Seattle Area Christmas Events You Won’t Want to Miss!

Dec 18

Seattle Area Christmas Events You Won’t Want to Miss!

We are well into the Christmas season! A time where Christmas decorations explode out of boxes, trees appear in windows around the neighborhood, we bake gingerbread men, and take the pile of Christmas lists from store to store searching for the perfect gifts. But after those things are done, “what next?” Christmas is a time to spend time with the people you love....

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How to Save Money for Free and Avoid Debt – Quick Tips

Dec 13

Saving money is a big deal. Such a big deal that people spend money to save money! They sign up for better store cards, buy special promo deals, and purchase the platinum memberships. Of course, sometimes these are investments do pay themselves off. But wouldn’t saving money for free be so much better? The following are ideas for free savings in a few of the...

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A Brief Introduction to Coupons

Nov 21

There are a great variety of people in this world. There are coupon users, semi-avid coupon collectors, and coupon radicals who refuse to pay 75 cents for toothpaste without one. Coupons can affect just about every area of our shopping lives. The word “coupon” is actually French in origin, and made it way into our American vocabulary along with other important...

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Local Restaurant Coupons – Dining in Style for Less

Nov 18

There are countries in the world that excel in the art of fine dining.  Delicious cuisine is taken to a whole new level in places like the Ritz Carlton in Berlin, Sparks Steak House in New York, or London’s Plaza Athenee. We hear tell of $300 one plate menu’s, six- inch steaks and gorgeous waterfront views, and wish our food budgets were larger. We’ve heard it...

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$500 Per Month’s a Lot to Pay for Food when You Can Save – 3 Tips for Smart Shopping [Infographic]

Aug 21

The average American family spends over $500 a month on food.  In 2012, the yearly average of money spent on food per person was $2,273.  That’s a scary statistic; especially since food is something we have to buy. Starving isn’t exactly a pleasant option….but neither is spending 13% of your income on breakfast lunch and dinner year after year. So how is...

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