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How to Prepare to be a Family Caregiver

November is Family Caregiver’s Month, so it’s a good time to pause and think about how you may become a family caregiver someday. I’m sharing my experience and some helpful resources. This post is made possible with support from AARP’s Disrupt Aging. All opinions are my own. November is always a tough month for me. My …

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Saving Money on Groceries without Coupons

There are so many strategies for saving money on groceries. Couponing and cooking ahead may sound too complicated or time-intensive for you at this season of life. Try one (or more) of these five suggestions and see how it improves your grocery budget and your peace of mind. How to Save Money on Groceries without …

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9 Ways for College Students to Earn Money this Summer

Do you have a college student who needs to earn money this summer? Summer break is prime time for college kids! This post contains affiliate links. That means that if you make a purchase after clicking on a link, I earn a small commission at no extra cost to you.    Why should college kids …

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Teaching Teens About Money: The Big 5

Help your teens become financially literate so they can succeed once they leave home. These are my Top 5 things teens need to know about money. It’s never too soon to start teaching teens about money. Leaving home is a big step for a teenager. The excitement teens experience can often overshadow the importance of responsibility. Parents …

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