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10 ways we’re frugal with our finances

by Lesley on September 3, 2013 · 1 comment

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TweetLast week I reviewed a great new e-book called It’s Your Money: What Will You Do With It? In the book Eric outlines a few ways that he and his wife are frugal, and confesses some ways they are not. I thought I’d make my own list for you. I always find it fascinating to […]

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Tweet I just got done reading a great e-book called It’s Your Money: What Will You Do With It? by Eric Williams. Eric and his wife Kelsey write a great blog called Words of Williams, which I’ve followed faithfully for over a year now. When Eric asked me if I wanted an advance copy of […]

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Are You Lazy When It Comes to Money?

by Lesley on May 1, 2013 · 12 comments

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Tweet Attention 18-34 year olds: this post is for you.┬áIf you’re lazy when it comes to money, regardless of your age, this post is also for you. Today we’re talking FINANCES, which in my experience is never been a fun thing to think about or talk about. At least, until recently. A few months ago […]

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The Myth of More

by Lesley on March 15, 2009 · 7 comments

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Tweet“No itch was ever satisfied by getting really good at scratching.” (unknown) What are you itching these days? I’ll start by sharing what I itch… I itch for just a little bit more money to travel I itch for just a little bit more money to take my car to a car wash instead of […]

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Recession cereal

by Lesley on March 6, 2009 · 0 comments

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TweetMore evidence that we are so into recession shopping!! Because, let’s be honest…saving $50 tonight at the grocery store helps us buy (cheap Craig’s List) ski tickets for tomorrow! We’re off to Northstar, but not before a hearty breakfast. I love my husband’s hot deals. Although, I will take full credit for coupon cutting this […]

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