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Dana Torres

Born and raised in Israel with a ten year interval in New York, Dana considers both places her home. She first made the choice to commit to a frugal life when she signed up for a degree in the Humanities. Today she loves nothing more than to share her newly learned skills and experience in thrifty living with others.

Frugal Shopping Tips for Her This Holiday Season

The holiday season is the most wonderful time of year to visit different boutiques and shopping centres to stock up on items that can be enjoyed or gifted. From clothing items to jewelry accessories, it is so much fun to spend hundreds to thousands of dollars on both necessities and luxury items during the season. To prevent spending more than …

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The Most Memorable Christmas Gifts that Wont Cost you a Dime (or hardly any)

Christmas is in the air and the excitement is all over the streets. From lights and Santa statues decorating our lawns to wreathes hung on the doors of our favorite shopping stores, strolling around outside this time of year has become a daily breathtaking and magical experience. With this kind of holiday atmosphere, it’s easy to get caught up in …

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DIY Home Remedies for Grooming your Dog

About a month ago I wrote a post on DIY home remedies to make for your dog when he’s suffering from dry skin, kennel cough, diarrhea, constipation, and other unfortunate conditions. We’ve gotten some good feedback on it, so this time I decided to share with you my best tips and DIY home remedies for dog grooming. These are all tips that have worked …

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3 Day Multifamily Investment Coaching in NYC Nov. 7 – 9!

Elite Apartment Coaching (formerly National REIS) would like to welcome readers from All the Frugal Ladies to our three-day investment coaching event starting today in Melville, NY this Friday November 7-9. Elite Apartment Coaching is a reality based real estate consulting and training company with an investor mindset. We focus on working with investors of all experience levels that want to succeed specifically …

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How to Make Money on YouTube with TuneCore

In recent years many musicians have discovered YouTube’s marketing potential. Music videos that generate enough views to draw advertisements or videos that are getting many clicks, can all make a profit for their owners. It’s time to join the game and start cashing in on your music too! But how to go about claiming all those revenues? TuneCore makes it easy for you, …

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DIY Homemade Remedies for Treating Your Canine Pal

Taking care of your dog’s health can be a huge expense. Bringing him to the vet for periodical check-ups and shots, buying medicine when required, having him/her sprayed or neutered…all these can definitely run up your bill! And dog owners with more than one dog have to pay double or even triple (and so on)… So while it’s always important …

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3 Ways to Network Your Way to a Bigger Salary

Everyone knows that the majority of people don’t land jobs by responding to postings and help wanted ads. Instead, successful job seekers get jobs via their contacts and word of mouth; this means jobseekers — often reluctantly — start reaching out to former colleagues, classmates, and others in their quest to find a new gig. However, most people push networking …

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How to get the Best Halloween Costume Without Going Broke

It’s that time of the year again! The leaves are changing colors, the days are getting chillier, and it’s getting dark as soon as 5 pm. Halloween is just a couple of weeks away and the stores are jam packed with costumes, masks, and accessories that have us all anticipating that day at the end of October when even us …

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