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Diaper Programs

No matter where you are in the baby stage (thinking about starting, already pregnant, have twin toddlers running around?), you’re probably thinking about the expense of diapering. Even with playing The Drugstore Game to buy diapers, I still think that cloth diapering costs less overall. If you’d like to learn more about cloth, you’ll want …

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Bringing Money In: May

Photo courtesy of Daniel Y. Go I think I say this every month, but boy, time is flying! It’s June, and as usual, I can’t believe it. Of course, writing this post, I’m wistful for April and how I brought in over $1,300 extra for our family budget. Sigh. Not so this month, back to …

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Frugal Fun: Kid Birthday Gift

Let’s say you’re a 6-year-old girl, and it’s your birthday. How would you feel receiving this gift? When I was six, my creative wheels would be spinning and I would be so excited to sit down and draw and create, and WOW–it even has my name on it! This is a $6 birthday gift, actually …

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Coupon Ethics

Each week when I post the grocery deals and other offers, I get comments and emails about your experiences with cashiers and store managers giving you a hard time about your coupons. Have you ever wondered why there is such inconsistency between the stores? Mindi over at Moms Need to Know has a great post …

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