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How to extended kids jeans.

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How to make homemade paints DIY kids Paints

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Dark brown to blonde at home for only $1!!!!! Plus Sally Beauty mini mak…

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Be the crazy one!!!!

As you probably know by now I have been following Dave Ramsey. Now I’m not taking his financial peace class but I am atudying his advice and watching his youtube videos. There was one video in particular that caught my eye. He was basically saying in order to get ahead financially you can not think like everyone else. You have to be ok with being different and doing things differently. You have to look at money, debt and really life in general from a different perspective. I’m going to call it ” think like your grandma”. Let’s think about this for a minute, in our grandparents generation they had no credit cards, they used what they had and they did not shop fir recreation. They bought what they needed and most importantly, they were content, they lived and they lived within their means. I think if we took a step back and re- adapted our life styles to these simple concepts we could really get a lot further. Say goodbye to the Jonses too. If the people in your life can’t understand your new way of thinking you have to re- evaluate who are the important people in your life. If you have to try to impress people, they aren’t your friends. Friends will stick by you during good time and in bad. No matter what sseason of life you are in. Just a little food for thought.

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Save up to $1000 or more a year by buying these items @ The Dollar Tree

20 things you should be buying at The Dollar Tree saving you up to $500 or more a year 1)Hair accessories, clips, barettes, ties, brushes combs 2)Shampoo conditioner and styling products 3)Socks 4)Baby wipes, baby shampoo, baby bottles, lotions, etc. 5)If u have animals pet products, leaches, collars, dog food, biscuits, bones, toys, sweaters 6)Cleaning sprays, wipes, bleach, air fresheners 7)Tupperware 8)Paper plates and paper products 9) stationary, office supplies 10) cards, gift wrap, 11) snacks drinks 12) beauty products like lotions, sunscreen, baby oil, makeup 13) vitamins 14) medicine cabinet over counter meds and bandaids, etc 15) books 16) ziplocks and garbage bags 17) phone accessories, like iphone cases, chargers 18) home decor frames, vases, flowers 19) toys, perfect for party favors, or stocking stuffers 20) frozen foods and pantry items. Some things I frequently buy in this dept…… Pasta Sauces Seasonings Frozen fruit Frozen pancakes and waffles Frozen Sausage Frozen entree for lunches Ravioli canned Olives Canned chicken Condiments mustard, mayo Tea coffee Creamer (they even have specialty coffee syrups like french vanilla make your own Starbucks on the cheap) Hot cocoa Soda Movie candy Popcorn

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How to cut your adjustable monthly expenses in half!

Recently my husband and I *gasp* took on a car payment after owing our cars for years. Here are some of the steps we took to prepare for this so it’s not as much of a shock to our budget.

1) Cell phone. Our bill with Verizon was $230 for 2 phones. We switched to MetroPCS and saved $150 each month.
2) Cable. We had Charter with the bundle package but we also have Netflix so by cutting out the cable and watching netflix movies it’s going to save us $80 a month.
3) Buy a fuel efficient car. Mine get’s up to 30MPG. This saves me about $150 a month.
4) Print coupons before you go shopping for items like groceries, entertainment and clothing. If you shop at Target. Right now they have lots of coupons for back to school items. Check store websites before you head out for back to school shopping. You can save about 50% by shopping with a plan.

Total saved by following this steps… about $500-$600 a month or more.