My debt reduction journey, including tips to balance financially frugality and living life fully

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  • How to avoid sleepless sleepovers
    on Apr 23, 2009 in entertainment sleepovers
    Planning a sleepover for one’s teenagers can cause one some sleepless nights if you don’t plan it carefully. Sleepovers does not have to cost an arm and a leg, there are plenty of ideas for keeping costs to a minimum while maximing fun!
  • Working late?
    on Mar 5, 2009 in humour credit crunch
  • Tips for controlling emotional spending
    on Feb 19, 2009 in debt control emotional shopping
    As promised before, here are some tips to control emotional spending: Become aware of how you are feeling. When you are spending money on things you don’t really need, take note of how you are feeling. Are you feeling sad, depressed or upset.
  • Are you an emotional shopper?
    on Feb 15, 2009 in debt Emotional shopper
    Since I started tracking my daily spending patterns I have noticed something. I think I am an emotional shopper. Whenever I am sad or depressed, I just have to buy something. It doesn’t matter what it is, even a can of cooldrink, but it immedia.
  • Cost-saving kitchen appliances
    on Feb 10, 2009 in Savings Tips appliances cost-saving
    One place one can really make an effort to live more frugally is the kitchen. Not only when it comes to groceries and food, but also appliances. The following are my main cost-saving kitchen appliances: Crockpot. A crockpot uses very little ene...
  • Saving while on a roadtrip
    on Feb 4, 2009 in Savings Tips roadtrip travel
    This past weekend I went on a roadtrip with my family. After coming home and calculating all that we spend on the road trip, I realised there are ways of actually limiting the costs associated with going on a road trip. Here are some tips in this reg...
  • How to use credit wisely
    on Jan 24, 2009 in personal finance credit credit card
    Before the economic crisis started and good economic conditions prevailed, access to credit was easy and quick. Many of us “collected” credit cards and ran up our debt on each card. Does this mean credit cards are an evil? No, credit c
  • Dieting on a budget
    on Jan 18, 2009 in Savings Tips budget diet
    For many of us our New Year’s resolutions include losing weight or at least eating healthier. Dieting is perceived to be expensive, but there are many ways one can eat healthy without spending a fortune: Buy fruit and vegetables at a fresh pro.
  • Financial resolutions for the new yearMany of us are in the habit of making new year’s resolutions regarding our weight or things we want to do or achieve every year. But how many of us focus on our financial situation, set goals for reducing debt, etc? Although this is an area tha.
  • How the economic recession is affecting pets
    on Dec 29, 2008 in General economic recession pets
    I discovered this story on how the economic recession is affecting pets too. Owning a pet has become a luxury. The estimated cost of maintaining a pet for a year comes to $800. Here are some tips on how to ensure your pets are taken care off during t...
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