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Ronnie E.

Ronnie is the frugal Latina of the group. Hailing from the beautiful Andes Mountains in Bolivia, she lives and breathes frugality. She loves to figure out how to spend less money and takes on the challenge of finding great deals and cheaper options every day.

Need Some Extra Cash? Become a Driver for Deliv.co!

I’m loving the power of community-based apps that don’t only provide consumers with great deals, but most importantly, they give the rest of us an employment opportunity to make some extra money on the side. Let me introduce to you my newest find, Deliv. If you’ve never heard of Deliv, well, buckle up, because you will soon be hearing about their …

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Should you Pay for Online Dating Sites?

I’m a frugal lady, but when it comes to certain decisions, I opt for the higher quality option over the frugal. That’s how I feel about online dating – my experience in the world of dating has shown me the value of online dating sites and how to evaluate whether they are worth a small membership investment. If you’re looking …

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Win a Nava Hair Straightener!

Nava is offering three lucky winners one of their newest Nava hair straighteners. Each hair straightener sells for £79.99 ($125) but you can win it for absolutely free! To participate in the giveaway, just subscribe to their mailing list and that’s it – you’re in the running for a free hair straightener. Plus, once subscribed, you can also participate in …

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Enjoy Affordable Tourism in Germany & Celebrate 25 Years of Reunification!

Germany is one of my favorite go-to destinations in the world. I just love to experience the landmarks, history, people and cuisine first hand. As someone who has been to many Western European countries, I also consider Germany to be one of the easiest on the pocket – you can enjoy the country and its tourist activities without breaking the …

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Budget Ideas for Halloween

Halloween can be scary – scary expensive. But don’t fret, there are ways to save money by having a budget-friendly Halloween. We jotted down some ideas below! Save on the Costume Why spend so much money on a new costume that you will only use once? Instead, look for other good and cheap alternatives like: Using hand-me-downs Buying second-hand Checking for costumes …

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How Does Student Loan Forgiveness Really Work?

It seems that these days you can’t turn on the television or read headlines without hearing more bad news about student loans. Student loan debt has reached nearly a trillion dollars nationwide, with the total amount of student loan debt surpassing total amounts for what Americans owe on car loans or credit cards. Because the debt burden has become so …

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Elizabeth Warren to Outlaw Credit Checks for Job Applicants

Sen. Elizabeth Warren has introduced a bill which would make it unlawful for potential employers to carry out credit checks as part of the hiring process, creating a precedent that may strongly influence US law on the matter. Her legislative initiative is co-sponsored by six fellow Democratic senators and according to Warren, also has the support of more than 40 …

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Are all MBA’s Completely Unaffordable?

Since we finished our bachelor degree 5 years ago, a personal college friend has been working two jobs with only one goal in mind: to pay for his master degree in business administration. His aim is high: not only does he want the MBA, but he also wants to earn it from a top notch university, which means big costs. …

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TuneCore’s HipHop Artists are making Big Bucks! (Infographic)

We featured TuneCore various times in the past as a great way for musicians to become successful. TuneCore offers musicians the ability to make it big by connecting them to the right people, having their music be heard, and ensuring they pick up revenues from royalties! We picked up on this infographic a few days ago and wanted to show you …

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Can Bloggers Make Money through ShareASale?

Ah, the mystery world of affiliate sales… for a blogger who has never partnered with an affiliate network, it can be a scary path. At my first introduction into the world of affiliate networks, I was too confused by all the new terms to properly understand it. Now, I like to think I’m affiliate-savvy, especially when it comes to ShareASale. …

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