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Raising A Spoiled Only Child

I Won’t Apologize for Raising a Spoiled Only Child

My only child is spoiled. It’s true. Do I feel badly about it? Not a chance. To tell you how we got here, I have to tell you how we started. We never planned to make an only child. Truth be told, I’m shocked we only have one. I always thought that I would have […]

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Frugal Fridays Saving on Groceries

Frugal Friday :: A Step-by-Step Guide to Saving on Groceries

Happy Frugal Friday!  Today I’m sharing with you my foolproof method to saving big at the grocery store.   On average, I spend about $75 a week on groceries.  That’s for a family of 4!  Want to spend even less than that $75?  Eating more vegetarian meals significantly lowers the price of our groceries, making the weekly total […]

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Saving for College: Options for Every Family

When it comes to saving for your child’s college, there are so many options it can be overwhelming. MESP 529, Coverdell Education Savings Accounts, Gerber Life College Plan, IRAs, bank savings accounts, money stuffed in a mattress. Which is the right choice? Well, the answer is more about what is right for YOU. For many […]

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The Sport of Resale Shopping

Do you have baby clothes and baby gear coming out your ears? I personally have to maneuver a labyrinth of plastic bins and precariously stacked toys to get though my garage. Are you ready to get rid of some or all of your gently used items, but reluctant to toss or give them away? Maybe […]

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