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6 Ways to Save Time AND Money - with guest blogger Heidi@Home

Please join me in welcoming a guest blogger today! Her name is Heidi, and we’re living almost parallel lives in very different climates (she’s sweating down in AZ, but we won’t talk about that when it’s 30 below here in MN…)! 847 more words

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Weekly Menu: August 25th-29th

We made it home, safe and sound, from our big vacation! I have plans to tell you ALL about it soon, but for now — let’s take a look at this week’s menu. 396 more words

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Adventures in (Mostly) Clean Eating ~ Shopping Less Often

I’m guilty of excessive shopping. Going grocery shopping for the week at Walmart, forgetting four or five things, returning back (or sending my husband) the next day, hitting Publix a few days later for some extra produce and sale items, driving up to Trader Joe’s to get lots of natural goodies, stopping by Kroger for that other thing (or two) I forgot at Walmart…. 711 more words


Back to School Series: Perks of Being a College Student

Going to college for the first time can seem scary to even the bravest and toughest of individuals. However, there are tons of upsides that can be found both on and off campus. 372 more words


Net worth update July 2015

To track my financial situation I have counted my net worth every month. It’s good for me to see how it’s improving and to motivate me to keep working at it. 225 more words

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DIY Dorm Décor to Make Your Room Your Own

Moving into a new dorm room? Bet you’re excited to make it just like the lookbook from an Urban Outfitters catalog. The only problem? The same problem that has plagued college students since the birth of Top Ramen: MONEY. 83 more words

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Income and Expenses for July 2015


Paycheck: 4,213.00€

Totaling: 4,213.00€



Maintenance fee: 171.95€
Mortgage interest and insurance: 225.00€


Groceries: 700.00€
Dishwasher: 595.80
Tools for summerhouse: 340.00€
Gasoline: 140.00€ 234 more words

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