I’ve assumed for a long time that even stores without customer loyalty cards were using my credit card to track my buying behavior. Why else would the Catalina machine at Meijer have spit out coupons for Huggies and Enfamil, even … Continue reading
A few weeks ago, my husband and I watched a movie called In Time. Have you seen it, or at least heard of it?
A week ago I disclosed that I overspent in January, and developed a plan to get back on track in February. Here’s an update on where I stand so far: February budget: $250.00
I spent $522 on groceries and household consumables for our family in the month of January. While this amount is considered “Thrifty” according to the USDA Cost of Food at Home Report (not to mention that report includes only food, … Continue reading
Why not file your taxes early this year? With the January 31 deadline, you should have received all the documentation you need to complete your income tax return. If you’re a do-it-yourselfer, consider using TurboTax for simple and accurate filing … Continue reading
Using coupons doesn’t make me frugal. In fact, if I’m not careful, using coupons and the websites that help me decide how to use them can actually cause me to spend more money in the long run (and I could … Continue reading
I subscribed to LearnVest a couple weeks ago because I thought it sounded interesting and I wanted to check it out before recommending it to my readers. I have to say that I’ve really enjoyed the tips and articles for … Continue reading