Money Saving Tips

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The Best Ways to Save on Groceries

After spending years helping families develop budgets and get out of debt, there is no question that finding ways to save on groceries is a challenge many families face. Regardless if you’re a family of 2 […]

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Debt Movement Update – It’s Time to Rock, I Salute You!

If you’re a first-time visitor here at WSL, welcome! For those of you that have been around awhile, you know that I specifically dedicated the entire month of January to the Debt Movement where we’re working […]

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Quitting Smoking Could Make You a Millionaire

Only people who have been living under a rock for the past decade could possibly be unaware of how expensive a smoking habit can become. The government has initiated massive tax hikes over the past decade […]

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5 More Easy Ways Everybody Can Save Money

Considering the difficulties in today’s economy, it’s certainly a time to cut expenses. Saving money by eliminating unnecessary purchases leaves you a nest egg for when you really need it. In addition, saving money helps you […]

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Tips to Save Money on your Cable Bill

I’m all about stretching my paycheck as far as possible each month. It’s a necessity which has also turned into a money saving game for me. One of my pet peeves is the cost of cable […]

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Family of 6 Living off $2100 per Month – Reader’s Budget Review

With the Debt Movement picking up steam, I’m going to do my last budget review for the WSL readers. If you missed the first one and are looking for help on how to create a budget […]

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What to Get Your Husband for Christmas – Ideas for Every Budget

Christmas is just around the corner and it’s the time of year where people frantically search for “the perfect gift.” While I’m a firm believer that your husband probably has everything he needs, the reality is […]

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Save Money this Christmas – How to Make Your Own Christmas Cards

Paper cards can seem somewhat outdated in the ever-growing technological society we live in, but we believe that nothing beats getting ready for the Christmas season like hand-crafting your own, personalized Christmas cards to give to […]

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Go Green! Save Money!

Over the last several years, everything in the store seems to be “going green”. I see it on packaging and see it on advertising – it’s on just about everything and down every aisle. However, one […]

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