Bounce Back from the Holidays: The Year's Best Posts on Budgeting & Saving Money

Bounce Back from the Holidays: The Year's Best Posts on Budgeting & Saving Money

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Shifrah Combiths
Dec 26, 2016
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When it comes to our finances, most of the big picture comes from an accumulation of tiny decisions. This goes both ways: money leaking out through inconsequential expenditures or money being squirreled away in small increments and multiplying for big dividends over the long run. Here are some ways to focus purposefully on not spending money unnecessarily, spending it wisely when it's time to make purchases, and saving it wherever possible.

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Frugal Living

Being smart with money involves not only an awareness, but the daily habits that come out of such mindfulness. Take a moment to step back and consider the way you deal with money day-to-day and how it affects your monetary profile.

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Decorating On a Budget

It'd be remiss to talk about budget living on a home decor site without including exciting ways to decorate your home without spending much. Here are some of our favorites.

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Saving Money

There are many different ways to save money: not spending it in the first place, paying off debt, and paying the least amount you can for things you buy. Here are some ways to keep the green from sprouting wings.

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