I Stopped Wasting food. Not just for Moral or eco Reasons – I need Money for my Business

Did you know that Americans throw out a pound of food daily? By some estimates, Americans waste almost $2,000 annually on food they willingly throw out. That is the equivalent of throwing away $5.50 daily. Wasting food seems to be a sign of status, and its hard to deny at this point. Some people claim their leftovers have gotten bad after a day or two in the fridge. Others are making room for new...

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I Refuse to Pay Marked Up Prices Anymore – It’s Draining My Finances

  I haven’t been in a bar in years. When it comes to watching new films, I have become endeared to watching them on-demand at home. It’s convenient, but it is also easier not to be tempted to buy popcorn or soda at concession stands. When I do go to a restaurant, I always try to stick to water instead of buying beer, alcohol, or soft drinks. I may be becoming a lot more curmudgeonly in my...

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Posted in: Food and Grocery, Life Hacks, Minimalism and Frugality, Money, Personal Finance, Saving Money, saving money

Most Affordable States To Deliver A Baby Regardless Of Health Insurance

  It has been said that the smile of a baby makes life worth living and fighting for. A baby’s smile can give you all of the inspiration you need to improve your life and strive for better, if you wish. What may put a frown on your face is how much costs to take care of, feed, and raise a baby. These costs always start before birth, like buying pre-birth medications like folic acid. Folic acid...

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Posted in: Family, Health, Insurance, Money, Personal Finance, Saving Money, saving money

$2,245 For A Peloton Bike? Here Are Affordable Ways To Stay In Shape

  (Image by Steve Jurvetson via CC BY 2.0 ) I don’t think outrage culture is a new concept at all. It has only become more instantaneously recognizable in the age of the internet. I think outrage culture is just weaponized procrastination by any other name. Or, a celebration of procrastination culture. It’s one thing to offer constructive criticism, and culturally time-sensitive smart-aleck...

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Posted in: Health, Life Hacks, Money, Philosophy, Saving Money, saving money
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