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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 :)

Budget-Saving Home Décor Tips

home decor budget

After doing some Spring Cleaning, you might be thinking of new and fresh ways to style your home. Instead of making a spontaneous (and potentially very costly) trip to Bed Bath & Beyond, you can start making some wiser and long-term decisions on how to give your home a bit of a facelift. You Don’t Have to Be a DIY …

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A Roundup of Reviews on the Mint Finance App

As frugal lifestyle bloggers, we are always on the lookout for tools and technology to help ourselves and our readers better manage their personal finances. Mint is one such tool. Purchased a few years ago by Intuit, Mint is a great online service to help you better manage your personal budget and spending patterns. What’s So Great About Mint, Anyway? …

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Spring Break Without Breaking the Bank

spring break budget

This post goes out to our student (and teacher) readers and our own nostalgic selves. Who hasn’t wished for a Spring Break vacation or watched the parties on MTV from back in the day? Some of us may even have our own stories and memories from Mexico, the Bahamas, or Florida! But, if the parents aren’t paying the bills, planning …

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The 3 Biggest Money Mistakes I Made in College

college party

After seeing the headline, you’re probably expecting to read about me partying too much, making dating mistakes, not going to class enough, etc.. Those may all be true, but you’re on our Frugal Ladies blog, so I’m going to focus on the biggest financial mistakes I made throughout college. And believe me, they are horror stories indeed! Hopefully, my experiences …

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A Simple 7 Step Guide to Saving Your Mortgage Deposit

Buying a home is the dream of a lifetime for so many of us, and for most of them, it will be the greatest financial investment we ever make. However, to get your foot in the door of home ownership, it is necessary to make a deposit against the mortgage loan. After college, many of my friends started saving immediately …

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