Family Fun, Money Saving Tips, Parenting | Wednesday, May 10th, 2017

Save Money on Your Groceries by Growing Your Own

Looking to save money on your groceries but not sure where to start? How about beginning with growing your own tomatoes? The average U.S. household spends around $6,759 a year on food, with $756 spent on vegetables and fruit according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics. So, imagine the savings of growing your own in… View Article

Family Fun, Money Saving Tips | Friday, April 28th, 2017

Grow Your Own Garden and Save Money (and Health)

For most people, grocery shopping for the family can be a real pain in the neck. Buying healthy is even more difficult today, as fruit and vegetables in supermarkets become less and less convincingly organic. Farmers’ markets can be too far of a drive, and the trip back and forth can cost you as much… View Article

Family Organization, Financial Responsibility, Income and Careers, Money Saving Tips, Planning & Money Management | Wednesday, April 5th, 2017

6 Financial Benefits of Using Co-Working Space for your Family Business

For small family businesses, traditional office spaces are usually out of their financial league. On the other hand, working from home is usually the cheapest option. Alas, there are many hiccups you can experience down the road. Most of all, separating the work zone from the rest of the domestic goings-on and distractions is no… View Article

Financial Responsibility, Money Saving Tips, Planning & Money Management, Planning & Money Mangement, Saving & Investing | Wednesday, March 29th, 2017

Financial Literacy Month is Here!

Importance of Financial Literacy Financial Literacy Month occurs every April and is dedicated to encouraging individuals to improve their personal financial knowledge. Becoming financially educated is one of the most useful strategies a proactive individual can implement into their lives. Many people do not understand the importance of becoming financially literate in the first place…. View Article

Financial Responsibility, Money Saving Tips | Wednesday, March 15th, 2017

No Contract, No Problem: 5 Services You Can Get Without a Long-term Contract

Over 27 percent of baby boomers feel they waste money on cable or digital TV, while only 25 percent of Gen Xers feel the same way, according to a survey by Hloom. While different generations prioritize services and splurges differently, they all cite areas like cell phone plans and cable plans as money wasters. You… View Article

Credit and Debit, Financial Responsibility, Money Saving Tips, Planning & Money Management | Thursday, February 16th, 2017

3 Seemingly Illogical Methods for Great Money Management

Many people understand the basics of taking control of their money, including budgeting and using cash whenever possible. But there are even more ways to be a smart money manager — and some of the ideas may seem counterintuitive. If you’ve never considered the following ideas, it might be time to do so. However against… View Article

Money Saving Tips, Planning & Money Management | Tuesday, January 24th, 2017

Outdoor Space Matters: 6 Smart Investments

Landscaping sometimes seems as an expensive and difficult project, especially when there are so many other things to do inside the house, but here’s a fun thought: A lot more people sees your home from the outside than from the inside. All jokes aside, the fact that your neighbors will perceive your grass as much… View Article

Money Saving Tips | Thursday, January 5th, 2017

How to accomplish Family and Budget-friendly online shopping?

image 1 source: pexels.com More people than ever are enjoying the benefits online shopping. Apart from the prime convenience associated with this practice, one can also compare prices, read customer reviews, and enjoy virtually infinite freedom of choice. However, there are some drawbacks involved with the process of purchasing items over the internet. For example,… View Article

Family Organization, Money Saving Tips | Monday, December 5th, 2016

8 Apps that Will Save Your Family Time and Money

image 1 source: pixabay.com Managing family finances and dealing with other household chores and emergencies can sometimes seem as if you are juggling a thousand balls. It doesn’t matter how proficient you are, one of these days, one of those balls will fall down. If only you could get some help. Oh wait – you… View Article

Money Saving Tips | Wednesday, November 9th, 2016

Small and Affordable Changes that Can Turn Your House into a Healthier Environment

Image source:unsplash.com It’s a big and harsh world out there, but at least we have our homes where we are safe all the time, right? Well, not really. There are a million of threats lurking in their interiors, and the fact that we consider them to be completely safe often prevents us from seeing these… View Article

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