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10 strategies to stop unexpected expenses blowing out your budget

You can make a budget living paycheck to paycheck. While it is possible to get by in this fashion, there is always the fear of unexpected expenses. Living from one paycheck to the next might be manageable under normal circumstances, but you know that it could all come apart if anything out of the ordinary occurs. For some people, the answer to this problem is to simply not think about it. This may work for some time, but it is better to face the problem and develop a strategy that can help you prepare for situations where you might need ...
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Front Yard Decor 101: All the Basics You Need to Know

First impressions matter. Some people prefer to have a six -  foot tall fence and a pair of guard dogs to keep the people away, while others opt for a more positive approach. In any case, your front yard is the first thing your guests will get to see when they're visiting your house and it can really make an impression. Decorating your front yard is all about greenery and imagination, but it's also vital not to overdo it. These simple tips will help you transform your front yard into something completely different. Limit the Plant Number While it may ...
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3 tips to fit double bed in tiny room

3 unique ways to fit a double-bed into tiny bedroom

I remember my life was very simple when I was a university student. I was living in a dormitory with a single bed. Other furniture in the room were a desk, a chair, a wardrobe and a fridge. Fast moving 15 years later, I am now married with two kids and live in a small space apartment. Limited space in the bedroom is definitely an issue, especially if you have to fit in a double-bed. Moreover, you should be able to move around freely without bumping into the dresser or the bed! But you can still maximize the available space ...
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5 Simple Ways to Safeguard Your Identity All Year Round

Although tax time is nearly behind us for another year, it’s important to continue to safeguard your identity. In recent years, tax time has become synonymous with identity theft, as scams and cases of identity theft tend to spike during the first few months of the year. But why? Consider the amount of personal information that’s exchanged during tax season. Important and identifying documents, like W-2’s and Social Security numbers are out of the filing cabinet and on HR’s desk. For an opportunistic identity thief, it doesn’t take much to physically access your information during this time. Scott Mitic, a ...
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Taking a Break

3 Reasons Why Taking a Break from Blogging is Healthy for you!

Hello everyone! I've missed you! I am so excited to say that I am back and more motivated than ever! As you know, I've been on a blogging hiadus for a few months now. Towards the end of 2017 I was just feeling run down and burned out. At the end of November, I decided that it was time to take a break from the blog. So, I let the posts continue as scheduled through the end of the year, scheduled my autoreplies, and turned off my email notifications on my phone. I was quite hesitant about taking a break ...
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