Tag: seasons

How To Spring Clean Your Finances

The spring season is almost upon us, which means it will be time for some spring cleaning. However, while many will focus on cleaning their homes, you should be really focusing on your finances. There are many things that you will have to do to maintain your cash flow and other financial related responsibilities. Spring […]

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Super Ideas For A Budget-Friendly Valentine’s Day

Valentine’s Day while budgeting doesn’t have to be tricky and unfulfilling. The day is truly for showing love to loved ones, and money doesn’t have to be a major factor in showing affection. Most people go all out, spending far more money than expected, leaving them with a bit of remorse for overspending. Planning and […]

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10 Reasons Why Winter Can Be A Budget-Breaker

Summer can be a high-cost season with family vacations, more outdoor activities to do, and summer parties to attend, but winter can also be a high cost season for other reasons. Winter is when many expenses suddenly appear that were not present during the warm summer months. Some expenses are unavoidable, while others can be […]

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The Ultimate Money-Saving Guide To Frugal Halloween Fun

October holds a soft spot in my heart for my all-time most favorite month ever! The leaves are changing color, cooler nights, bonfires, hoodies, scary movies, hot chocolate, Halloween, pumpkin-flavored everything, etc. The list could go on and on! Halloween will be here before we know it. Save your money for the giant-sized candy bars […]

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Fun Summer Activities on a Budget for the Family

When the weather starts to heat up, and more people head outside, that’s when budgets start to go downhill. While all family members look forward to summer, parents and children typically have different viewpoints on what constitutes as a “fun” summer activity. Of course, when the cost is a factor, trips to the expensive theme […]

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Great Ways To Save Money This Easter

Easter is almost here! Are you ready? If not, don’t run to the stores and mess up your monthly budget just yet! We’ve got some great ideas that will save you money this year! Like any holiday that caters to children, Easter can become quite the money pit for families. Particularly if there are multiple […]

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How To Decompress From Holiday Financial Stress

The holidays can be one of the most stressful times of the year. Dealing with problematic relatives, travel, and planning can all cause a lot of anxiety that catches us off guard each and every year. One of the biggest contributors to the tension during the holidays is budgeting and financial stress. What are a […]

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7 Helpful Lessons Learned From A Lemonade Stand

Just about every person in the country either owned a little lemonade stand with their friends when they were a kid or they knew someone else who owned one. What those people didn’t know was that they were learning valuable financial lessons that would help them later on in life and business. The following are […]

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How to Prepare Your Budget for the Summer

Knowing how to properly manage your finances and stick to a budget you have set in place is not always an easy feat, especially if you are not particularly great when it comes to handling money. With a few tips and resources, prepare your budget for the summer to avoid missing out on savings opportunities […]

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Affordable Ways to Cool Down Your House in the Summer

Summer is here and so is the squelching heat! We are all going to make the most of these few precious months of warmth before the harsh winter rolls in. While it is great to break out in those shorts and flop around the beach or pool in sandals. The fact remains that a house […]

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