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For anyone whose ever stared blankly at a coupon wondered what on earth it all means:
Here are some of my favorite ways to save big when shopping online: Be sure to remove your credit card number from all of your online shopping accounts. It’s easy to overspend when everything is just one click away, but if you have to hunt down your credit or debit card and enter in all [Read On]
Are you a coffee addict? Can you pass a drive through with a green mermaid above it without getting the shakes? Well that Soy White Peppermint Mocha extra hot with Whip and a double shot of espresso might be setting you back more than you think… Most of us are blissfully unaware of how much [Read On]
Every other week, Anna Hezel talks about the innovations, decorations, and other quiet touches that make a party memorable. Today: Get your candles into party gear with just some parchment paper, glue, and a pair of scissors. If you’re anything like me, you spend the week before a big party walking in the same circles around [Read On]
’Tis the season for Christmas left overs and 75% off! We all know that Christmas decor is on clearance now that the holiday has passed, but what else can you score on the cheap this week? -Clothing is the most returned gift, so while you’re returning that Rudolph seater with the blinking nose Nana gave you scope [Read On]
New this week
- Coupons Decoded! How to Read Manufacturer, Catalina, Store, and Printable Coupons
- How to Save: When Shopping Online
- How To Find Your Slow Money Drips
- DIY Parchment Paper Candle Holders
- After Christmas Shopping Tips
- Merry Christmas to You Frugal Fans, See You in 2014!
- 5 Travel Tips Everyone Should Know this Holiday Season
- Party On! Friday: Throwing a Holiday Party on a Budget
- Happy Thanksgiving!
- A Message from The Discount Dame
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