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Pros & Cons of Tiny House Living

The tiny house movement has become a big deal in the last couple of years. I think one of the reasons for this is because we are rebounding from the way new homes seem to be getting bigger and bigger. Additionally, more and more people are looking for ways to save money and living in a tiny house can, no doubt, help you save. But along with the savings you get from living in a tiny house, there are disadvantages too, so let’s take a look at the pros and cons of tiny house living. Pros of Tiny House Living: ...

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5 Money Tips for a Frugal Spring

This is a guest post from Pauline of InvestmentZen.com Spring is just a few days away, and what better time, as we start enjoying the warmer weather and longer days, to implement some good money saving habits? I know during winter I generally have lower energy, and when it’s dark outside, I feel more like a hot chocolate and a movie in bed than hustling. So let’s enjoy the new season and start on the right foot! Start a garden If you have a garden at home, starting a little vegetable patch is a fun and inexpensive hobby, that will ...

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How to Stop Obsessing About the Perfect Job

How to Stop Obsessing About the Perfect Job

According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, the average late born baby boomer changed jobs every 2-3 years between the ages of 18 and 48. That’s a lot of different jobs over a 30 year period! Of course, some of those job changes may have been necessary. They have been made to escape bad working conditions or intolerable bosses. Others could have been made as people moved up the ladder of success. But there were probably also some job changes made by people searching for the perfect job. The problem with that is there is no such thing as the perfect ...

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Are Home Security Systems Worth the Money?

Are Home Security Systems Worth the Money?

Have you ever woken up in the middle of the night because you heard a strange noise? Did you wonder if someone was breaking into your home? If you are like many people, the fear of a break in has happened to you at least once. But for some unlucky people, this fear can and will become an unfortunate reality. According to figures from the FBI, there were over 1.7 million actual burglaries in the United States in 2014, and this figure is a decrease of over 10% from the year before. This information makes me wonder if installing a ...

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5 Signs You're Obsessed with Saving Money

5 Signs You’re Obsessed with Saving Money

Lots of people these days are trying to be more frugal with their money. As a result, there are books and articles everywhere on the topic. Some are saving toward goals of vacations, retirement, or a college education for their children. Other people have made it their occupation and sole professional focus, like me. 😉 But how do you know when saving money becomes an obsession? Here are some signs that you’ve become OBSESSED with saving money. Spending Makes You Anxious If you have trouble buying a single piece of candy at the store or one extra item that isn’t ...

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