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fourth of july

3 Budget Saving Ideas For The Fourth Of July

There’s nothing like spending the Fourth of July with family and friends, swimming, grilling outdoors, and watching the fireworks. Something about this day of celebrating makes people feel good, especially when your surrounding yourself with the ones you love. What about if you’re wanting to plan a fu ...

3 Genius Ways To Save Money With Kids

Whether you’re on a budget or just want to put some money to the side, there are plenty of ways to save a few bucks without slacking in what your kids have. Think about your day to day purchases. There are a wide variety of items we purchase each year that could easily be set to the side, helpin ...
expensive school lunches

On a Budget? 6 Tips to Save Money on Your Kids’ School Lunches

Kids need a healthy lunch to get them through a long school day, but time-crunched parents struggle to put lunches together quickly without spending a bundle on convenience foods. But a little extra planning and initial investment will stretch those dollars without sacrificing time or nutrition. 1. Av ...
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Party on the Cheap – Tricks to Save on Kids’ Parties

Throwing a kid’s birthday party can really add up. Once the venue is planned and the cake is ordered, you still need to decorate and put together party favors. Depending on the theme your child wants, this party can get pricey. But there are some things you can do lessen the hit to your wallet. 1. Bar ...

Using Leftovers Wisely

The price of groceries seems to rise every week, while many families still struggle to make ends meet. It’s possible to eat wholesome meals and save money on the food you buy each week. One of the keys to healthy eating on a budget is using leftovers wisely. ...
back to school is expensive

Back To School on a Budget – 6 Tips To Save on School Supplies

Every year, during the months of August and September, parents are opening up their wallets to get their kids geared up for the new school year. According to Consumer Reports, families spend an average of $600 on supplies, clothing and electronics for school. But if you’re a savvy shopper, back to sch ...