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13 Frugal Tips That Will Help Your Budget

  Are you struggling with spending too much money? Do you not have enough money in your budget to cover your monthly expenses? Fast, Effective Tips to Save Your Family Money Here are some of own personal tips that we do to save money. Make our own laundry soap. There are many different recipes online… Continue reading 13 Frugal Tips That Will Help Your Budget

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How to Save Money on Your Children’s Wardrobe: 9 Tips to Save You Money!

FRUGAL, FINANCIAL, AND DEBT FREE MONDAYS In our large family, clothing our children could easily become a very expensive endeavor if we were to buy only brand new clothes. When it comes to buying clothing, how much do you spend on average per person each year? Whether you have one child or ten children, clothing… Continue reading How to Save Money on Your Children’s Wardrobe: 9 Tips to Save You Money!

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How to Eat Well Without Using Coupons (9 Tips to Help You Save Money)

Cooking for a large family can become expensive quickly. It is easy to become overwhelmed and just order takeout. But if your family is like mine, and you have a budget and try to stick to it, then careful planning is necessary. Learn how my family saves money and eats healthily without using coupons. *Stick… Continue reading How to Eat Well Without Using Coupons (9 Tips to Help You Save Money)

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Save Time and Money by Doing Double and Saving Yourself the Trouble When Cooking

  Do Double and Save Yourself the Trouble As a mom, what are your most valuable resources? Time and money are two valuable resources that moms never seem to have enough of.  Meal times can be hectic and are often called the witching hour because the children are hungry and seem to be demanding your… Continue reading Save Time and Money by Doing Double and Saving Yourself the Trouble When Cooking

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Large Family Finances: Menu and Grocery List

We are a large family with six young children with big appetites. With five children in school, one husband who works out of the home, and me home with the youngest there is a great potential for us to have a large grocery bill. I have included my breakfast, lunch, and dinner menu for the… Continue reading Large Family Finances: Menu and Grocery List

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Large Family Finances: How to Save Money on Groceries (Without Clipping Coupons and Eating Rice and Beans)

Typical American and Grocery Shopping In “Large Family Finances: How to Save Money on Groceries (Without Clipping Coupons and Eating Rice and Beans)” you will find common sense tips on how to shop at the grocery store that can help you save money while shopping. Do you struggle with your grocery bill each month? Most… Continue reading Large Family Finances: How to Save Money on Groceries (Without Clipping Coupons and Eating Rice and Beans)

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Impulse buying: The Downfall of Every Budget and Tips on How to Prevent It

I make good money, I just don’t know where it goes! I had to put it on my credit card because I ran out of money! I just had to buy that (insert any item) because it was (on sale, only one left)! I love a good sale! What is Impulse Buying? By definition, impulse… Continue reading Impulse buying: The Downfall of Every Budget and Tips on How to Prevent It

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Random frugal tips

 I keep scraps of paper for writing shopping lists, chore lists, or little notes for my children’s lunches.  Envelopes that come in the mail and my kids school work after its been returned are two examples of where I get my scrap paper.   I have a friend and she gives me a pile of… Continue reading Random frugal tips

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15 Frugal Ways to Celebrate Valentine’s Day on a Budget

In two days January will be over. Wasn’t it just Christmas? Seriously, it seems like we just took the tree down.  January flew by this year as it always does for my family in a frenzy of flurried snow days at home with my kiddos, Bible studies, and downhill skiing. While I purposely do not… Continue reading 15 Frugal Ways to Celebrate Valentine’s Day on a Budget