What to Buy for Baby

What To Buy For Baby
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Are you expecting a new baby in the family? Here are ideas about what to buy for baby and how to do it without spending a fortune!






How Much Is My Grocery Budget?

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Figuring Out Your Grocery Budget Marianne writes: We have been trying to just spend $50 per week for our family, which is down to 3 people now, but I also did it when we had 4 at home. I find that I am more conscious about what I buy when I set a limit. I […]






“Keep Or Cut My Credit Cards?”

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Hope from New Jersey writes: I definitely can relate to living on a low income. I just paid off $3000 debt in less than a year playing the credit card game, making some financial sacrifices and getting a windfall. I love using a credit card (I only have one now with a $400 credit limit), […]






How To Find The Best Deals

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From: Misty First, let me say I LOVE your website!!!I use it EVERY DAY! Since you have inspired me to start being more frugal with my money, I search high and low for great deals. I recently started shopping at Garage Sales, Dollar stores, thrift stores, etc., but sometimes I think I am getting a […]






How To Have A Family Dinner With Kids

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How To Have A Family Dinner With Kids From: Kelly I have been a reader for years now, and treasure your tips on living together simply as a family. I was wondering if you can offer some tips on *how* to have a family dinner? My husband and I are parents to a young toddler, […]






Ask Tawra and Jill – How do I?

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Here are some “Short Answers” to some of the questions readers have submitted to Tawra and Jill: Jill from Michigan asks: “Tawra – I read your information of cloth diapering and I’m wondering how much vinegar you wash them with and do you use special laundry soap?” I put in about 1/2 – 1 cup […]






Daughters’ Financial Emergencies Cause Financial Strain

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Susan from Texas asks: “As a single mother of two grown daughters, scratching and clawing my way out of substantial credit card and other debt, please give me some ideas about dealing with daughters’ emergencies, specifically health issues, not life-threatening but urgent never the less.”   Tawra Wrote: I was going to work on your […]