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How To Save Money On Baby Stuff

Baby stuff is expensive; these tips will help you score newborn essentials on a budget.

Congratulations, parents-to-be! Are you in sticker shock yet? According to the USDA, US parents spend over $12,000 on average per year on child-related costs! Wondering how to save money for a baby? Getting newborn essentials on a budget should be tops on your list. Fortunately, it’s easy to save money on baby essentials with these […]

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Easy Ways to Save Money on Everyday Purchases

No matter where your family stands financially, who doesn’t like to spend less money when they can? I love a good bargain, and I especially love finding money-saving tips for those everyday purchases, like groceries, that everyone needs to buy. But let’s face it, the past few years have made it a lot harder for families

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10 Genius Rakuten Hacks (Ebates Hacks) to Save *Even More* This Holiday Season

Another holiday shopping season is upon us. Black Friday is only a few short weeks away, but the stores, catalogs, and advertising industry are already in full swing, doing their best to separate YOU from as much of your hard-earned money as possible. RELATED POST: Quick-Start Budget Guide for Busy Families RELATED POST: Easy Ways

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Weekend Kids’ Closet Makeover With DIY Shelving (Easy Weekend Project)

Give Your Kids’ Closet A Makeover This Weekend With DIY Shelving: Looking for kids’ closet makeover ideas? Wondering what to do with a small closet? The best DIY closet makeover ideas don’t have to be expensive, take forever, or require the pros. This DIY kids’ closet makeover is a low-budget weekend project that’s easier than you’d think, and is great

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7 Grocery Shopping Tips to Save Time (And Money!)

My Seven Favorite Ways to Save Money on Groceries: I love a morning of leisurely shopping as much as anyone. But ever since I became a parent, running errands has become more like a tactical strike operation. While single me would spend an hour of Sunday afternoon browsing store ads for the best deals, parent

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Ways to Warm Your Home (and Save Money!) This Winter

Has winter weather reached you yet? In our neck of the woods, we seem to have skipped from shorts weather to winter in about 36 hours last week. We’ve flipped the AC to the heating system, are scrambling to find the girls’ winter boots and coats, and are excited to test out some of our

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Minimalism for Parents: Can Minimalism and Parenthood Coexist?

Minimalism for Parents 101: Your Get-Started Guide When expecting their first child, many people envision happy scenes of simple bliss. Then reality hits home. Yes, babies are cute – but they’re also messy, on so many levels. And they keep you awake almost round the clock. And they come with so much STUFF. Is minimalism

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Three Easy Tips To Save on Cell Phone Bills

How To Cut Your Cell Phone Bill and Avoid Monthly Over-Limit Charges: Most adults have at least one smart device with a data plan these days. Add in other family members, and you’ve got even more devices. And as the number of devices multiplies, your monthly cell phone bill can quickly skyrocket out of control.

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Quick-Start Budget Guide for Busy Families

As longtime readers know, I generally don’t publish guest posts on Super Mom Hacks. The one exception is when I ask a longtime blogging colleague to help hold down the fort while I’m away. Hence I’m thrilled to bring back my blogging friend Sarah Brumley, who blogs over at the Sarah Brumley Blog (formerly Lemon

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Things To Consider When Renovating Your Attic

The new year is almost here; are you already contemplating your new year’s house projects? Maybe one of the things on your to-do list is renovating your attic. You may need better storage space, or want to add a home office. This is what we did in my husband’s old house after we got married,

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Eco-Friendly Homes: How To Have One

It’s hard to have missed the memo on the detrimental impact that human behavior is having on the planet. Our planet. My kids came home from their half-day of school on the Friday before Christmas and donned not their snow gear (as one might expect where we live), but shorts and T-shirts! It’s no wonder that so

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