Tips to Payoff Credit Card Debt

If there’s one common fear that follows us from childhood into adulthood, it’s the “permanent record.” In school, your principal would keep a file of every good and bad grade you earned on your assignments. As an adult, your credit score follows you throughout your financial dealings. Debts incurred from college, personal transportation, or housing are compounded when you fail to make payments...

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Mulled Cider Recipe: Warm Up for Pennies This Fall

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The cold season is fast approaching. We are all finding affordable ways to keep warm and cozy by this time. Purchasing that cup of warm pumpkin spice latte on a daily basis may burn a hole in your pocket. Why not try making this hot mulled cider recipe at home instead? This recipe is a non-alcoholic version, so it’s also great for kids. However, if you want an adult version, you can also add...

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Monte Cristo Sandwich Recipe

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Have you ever heard of a Monte Cristo sandwich? It sounds fancy, but it’s actually just the union of a ham and cheese sandwich and french toast. This sandwich can be a great lunch box meal for your kids to take to school, an easy lunch you can take to work, or just a quick afternoon snack. Although it’s partially French toast, you don’t have to limit this sandwich to breakfast. It’s...

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