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4 DIY Cleaning Supplies You Can Make at Home

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Did you know that there are numerous cleaning supplies you can DIY? Continue reading to learn four easy ways you can maintain a clean home on a budget!

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5 Frugal Things I’ve Done Lately

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The holiday season is a busy (and expensive) time. You might not be prioritizing your frugal lifestyle, but instead giving-in to the madness. Continue reading to learn the five frugal things I’ve done lately…with hopes of inspiring you to do the same!

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Inexpensive Holiday Gift Ideas

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We’ve created a list of budget-friendly holiday gift ideas, that will save you time AND money. Continue reading to learn more!

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Secure Holiday Shopping Tips

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The convenience of shopping online is irresistible.  You can do all of your shopping from your easy chair and wait for the boxes to arrive.  However, while you are avoiding the stress of shopping centers and holiday parking, remember to stay vigilant as a way to prevent holiday headaches from online fraud and identity thieves. Continue reading to learn a few tips that will help you avoid scams this holiday season, directly from our guest blogger, Sarah Mitchell, SeaComm Risk Manager!

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7 Tricks to Reduce Your Heating Costs

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Another winter in the North Country is upon us, and with that comes steep heating expenses. Continue reading to learn 7 tricks that will help you warm up your home on a budget, and reduce your heating costs this year!

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7 Things You Should Always Buy at a Dollar Store

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Shopping at your local dollar store is a great way to stay within budget. Many people aren’t aware that their products are comparable to what you will find in other stores, for a fraction of the price. Continue reading to learn 7 of the best items to buy from the dollar store.

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Managing Your Money 101

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The ways you choose to manage your money can have a profound impact on your life. Learning to be financially savvy can take a while, but the basics are quite simple and never change. Here’s how to get started.

 

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