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Five Dollars, Five Ways: Dollar Store Activities for Kids – Rainbow Craft Sticks {Series}

Five Dollars, Five Ways is a series that explores a variety of activities for your kiddos based on a trip to the dollar store with a five dollar budget. We show you  how to maximize a few bucks for hours of fun and entertainment!   When I saw these rainbow craft sticks at my local dollar store, […]

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Money Saving Monday: Saving on More than Groceries {Series}

According to Fortune3, an e-commerce blog, approximately 73% of all Americans do at least half of their shopping online. A whopping 66% prefer online shopping to in-store shopping. While I totally and completely advocate shopping local Mom & Pop shops (Nashville is home to tons!), I do tend to fall in with the 66% who […]

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Money Saving Monday: Store Rewards Cards—App Style!

Store rewards programs are great, but the plastic cards that attach to your keychains are not. The days of walking around with a key ring full of plastic cards with peeling edges appears to ending, however, as more and more companies are developing apps instead. More often than not, you can download a store app […]

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Money Saving Monday: Ibotta {Series}

I’m excited to tell  you all about my favorite money saving app in this first installment of Amy’s Money Saving Monday! Ibotta (available for both Android and iOS) is a shopping app that is not only easy to use but offers ways to earn money outside of the grocery store! Currently, there are rebates (read: cash […]

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(Shopping for) Christmas…in July!

Blame it on the polar vortex, El Nino, or the fact that Hobby Lobby not only has fall décor out (and it’s already discounted 40%!), but I woke up last week with Christmas on the brain. I guess there’s something about 60 degree mornings in mid-July that make a person realize that the holiday season is […]

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