Monthly archive: January 2011

One way to save money on groceries and cooking is Once a Month Cooking (OAMC) or freezer cooking. If you search for OAMC or freezer cooking, there are various websites and blogs with recipes and ideas. With OAMC you make a plan for meals for a month and make all of the meals in one [...]

In one sense by clearing clutter and being organized you can save money. If you have things organized and in certain places, you know what you have. How many times have you had to go out and buy something and then later found the same item in your home. Also, with articles of clothing if [...]

Although it is nice to receive a tax refund, it is not free money.

The Teen Girl’s Gotta-Have-It Guide to Money is a quick read and good reference to get a teen interested in learning how to earn and spend money.

One of the personal finance authors I follow is <a href=>David Bach</a>. He has a new book, Debt Free for Life that just came out and he is offering a free <a href=http://>download</a> of it until midnight tonight. A couple of his other books are Smart Women Finish Rich and The Automatic Millionaire. I [...]

This afternoon I stopped at the Dakota Boys Ranch store on 32nd Ave and saw they have boxes of valentines for $0.99 (30-36 cards per box).  Some of the boxes have cards and pencils (16 per box).  Also, cello treat bags $0.49 for a package of 20 bags. Some of the themes of the valentines [...]