The holidays will be here before you know it and for many of us, that is a time to give. I know how hard it is to give to charity though when you feel like you are barely making ends meet. The thing you will find though, is that being able to give makes you feel like a million bucks! That doesn’t mean to have to give all of your money, there are things that you can do to give that don’t have anything to do with cash.
To say that Christmas is expensive is an understatement. The average family spends over $800 on Christmas each year. Are you already dreading what Christmas is going to do to your budget?
Are your kids picky eaters? Is it always a struggle to get them to eat healthier foods? If so, you’re definitely not alone. Most kids would rather have treats and candy instead of carrots and peanuts. Hopefully these simple steps will help you AND your kids eat a little bit healthier, without tears! đź™‚
Can you believe we’re headed into fall? This time of year is the perfect time for canning all your produce from the garden and off the trees. And right now the peaches are ripening and ready to store. Have you though of canning? It’s a great way to save money by becoming more self sufficient and it’s super easy. You can easily can applesauce, peaches, pears, salsa, jam and so much more.
It’s official – Sports Authority is no more. The Sports Authority bankruptcy is just the latest casualty in a growing list of brick-and-mortar stores that seem to be unable to compete with online retailers like Amazon and eBay these days.
Sometimes it feels like it is impossible to save money. You work, you pay your bills, you buy groceries and bam! Money is gone. Or at least it feels like it. The thing is though, it really isn’t that hard to save money. You just need to be willing to do it a little bit at a time and you can save up more than you think!
A nationwide glitch in Target‘s pricing system is costing shoppers money.