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Digging Out and Up | because staying in debt isn't an option… Digging Out and Up | because staying in debt isn't an option… I caught a little bit of flack from one of the guys in the shop yesterday for drinking a bottle of Coca-Cola. At two cans worth (710mL) it is a little on the larger side, but I was sipping it, not guzzling it. I bought a 6 pack of bottles instead of the 12 pack of cans because they were the same price and I could reseal the bottles (which I did). Anyway. I don’t normally keep pop in the house, but when I do it’s Coca-Cola. My dad drinks Coca-Cola.
Thrifty and Fit | Actively seeking a healthier, debt-free life and helping others do the same Over the past 28 years of my life I have only held 4 jobs and that is if you count the Army Reserve. At age 17, I started working for a small local pharmacy and I joined the Army Reserve. After 7 years of catching every persons cold that walked thru the pharmacy I was let go because the post office portion was short some 3000 stamps and obviously I was the one using them to wallpaper my small apartment. (Never mind the other dozen or so people who ran that counter also.). I didn’t let that get to me too much. I had been going to a community college to get some of my electives out of the way with every intension to go back and get a degree at some point. Thrifty and Fit | Actively seeking a healthier, debt-free life and helping others do the same
How To Cut Down The Rental Costs January 9, 2014 By Guest Leave a Comment The biggest monthly bill for most people to pay is rental, and you cannot influence the price you pay after signing the lease. Thus, you better plan well and consider all the details and aspects before you rent a property, as if you are paying too much, it will influence your budget and your life. The short-term impact is pretty obvious here – you will not have much money to spend time with your friends on Friday night, or to go to the seashore in summer. Long-term impact is much worse though – if you are paying a lot for rent, you will not have some spare money for emergency situation, and when it occurs, you will get a credit card debt which is another payment obligation. Money After Graduation | educated & in debt Money After Graduation | educated & in debt
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Hey everyone. Today I bring to you the next edition of my “Extra Income” series. If you would like to be featured, please send me an e-mail. Other hustles in this series include: I Run a Resume Business, I Help Businesses Create Online Campaigns and I’m a Beachbody Coach. I’ve been on the web for 7+ years now, and I stand here as a battled tested graphic designer/ creative web entrepreneur. My journey has been a long one filled with curve balls, trials, and tears. Making Sense of Cents Making Sense of Cents
100 Things I Want 100 Things I Want Photo by “There are so many things I want to experience in life,” says Laura Nelson. “For this list, I wanted to put aside some of my more far-off ambitions and focus on things that I have the potential to accomplish now but would require some training/knowledge to master. Some will be simple and others will take time, but I am officially declaring my intentions.” 1.
Photo by dMap Travel Guide 1. Meditate 15 minutes each day. 2. 100 Things I Want 100 Things I Want

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miss minimalist Every Monday I post Real Life Minimalists, a profile of one of my readers in their own words. If you’d like to participate, click here for details. This week, we have a wonderful contribution from Katherine, who tells us how she is re-discovering minimalism. My favorite line: “my heart did a 180 when it came to possessions.” Surf on over to her blog to learn more.
Happy Simple Living | Sustainable Home, Garden, Food and Fun Happy Simple Living | Sustainable Home, Garden, Food and Fun Welcome to Happy Simple Living. This blog follows our family’s efforts to live a simpler life, laugh more, garden organically, get organized, enjoy good food together, live more sustainably, explore eco-friendly alternatives, save money, eliminate debt, and most importantly — have more fun. Does the idea of simplicity appeal to you, too? Perhaps you’d like to have more peace in your home, and more time to enjoy your loved ones. Maybe you yearn for financial freedom, sustainable living, getting back to the basics, living more frugally, or having more unstructured time to create, think, recharge your batteries and relax. We only get a finite number of minutes on this earth.
If you agree to living a financially savvy life, regardless of past transgressions I invite you to become a Debt Free & Fabulous. Please submit your blog {or name if you’re not a blogger} and be added to our roster and add a badge to your sidebar so the world can know how awesome you are! Please note: Long term debt for medical bills, student loans, mortgages, etc. that are needed for survival or can be assets, don’t count for this pledge- we’re going to focus on eradicating consumer debt, impulse buys and mindless consumerism! Debt Free & Fabulous Ladies:RachelskirtsThrifty & FitShe’s Pretty FrugalI’m Pretty…4 Hats & FrugalRunning For DummiesEarning My Two CentsMy Lovely Little LifeLife After Laundry Leave No Debt Outstanding If you’ve uploaded the badge and want to take the pledge- email me to be added to the list! Please Choose One The Following Badges For Your Sidebar To Show Off Your Pride or Progress! Frugal Beautiful | Debt Free & Fabulous | Frugal Beautiful Frugal Beautiful | Debt Free & Fabulous | Frugal Beautiful
Three years ago my handsome husband and I were married, and although it seems ages ago that our little family was just the two of us, that special day is still as fresh as ever in my head! Even though this blog was not around when we were married, my luxe for less motto guided me in all the wedding decisions we made, and I was on a mission to make our wedding as special as possible - but of course on a budget we could afford! Here are just a few ways we saved on cost but not on taste for our big day... 1. Affordable Save the Dates... We wanted a "save the date" card that was attractive but didn't break the bank. Living Luxe for Less - Home
Children who take music lessons tend to also excel in other areas, especially academic. Music adds to the character of children and gives them an artistic outlet and can become something to identify with. But… music lessons can be pricey. How do you find the most affordable way to get your child the music lessons you want? Here are some tips: Tightwad
A King's Life | Family Travel. Rich Experience. Happy Life. {*style:<ul>*} {*style:<li>*} {*img:235:235:*} {*style:<h3>*}{*style:<a href=''>*}Mugged in Manila{*style:</a>*}{*style:</h3>*} {*style:<br>*}No one will tell you to visit Manila because it’s a lovely place. They will warn you about the sex trade, dirt and downright desperation that the streets hold. And it’s true. We were shielded from the dirt and grime of Manila by staying at a 5 star property.
~WORD OF THE DAY~cathexi \kuh-THEK-sis\ ~ noun Definition: investment of mental or emotional energy in a person, object, or idea Examples: "The veil that hides Laura and her eyes, her hair, her smile (and its counterpart, the glove that veils her hand) becomes the object of Petrarch's cathexis...." — From an essay by Margaret Brose in the 2010 book The Body in Early Modern Italy "The plot of this French film diverges from ... most American film we are force-fed in that it deals powerfully with subject matter that counts. It treats an almost unrecognized aspect of WWII in Europe, eliciting a strong cathexis from the viewer, who learns so much that he never knew before this celluloid feast." — From an article by Marion DS Dreyfus in American Thinker, April 8, 2012 Living on Less
How to End the Endless Game of Catching Up When I think about the weekends that I used to spend at the office or behind the computer catching up, it makes me cringe. I did it to make the following week easier. I did it to make more money.

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