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5 Home Decor Hacks to Refresh Your Space on the Cheap

We’ve all been there — scrolling Pinterest or Instagram, looking at perfectly decorated spaces and wanting to turn our own homes from ordinary to lovely. But while perusing for inspiration, we also quickly realize it’s not as easy as it looks. Decorating can be an expensive task and time consuming to transform our favorite spaces […]

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3 Conversations Every Engaged Couple Needs to Have

When planning to get married, there are a plethora of things on the “checklist” you might feel the need to accomplish before the big day. But if you don’t find yourself having vital conversations that every couple must have, you won’t find yourself enjoying what comes after walking down the aisle — especially when memories […]

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5 Budget-Friendly Tips to Plan Your Dream Wedding

While it might seem daunting at first, it is extremely easy to plan the wedding of your dreams to set up for the next stage of your life without burning a hole in your wallet.

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3 Budget-Friendly Ways Everyone Can Celebrate Valentine’s Day

As soon as the holiday season is over and Christmas decorations come down, the stores are stocked with Valentine’s Day merchandise. From cards to candy and flowers to jewelry, the costs can add up on showing the one you love just how much you love them. Which is why it is so important to keep […]

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4 Reasons Why You Need to Hire a Wedding Planner

If you’ve been thinking of tackling your wedding on your own, give it another thought. While it might seem like the more cost effective choice to make, there are many progressive parts involved in designing a wedding. From the venue to the cake, to the dress, invitations, and so much more — the last thing you need is […]

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5 Ways to Save Money on Baby Essentials

Babies are expensive. There are so many things that you have to get to be prepared for your new arrival and even after they are here the day-to-day costs of having an infant can be daunting for even the most financially assured of parents. However, with a little bit of planning and some smart shopping […]

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6 Essential Tips for Eating Healthy on a Budget

Healthy living is often associated with expense more frequently than it should be for how important it is to daily life. From niche fitness boutiques to quick service health-focused restaurants to the food that you buy in your grocery store, it’s easy to feel like having a healthy lifestyle is out of reach if you […]

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Life is an Open Road: Essential Tips for Road Trippers

Road trips are as American as apple pie! Traveling by car has long been an institution and has remained a classic pastime for many adventurists. Before you climb behind the wheel of your car this season and drive off into the sunset, here are some useful tips for preparing ahead.

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Getting “Financially Fit” in 2014

It’s 2014.  You survived the madness of the Holiday Season.  Depending on your personal traditions and beliefs you may have spent lots of money on gifts or food or travel or even just some self-care to escape the hustle and the bustle of everyone else partaking of their traditions.  You might even have decided that […]

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How to Throw a Rockin’ New Year’s Eve Party on a Budget

If holiday shopping has your wallet burnt out and you have to spend the monetary gifts you did receive on rent/your car/your cell phone bill, you can still ring in 2014 boisterously without breaking the bank. All you need are odds and ends that are already in your home, some cooperative buddies, and you and […]

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How to Enjoy Christmas on a Budget

The holidays are supposed to be a joyous time of year—one for spending with family, friends and loved ones, for giving and bringing smiles to peoples’ faces. Many people go all out and indulge in the parties, the celebration, and the gifts. And that’s great! But once January rolls around, their bank accounts are empty. […]

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