The Frugal Mommy’s Guide to Throwing a Kid’s Birthday Party

So, your child’s birthday is coming up and it’s up to you to plan the party. Perhaps your child has asked you for something specific or you think it’s important to mark the occasion with a big celebration. Children’s parties seem to get more expensive every year, so you won’t be alone in wondering where the money will come from. The truth is, most children will be happy...

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Buying or Gifting a $300 Designer Handbag – Is It Worth It?

The right style tells the whole world who you are without you needing to utter a syllable. I always refer to that quote when I am buying gifts for others. Especially on birthdays or holidays like Mother’s Day. Mother’s Day has just passed, but it is always good to keep ideas and suggestions in mind for future gifts. It’s very hard to buy a gift for someone you know the longer you know them. Also,...

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How to Make Healthy Delicious Homemade Coffee

Coffee pretty much powers America. Over 50% of the nation could proudly rock a “don’t talk to me before I’ve had my coffee” mug while drinking that delicious dark brew. If you’d don’t make that cup yourself, it might be one more wasteful spending habit. In fact, a quarter of coffee drinkers spend $11 and up per week on a cup of Joe! Not only that, you don’t...

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