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What is the Honey App and Why It’s a Must Have for Shopping Online

I love shopping online.

Let’s face it, dragging little kids with you to the store who want to run away and touch everything deflates the fun of shopping in the store.

The convenience of shopping online can’t be beat.

There are plenty of ways to save money while shopping online. I’ve got one more for you to add to your bag of tricks.

It’s called Honey.

“What exactly is Honey?” you ask.

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How to Save Money on New Clothes for Kids

There they go again ...

Your kids just outgrew their clothes, didn't they? 

And it's only been like two months since you bought their last pair of jeans, am I right? (Or close?)

It's kind of not fair. I think the last time I bought myself new clothes was like 10 years ago!

#NotCool

Clothes can be expensive, and kids grow out of them quickly.

An obvious solution to save money on kids clothes would be to buy used clothes at a thrift store.

There are some pros and cons to buying at a thrift store, so you may want to buy new clothes for your kids. Sometimes cheap kids clothes are ... well, cheap.

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Meal Planning Made Healthy, Easy & Affordable (to save you money)

The Dinner Daily Review

What’s for dinner?

It’s one of the hardest questions for me to answer every day.

I do have a meal planning system in place that I love (you can check it out here), but sometimes “same-old-same-old” just doesn’t sound good. Ya know?

I’ve recently started branching out to find someone help me plan new meals for two reasons:

  1. I’m extremely busy and it’d be awesome to save some time on this daily chore.
  2. I’m kind of tired of eating the same things all the time. I like to try new foods!​

I did have a small dilemma.

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7 Budget Killers You Must Avoid to Save Money on Groceries

The last time I went to the grocery store I stood behind a young mother, toddler in tow, paying for a cart full of groceries.

When the cashier announced her total bill was $274 I think I let out an audible gasp.

Eeekk! That’s almost my full months budget for my family of four. And she got one cart load of groceries. (Granted it was pretty heaping, but still … )

I’ve worked hard to master the grocery store. Here are some major blunders I see people make that are costing them some serious moolah.

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