I found a great board game that teaches kids about money! It is called the Learning Resources Money Bags Board Game. I know that normally games that are educational can sometimes not be as much fun as regular board games, but this one is different. Continue reading “Learning Resources Money Bags Board Game – A Fun Way To Teach Kids About Money”
While writing the posts for this website I research all kinds of information related to becoming debt free. One of these things is money tips. Continue reading “The Best Money Tips on the Web”
Everyone has recurring monthly expenses. Some people live outside their means and can cut these expenses quite considerably in order to save money. Continue reading “Ways To Cut Monthly Expenses – And Save Money”
The holidays are a wonderful time to spend with family and friends. And, everyone wants to experience the joy of giving.
Continue reading “5 Tips To Avoid Debt This Holiday Season”
Brrr! It’s almost Winter!! So, I wanted to share some ways that you can save money on your heating bills this year. 😀
Continue reading “Save Money Heating Bills – Lower Your Costs This Winter”
Everyone has things around their house that they no longer want or need. But, most times people don’t think about selling them.
Continue reading “How To Make Money Selling Stuff – To Pay Down Your Debt”
There are many ways that you can trim your expenses on your budget, and lowering your credit card interest rates is one of them.
It is very easy, but you just need to have the right information together when you make the call. Continue reading “How to lower credit card interest rates – with just a phonecall”
I know if you are like me, you find it hard to use coupons all the time. I work full-time, so I don’t have time to research coupons. Another reason I don’t like to rely on them is because they are mostly for processed foods. I try to buy healthier items if possible.
I wanted to share some delicious and easy homemade Christmas Food Gifts that are also easy on your wallet. 🙂
You can save a lot of money by making Starbucks coffee at home instead of buying those $4 coffees out all the time.
If you on average go by a Starbucks twice a week on the way to work, you are spending an additional $416 per year that could be used to fund your savings account or pay down debt.
I wanted to share with you some of the recipes for flavored creamers and coffees that I like to use that are a delicious, and a much cheaper alternative that you can make at home. 🙂
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