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Jess

Jess hails from Sunny Australia and is the youngest of the frugal ladies. She loves shopping for a bargain, reading, watching movies and spends most of her life on the beach

Why a Professional Resume Writer Is Worth the Money

In theory, writing a resume should be easy. After all, it’s technically just a list of all the cool stuff you’ve done, and how well you’ve done it, right? Unfortunately, it’s not quite that simple. A poorly written resume doesn’t effectively demonstrate why you’re the best person for the position and increases the likelihood that your application will be tossed …

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The Price Is Wrong: 4 Creature Comforts That Cost You a Fortune

We all want to save more money. Every month when the bills pile into our mailboxes, we wish we had a little more wiggle room in our bank accounts. We dream about the luxurious houses we would buy or the brand new cars we would drive if only we had just a bit more in our paychecks. However, you probably …

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Why a Cruise is an Amazing, Budget Friendly Vacation

I don’t know why, but until recently I had never thought about a cruise being a ‘budget friendly’ vacation – I also had never really considered going on one. I pictured a lot of old people, terrible buffets and being seasick. However a few months ago, a good friend of mine came back from a 7 day cruise in Europe …

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Finding Your Perfect Wedding Dress on a Budget

Let’s face it – weddings are expensive. They cannot only be expensive but they can be EXTREMELY expensive. Many couples find themselves in a huge amount of financial stress come wedding time . A time in a couples life that is supposed to be the happiest can turn into one filled with anxiety and dread. On top of that. asking …

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Orlando on a Budget

Orlando is definitely an amazing choice for a holiday, whether it’s for couples, families, singles or friends, there are a million things to do to keep you entertained. Research is key when it comes to planning an Orlando holiday on a budget. It’s best to start planning your trip at least 4 months in advance to ensure you find the …

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Best Weekend Breaks in Wales

Wales is blessed not only with beautiful countryside, seaside resorts and thriving cities but it is also small enough to travel around to different destinations within the space of a few days. If you are looking to visit Wales this winter here are 5 top destinations to enjoy for the weekend or if you’ve got longer you can try and …

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Greece on a Budget

I just returned back from a fabulous (much needed) holiday in Greece! I was always under the impression that Greece was not exactly a budget friendly place for a holiday – but after doing a lot of research, I found out that if you stay away from the more ‘commercial’ islands (Santorini, Mykonos and Ios) you can find many other …

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United by Music

I’m sure you’ve missed our music posts so here’s another one, especially for all you music lovers out there! Music is a wonderful (and frugal) way to entertain yourself. Music can transport you to another time or place. It can remind you of wonderful memories, help you through the hard times and connect you with others. Sometimes sharing your feelings …

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Accomplishing Your Music Dreams

In light of the great response to last week’s music theme, we’ve decided to write a bit more on the topic for your entertainment! If you’re a huge music fan and dream to ‘make it big’ one day, it’s important to know the steps one should take in making their dreams come true. Releasing an independent album is a lot …

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Frugal Ways to Express Your Creativity

Frugal living doesn’t mean boring living. In fact, when you’re living frugally and on a budget, it’s even more important to express your creativity and find hobbies that make you happy and more fulfilled. Fortunately, there are many hobbies and ways to express your creativity that won’t have you spending a lot of money. Don’t know where to start? You’re …

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