To save or not to save?

I always feel like I need to save every receipt and piece of monetary paperwork. However, then I get behind on all of my filing! I have so many piles waiting to be added to the filing cabinet. So what exactly do you need to save? I have compiled some tips from a few sites... Continue Reading →

Don’t throw out your expired coupons!

(updated 4/16/17) Did you know that military families can use expired coupons for 6 months after their expiration at commissaries overseas? Thanks to a program called “Coups for Troups” you can put your expired coupons to good use. You can either adopt a family or send your expired coupons to one of their satellite centers.... Continue Reading →

Review: Aish.com

Many of you may already be familiar with Aish HaTorah's website. They are an international Jewish educational organization that is amazing.  Both my husband and I had the opportunity to study at their programs in Israel. Their website is full of wonderful features, articles, and videos. The thing I like best about Aish is that... Continue Reading →

Declutter responsibly

  (updated 4/20/17) Several times a year I get in a decluttering mode. I try to rid my home of things we don’t need, use, or want anymore. It is always nice to earn a little money from getting rid of things, but otherwise my goal is that the items go somewhere they can be used or at least recycled! It... Continue Reading →

Don’t throw it out!

  (updated 4/10/17) There are so many cases where we have saved money by not throwing out something broken. How is that possible? There are several things you can do with an item you might be thinking of throwing out (forgive me if any of this is something you already know): ∞ Fix it: I am fortunate... Continue Reading →

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