a computer mouse on top of money, symbolizing my post on ebates review

And my Clio Goes to… Ebates!

Ebates, a company offering cash back for online shopping, upheld its TV commercial promise and delivered in every way. Check out my Ebates review and start using it for yourself now! Read More …

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Hand Deliver”Free”

Hand delivery is a handy tip on how to save money on postage. It may be a bit manual, but man the savings can add up over time. Open this virtual mail now! Read More …

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Twoth Fairy

I’m gonna leave some theoretical advice under the pillow regarding the Tooth Fairy amount ($2) given to my Moola Kids on those special days. What do you think … am I pearly”right”? Read More …

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Produce Productivity

Gardeners sure know the best dirt, but I have secrets to share too. To start off a series of posts on the topic, this entry highlights 10 cooking hacks associated with harvested fruits (F) and vegetables (V) that are sure to maximize your time in the kitchen! Read More …

a cell phone with online shopping and digital app icons depicting the app called ibotta

I Gotta Ibotta

Cut it out! Believe me when I say that I get cash for coupons in a modernized way with a digital app called Ibotta. Click away on the popular trend of e-clipping, which has me and my team earning some mega-moola. Read More …

an empty wallet to symbolize a weak wage offered by a focus group payout

Don’t Short-Change Your Focus Group Participants

Focused on the payouts offered by focus group facilities, I’m challenging status quo to request a fair and equitable rate for services rendered. Read More …

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Candy Grams

Reference this list of money-themed sweet treats the next time you need a thoughtful, yet inexpensive gift for any monetary occasion! Read More …

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Stuck in Purse-atory

I “purse”onally dealt with a death in the family in a strange way; in denial, I turned to shopping to salve the sadness – defining retail therapy. Read More …

an orange gift card to relay my post on spending gift cards

Gift Chards (Gift Cards, Spelled with Silent H)

Gift cards aren’t always the perfect gift. Despite boasting no expiration date or fees, I checked the balance on mine and found big opportunity areas. Read More …

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Full of Garbage

Talk trash with me and discovers that it really can be cheap. No time to waste; become a garbage “compactor” today with these down and dirty tips! Read More …

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It’s Bank-to-School Season!

When gearing up for back-to-school shopping season, I compare my totals to the national average, demonstrating the extra costs of education. Read More …

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TriANGLES

There are 3 sides to every story. Let this passage about triangles’ trifecta effect on time, quality, and money shape your mind! Read More …

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Peaceful Change

Rediscover power in numbers when activating change in today’s world. This collective spending power will make you think twice before you buy! Read More …

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They Meme Well

It’s about time that I introduce my Moola Kids to the mix and you’ll soon see that the money doesn’t fall far from the money tree! Read More …