AFFORD TO BE A STAY AT HOME MOM? Today I talk about how my family is LIVING OFF ONE INCOME, HOW TO BUDGET YOUR MONEY and what it is like as a ONE INCOME HOUSEHOLD. There are many things we do in order to be a ONE INCOME FAMILY. Early in our […]

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17 Frugal Living Tips That Will Save You More Money
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For a long time I confused frugal with cheap – mainly because my natural tendencies are to be a bit on the cheap side. Instead of going for quality I always went for price, costing myself more money in the long run. Other types of frugal living habits though? I’ve had those down for a […]

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