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There’s a concert for everyone with Live Nation’s $20 ticket promo

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Live Nation is back with its $20 Kickoff to Summer offer. Tickets to 40+ concerts coming to DFW are only $20, taxes and fees included! The offer starts TODAY (Tuesday, May 2) and ends Tuesday, May 9, at 11:59 p.m., while supplies last. To purchase tickets, visit LiveNation.com/20ticket. From alternative to hip hop and country to pop, there’s definitely a show for everyone. Check out these concerts coming to Dallas/Fort-Worth: 5/4… Read more




Delicious and Affordable: Meals on a Budget

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One of the biggest expenses in a budget is food. Daily we have to come up with delicious meals that satisfy us and anyone we’re cooking for. This list is here to make that task easier and much less expensive!   Cook for Leftovers Budget your money and your meals by spending a bit more, making a bit more, then freezing the leftovers for later. These are recipes that taste… Read more




7 Tips To Help You Save Your Pennies!

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“A penny saved is a penny earned.” –Benjamin Franklin Pennies add up, and the time you spend cutting costs, finding sales, and couponing can add up to well-earned savings. Use these money saving tips, resources, and ideas to keep your money going where you want it to.   1. Spend your money before you make it! Making a budget for each paycheck will help you put your money where you… Read more




No more chunky wallets thanks to Gyft’s digital gift card app

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When it comes to birthday, wedding or holiday gifts for my friends, family and co-workers, I usually opt to purchase them a gift card for the special occasion. In my opinion, a gift card lets the recipient purchase whatever they want. It saves you countless hours in the store, especially if you’re on a time crunch. So when I discovered the Gyft smartphone app, I learned I can continue purchasing gift… Read more




Money-saving tip: Checking Out Cookbooks from the Library!

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I love to cook and try out new recipes; in the recent past I have been using Pinterest to try new recipes. However, sometimes I swear people either didn’t taste it when they made it or the recipe was mistyped. In light of all of those PinFails, I decided to start using professional recipes for a while. So I started looking for cookbooks, did you know that some of the… Read more




21 Tech Tools to Revive Your Resolutions

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This is a guest post from Andrea Woroch, a nationally-recognized shopping expert for Kinoli Inc. It’s only been a few weeks since the ball dropped in Times Square, and yet many of us already abandoned our New Year’s resolutions. Studies show less than 10 percent of resolution-makers actually meet their goals, meaning the majority will continue to overspend, eat poorly and fail to exercise. Break out of this resolution rut by… Read more




How to Enjoy the Holidays Without Going Broke

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The holidays may be the time for rockin’ around the Christmas tree, but all those festivities can carry a hefty price tag. If you’re like me, the holidays mean new party gear, visits to friends and family (hello, gas and airfare!) and lots and lots of presents. All that celebrating can wreak havoc on your wallet. However, it’s possible to cut your spending and still enjoy the holidays in style.… Read more




How to efficiently clean your closet and make a profit

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As the long winter weather makes way for some welcome sunshine, we begin the annual spring cleaning event. And isn’t the best part of cleaning out your closet making room for a new summer wardrobe? Even in this tight economy, a fresh, clean closet filled with well-made clothing is still a possibility. Carolyn Schneider, expert bargain shopper and author of The Fifth Edition of The Ultimate Consignment & Thrift Store… Read more




Money-Saving Tips from Reliant Energy

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February is almost through, and that means 10  more months of keeping up with your 2013 resolutions- new and old!  One resolution you can always work on is saving money – and Reliant is offering you and your readers five easy tips to do just that. Who says resolutions need to start in January? Use these tips and make a resolution to start saving money today! Don’t buy what you… Read more




Can you really buy a house as a twenty-something?

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One of the first things people ask when the meet me is how I managed to become a home owner. When I tell them that I was just 22 when I closed on my town home, the questions usually start flowing. How on earth does a twenty-something make such a large and important purchase? While it is not easy, it is certainly not impossible, and it really can be a… Read more



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