Alexis @ FITnancials writes Float Trip Vacation – I recently went on a float trip vacation with a bunch of my friends, and it was awesome. It was my first time going on a float trip with a lot of people in a while.
Martin @ Don’t Throw Money Away writes Save Money On Transport This Vacation – Thinking of a vacation away this summer? Traveling usually takes a hefty chunk of the vacation budget- try my easy steps to making sure you can still have a great vacation without splashing out on transport
Penny Thots @ Penny Thots writes Tips for Summer Travel Deals – Following these three steps won’t make your trip free, but it will hopefully allow you to have money left over after the vacation that you can use as seed money for next year’s vacation.
John @ OurInsuranceCanada.com writes Travel Trailer Insurance – If you are one of those many Canadians who own a fifth wheel or other travel trailer, or a bonafide RV, and are planning on hitting the highways, there are some important things you need to know about insurance coverage for these types of vehicles.
Adam @ Travel Ideaz writes 5 Things Not to Miss in Buenos Aires – A trip to Buenos Aires is something which offers a treat for all of your senses. There is no doubt that this is one of the planet’s finest travel destinations for a number of reasons, here are 5 things you simply can’t afford to miss.
Pauline @ Reach Financial Independence writes Little house in Guatemala, a normal day at the council. – Guatemala is a fantastic country… until you deal with its bureaucrats.
Glen Craig @ Free From Broke writes Make Your Travel Easier and Less Expensive With Travel Rewards Credit Crds – Using a credit card with travel rewards will give you benefits like free flights, hotel nights, upgrades and more. See which cards we think are the best.
Michelle @ Making Sense of Cents writes We’re Bike People – We did do some spending in the past week. Well, a lot of spending. On Sunday we bought 2 bikes and a bike rack for the Jeep. We spent a decent amount of money since we wanted to buy quality. No, we did not buy bikes that cost $2,000 a piece, but we also didn’t go super cheap. In my head I just cannot justify buying a $2K bike right now, especially since I haven’t rode a bike since I was a kid. How much was/is your bike?
Miss T. @ Prairie Eco Thrifter writes How Mindfulness Can Improve Your Life – Mindfulness is something that has tripped me up in the past. However, I’ve found that as I pay attention to what I’m actually doing, I make better decisions.
Robert @ Kids Ain’t Cheap writes My Wife’s Pregnant – Now What? – Here’s the next steps on what to do once you find out your wife’s pregnant, and what you can expect as a husband or partner.
Kurt @ Money Counselor @ Money Counselor writes PulseTV.com Review – Are you intrigued by those “as seen on TV” and other fun, quirky products? Do you like deep discounts? How about daily deals? Then Pulse TV is worth a look.
John S @ Frugal Rules writes Saving Money at Amusement Parks – Going to an amusement park is a popular summer time tradition that can cost quite a bit of money. With a little bit of planning and purposeful frugality you can go and enjoy yourself without breaking the bank.
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Bob @ ChristianPF writes 25 Pinterest Inspired Ideas To Save Money on Your Wedding - A bunch of great ideas from pinterest to save you some money on your wedding!
SB @ One Cent at a Time writes What is your Financial Goal – Do you currently have a financial goal? Do you have a finite number in mind and a defined date in which you plan to hit it? Know more about why having a personal financial goal is important.
Charles Yeaman @ Tortoise Banker writes How I Sold a House and Bought a House in 6 Days – My experiences with buying and selling a house in this heated real estate market.
Ray @ Squirrelers writes Making Money on Market Overreactions: The Twinkie Example – Money can be made and lessons can be learned in the most surprising situations sometimes. This includes the craze over Twinkies!
Money Cone @ Money Cone writes Does It Pay to Be a Contrarian? – We are no different than others, we just have a contrarian view of life. And being contrarian can save you money.
MMD @ IRA vs 401k Central writes All the Great Things About Reaching Your Maximum 401k Contribution – Do you make the maximum 401k contribution to your account every year? If you don’t, then you’re severely missing out on the power of time and compound returns.
Jason @ Live Real Now writes Single Income Family – Effective next week, we are officially a single-income family. In a nutshell, this reduces our monthly income by $1340. What does that mean for us?
Jon Rhodes @ Bitched Up writes Why you are a slave to your job – You are a slave to your job. Chances are you don’t even know it. Find out why, and what you can do about it.
Rich El @ Modest Money writes ”Top 10 Emotional Money Lessons to Improve Your Finances” – ”The line of poverty for many is closer than you think. Fixing the emotional issues will help you prosper in the financial side of life.”
Christopher @ This That and The MBA writes What Makes Opera Amazing? – Opera shows, the music is the driving force of the story and the drama. While musical theatre tells the story through the words, opera lets the melodies guide the audience’s emotions. As such, it is incredibly nuanced and powerful. It is also why you can enjoy opera even when the words are sung in a foreign language – the music is doing their job anyway.
Jessica @ Lovely Life Cents writes Tips for Living in Small Spaces – Living in New York City, I’ve been in some very small apartments. Closet-less bedrooms, tiny kitchens, and living rooms that double as bedrooms are not uncommon here. So I’ve really had to learn to maximize my space. Here’s what I’ve learned about living in teeny tiny spaces.
Tamar @ DE101 writes Classic Deviled Eggs – A classic deviled eggs recipe is tasty and versatile, allowing you to make a delicious appetizer while adding your own ingredients and garnishes.
Esther @ Bons Vivants Blog writes How To Save Money On Your Grocery Bills – Without Going Hungry – Looking to save some money with your food bill? Try these simple tips to helping out your wallet, without letting your stomach shrivel up.
Mr.CBB @ Canadian Budget Binder writes Chickpea Coconut Flax Chocolate Chip Cookies – Who thought that you could use chickpeas to make delicious chocolate chip cookies. Disguise these cookies and no one will know the difference.
Steven @ Grocery Alerts writes Seven Healthy Summer Drinks You Can Make At Home - Here’s a list of some of the best drinks you can consume this summer. These drinks are delicious and have outstanding health benefits containing the best nutrients for your body in the summer heat.