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10 Ways to Cut Your Power Bill by 35%

Saving money on things you use every day is the most effective way to add money to your checking account on a monthly basis. So, where do you start? The first place I started was with my power bill. I searched high and low and did lots of research on my power company’s website. Icontinue reading…

Money Doesn’t Define You

Years and years ago, before I mastered money, it mastered me. I’d spend money to feel good about myself. It was a confidence booster. I felt excited, alive. It provided me a temporary high, made me feel happy. I got my value from ‘stuff.’ After coming to Christ, and realizing that my value as acontinue reading…

Saving Money at Checkout: Price Discrepancies

A few months ago, in the dead of summer, I was at Old Navy purchasing……what else, but winter clothes. It was off-season, and it’s the best time to buy. The clearance aisles are overflowing with amazing deals to be had. So, I went up to the checkout line and spotted my favorite chapstick on sale.continue reading…

Are Cash Back Sites Really Worth Your Time?

Short Answer: Yes!  Long Answer: Yes indeed. 🙂 Most of what I purchase is online. I don’t like to pay tax and find that I can usually get better deals online. It’s delivered straight to my door, quick and simple, I don’t have to drag my kids to the stores with me. I can shopcontinue reading…

Get Items You Use Everyday for FREE at Staples

Years ago, I used to get free samples all the time. You input your whole life story and in exchange, the company sends you a free sample. While that’s all good and fine, it seemed like to me, I either never used the samples or I liked them and ended up having to buy acontinue reading…

7 Ways to Save $400/year on Christmas Gifts

Christmas gifts used to cost me a good $500 each year. I kid you not. I still remember those days vividly. Thankfully, God had other plans in mind for me. He wanted me to learn to spend His money wisely. Here are some of my biggest tips that brought my Christmas spending down to acontinue reading…