• 5 Tips to Help You Save Money in College

    October 12, 2019

    1. Credit Cards It’s better to have no credit than bad credit when it comes to applying for small loans and credit cards. It’s easy to get approved when you are fresh in college at 18, so I am warning you that it is crucial to be selective when applying for credit cards. Accumulating multiple […]

  • How To Save When Traveling

    September 2, 2019

    Family vacations, road trips and traveling in general can be expensive. Two important rules to planning a trip is to RESEARCH and PLAN AHEAD. Transportation is the biggest chunk of your traveling expense. Here are some tips to help you save when traveling. TRAVELING BY CAR YOUR VEHICLE: Find directions that will take you to […]

  • When Is the Best Time to Do Your Coupon Shopping?

    July 16, 2019

    After going through all the trouble of cutting out all your coupons, the last thing you want is to go to the store when there’s too many people who are also doing their coupon shopping, or worse, find that everyone got to what you needed first. So, the best way to do coupon shopping is […]

  • 3 Steps to Save Money

    May 28, 2019

    It is the New Year and 2015 is the year to save money. Saving money is easier said than done, especially when you’ve been promising yourself for over a year to save money. The approach I took that helped me save money was looking at life from a psychological point of view. One of the […]

  • 5 Reasons To Shop At Walgreens

    April 23, 2019

    SIGN-UP FOR BALANCE REWARD PROGRAM Before you start shopping at Walgreens, you have to sign up for Walgreens Balance Reward Program. It’s easy and free! In order to receive Walgreens deals and promotions you have to be a member of their program so it’s definitely worth it. Every time you check out be sure to […]

  • 8 Foods You Should Buy From The .99 Store

    April 2, 2019

    If you haven’t been shopping at the .99 store, you are definitely missing out on a money saving opportunity! Many of you are under the impression that the products at the .99 store are cheap or soon to be expired and although that is true for some of the brands, it’s not true for all […]

  • How to Store Food Properly

    September 28, 2018

    While trying to make an effort in saving money by budgeting, couponing or working a second job you go into the refrigerator and discover that the tomatoes you bought a few days ago have molded. Yes, this is discouraging when you have to throw out any produce, meat and forgotten leftovers. Throwing out food because it’s […]

  • Does Couponing Really Help Or Is It A Waste Of Time?

    July 24, 2018

    To coupon, or not to coupon? That is the question. On one side, there’s that person who has the patience to go through all those catalogs and find coupons and on the other side, there’s that person who finds it tiresome or just simply doesn’t have the time. However, no matter what side of the […]

  • 5 Ways to Cut Your Grocery Bill in Half

    June 14, 2017

    A combination of all 5 steps can assist you in cutting your grocery bill in half. It’s important to stay consistent and to try new things! 1. Coupon One of the oldest tricks in the books, good ol’ fashion couponing. Venturing the Extreme Couponing world is a big stretch, although, you don’t have to be […]

  • How to Save When Baby is Here

    May 15, 2016

    Nowadays, a child born is estimated to cost a middle-income American family $250,000 until he or she turns 18 years old (USDA Reports). Numbers sound frightening but knowing what to expect ahead of time gives you the opportunity to plan ahead before the baby arrives.One of the biggest surprises for first time parents is the […]

  • My Secret to Extreme Couponing

    December 6, 2015

    In 2010, families all over the United States were introduced to a new shopping technique, extreme couponing. TLC’s hit show made every mother in America want to coupon. The purchasing of a thousand dollars worth in groceries and only spending less than a hundred dollars out of pocket is ideal for any American. Seems unreal, […]