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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.

Independent Musicians Expanding Globally

We’ve spoken quite a few times about TuneCore – we think it’s a great way for independent musicians to get their music out there and make it on a global scale. We’ve featured different aspects of their service, but today, we wanted to talk about TuneCore’s international reach. Just last week, over 80 TuneCore artists took the stage in Canada …

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Musicians: Don’t Lose Money – Learn How to Collect Royalties

In today’s day and age of the internet, easy downloading and sharing, musicians have to confront one big problem: their music being used and downloaded worldwide for free without their knowledge. With that comes a loss in potential income… for some musicians, that’s the difference between living off of their music and struggling. TuneCore’s Music Publishing Administration is the answer …

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25% Discount: Preserve your Memories Digitally with SouthTree

We weren’t all raised in the digital age. As kids, the three frugal ladies had all their special childhood moments filmed in VHS tape. My mom even has Betamax tapes of when I was a baby! It’s a shame that these wonderful VHS tape memories and old pictures are just going to waste… we don’t have a VHS to watch …

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How to Sell Your Diamond for the Most Money

Do you have a diamond you no longer want? Maybe you got divorced and would prefer not to have an engagement ring lying around that reminds you of a bad marriage, or maybe you recently inherited a piece of jewelry from a relative and it’s just not your style. Whatever the case may be, a diamond is a potentially valuable …

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How to Make Thousands on Fiverr, $5 at a Time!

Successful Fiverr sellers are raking in the big bucks, earning thousands of dollars! Let’s learn from them: what are they doing right that you can, too?

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Should I Invest in Bitcoins?

Recently, a friend of mine suggested that I follow his investment path and invest in Bitcoins. It’s not an easy decision to make – Bitcoin is a relatively new-age concept and understanding how it works is not simple. From a pure investment perspective, it works similarly to stocks… you buy at a certain price and the worth of one bitcoin will go up or down. At that point, you …

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Bandzoogle 30-Day Free Trial – Plus Save 15% on First Year

Building a website isn’t easy – especially one that looks professional and has all the functionality that you need. Musicians need a lot of features in their site including a way to showcase their music and videos, a calendar displaying any events or concerts, a way to contact the musician or see what they’e up to and more. But how …

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Remodeling Your Bathroom on A Budget

Need a freshly remodeled bathroom? On a budget? There's hope! In fact, there are a lot of very cost-effective bathroom remodeling tips and techniques.

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Teaching Teens About Financial Responsibility Using Debit Cards

It’s important for parents or guardians to teach their children about money as early as possible. The epidemic of college students getting into debt through a combination of financial ignorance and the lure of easy credit tells us that financial education is as important a part of child rearing as anything else. It’s reported that 76 percent of college students …

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Does Daylight Savings Really Save Money?

I remember very clearly the first time I experience the political phenomenon known as daylight savings time. It was in 2003, when I was 18 and I was abroad (we don’t have daylights savings time in Bolivia). Messages were everywhere reminding us to switch the time in our clocks and I was confused by it all – why where we doing …

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