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Your teens will be buying their own groceries soon. You need to teach them these lessons right away.

Teach Your Teen to be a Smart Shopper

Most financial experts agree that the best way to teach kids to be a smart shopper is to actually let them TRY it.  They need to learn from their own successes and failures.  Since one of your biggest recurring expenses is your grocery budget, this is a great place to start. Do you realize our teen is […] Read more…

Why You Need to Control Your Fast Food Spending

Fast food seems like such an easy and harmless thing – a burger here, a pizza there, maybe a latte in the morning, but before you know it, it can really sabotage your budget.  Take a look at some of the statistics below: Quick Fast Food Statistics Most Americans eat fast food 1-3 times a […] Read more…

The Pitfalls of Direct Sales Companies

The Pitfalls of Direct Sales Companies

This was a tough post to write.  Even though I have relinquished my position in the direct sales industry, I still feel a certain loyalty to “my” companies.  I don’t want to feel like I am bashing any particular company or say that they aren’t running their business ethically.  Some of them are very ethical […] Read more…

How Cut your Power Bill and Save Money

I’m the leader of the local Green Team at my company.  We have designated teams like this at our major locations around the company to come up with ways to help the company be more socially responsible through recycling and other “Green” initiatives.  Lots of easy ways to save on your power bill if you’re […] Read more…

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