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Sherrie W.

Sherrie is a part-time contributor to All the Frugal Ladies. She currently works for a small publishing firm in London and enjoys writing about her frugal (and not so frugal) life experiences and lessons learned along the way :)

5 tips for Spring Cleaning and Decluttering

Spring is here and it’s time to make some changes in your house to prepare for the warm days of sunshine ahead. While some people (like me) can’t wait for the opportunity to declutter and get rid of all the items and clothing they don’t need anymore, thus making much-needed space in their homes, for others it’s a nightmare that …

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Up to 90% off Costumes! Shop the BuyCostumes Semi-Annual Clearance Event

**This post contains affiliate links and I will be compensated if you make a purchase after clicking on my links For the entire month of May, BuyCostumes is running their Semi-Annual Clearance Sale with costumes up to 90% off! Now is the perfect time to stock-up on fun costumes for the kiddos… even yourself! Here are a few ideas on …

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Enter the Superhero Celebration Giveaway from Birthday Express

**This post contains affiliate links and I will be compensated if you make a purchase after clicking on my links Want the chance to win the ultimate celebration? Birthday Express is giving away a 1,000 party package to one lucky winner! You can enter every day from now through 5/17. To enter, click here >> Superhero Celebration Giveaway Birthday Express offers …

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Circuit’s Brand New Machine – Circuit Explore One!

**This post contains affiliate links and I will be compensated if you make a purchase after clicking through my links. If you’re new to the wonderful world of crafting — or even if you consider yourself to be more of a “basic” crafter — then Cricut’s brand new machine is just for you! This nifty new machine is called the …

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How Taxes Affect Same-Sex Couples

Like clockwork, just as spring weather starts to set in, tax time enters and Americans are racing against the tax deadline of April 15. Some people may like to get their taxes out of the way as soon as they receive their W2s and may have their tax refunds in their accounts before Tax Day arrives. Others put off filing …

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Interview with Pete Rogers

If  you’ve been following my post from last week, you’ll know I’m on a music kick. Since getting in touch with TuneCore, I’ve been wanting to share some of their advice and services for music artists looking to break into the industry. In today’s post, I’ll give you a recap on an interview with Pete Rogers, from the Creatives Dept. …

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Useful Services for Young Musicians

This week, I’m going to be focusing on the music industry and how it is becoming increasingly more democratized. We’ve been through the Napster days as teens and YouTube blew us all out of the water by letting anyone with a video camera upload their own music to the word. Today, I’m starting to see another wave of music distribution for …

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Malta – Where Island Dreams Can Come True (at a Low Price!)

Who doesn’t dream of an island vacation? But for many of us, the idea relaxing on the beaches of the Bahamas under a palm tree is just a fantasy for someday far in the future. Like when we’re too old to enjoy it, basically. But did you know you have other options? Let me tell you about a secret little …

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Empower Your Staff with Green Workplace Plants

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Having plants and flowers in your workspace makes your employees happier, and maybe even smarter. Scientific research continues to suggest that workers who function in a more natural environments perform significantly better than those who lack natural elements in their workplaces. Think about it: How would you like it if every member of your staff got instantly better, by 20%, …

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Great Gear Opportunity for the Outdoors Lover


If you, or a someone in your family, love to hunt, fish, camp, and do all those adventurous rugged activities possible in the wild outdoors, you probably know just how expensive this hobby can be. As someone who has only dabbled in hiking and camping, I know it’s always best to hear from someone more experienced. Pro Guide Direct is …

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