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Starting a side hustle is something that people are increasingly doing in addition to their day job, and when it goes well it often turns into a full-time job and a successful business. While there are plenty of benefits to branching out and starting a side hustle, you’re still probably going to have to invest […]

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Having a job that you love is one of the most rewarding aspects of modern life. After all, we spend far too many hours at work to feel unsatisfied by those daily activities. Nevertheless, nobody should overlook the need and desire for financial rewards either. Those monetary elements often encourage people to switch careers, and […]

The post How To Earn More Without Changing Industry. (Yes, It Is Possible) appeared first on Frugal Millennial.

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If you are on a tight budget, proposing may be daunting. After all, a lot is made of the money spent when it comes to engagement rings and proposal ideas. However, you will find that the money side of things really doesn’t matter. You have probably just built it up in your head because of […]

The post Romantic Proposal Ideas for Those on a Budget appeared first on Frugal Millennial.

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When my hubby and I decided to pay off our combined $117,000 of student loan debt in just three years, I knew I would need to make some major changes in order to achieve this aggressive (and slightly insane) goal. I’ve never been a huge spender, but I used to splurge on certain things that […]

The post My 3 Year Spending Ban: 25 Things I Stopped Buying appeared first on Frugal Millennial.

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Dreaming about going skiing but not too keen on the prices? Don’t worry; you’re not alone. The fact is that it’s the price of taking a trip to the slopes that stops most people from booking a winter skiing break. After all, skiing is renowned for being a price holiday, isn’t it? It’s not just […]

The post Skiing on a Budget? It is Possible! appeared first on Frugal Millennial.

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Millennials are at a unique time in their lives and careers right now. Many Millennials are starting to get the point where they’ve finished school and started careers. As they move along in those careers, they may start weighing whether or not they want to start their own business. There are advantages to having your […]

The post 3 Signs You’re Ready to Start a Business appeared first on Frugal Millennial.

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Want to go on vacation but can’t afford it?  How about going on a day trip?  If you live in the Midwest, Taylors Falls is a great (and cheap) option. Located right on the Minnesota/Wisconsin border, Taylors Falls is an hour drive from the Twin Cities.  It’s also one of the most beautiful places in […]

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Frugality comes naturally to me, so I generally save money pretty easily.  The one area where I tend to overspend is grocery shopping. I hate cooking and eat a lot of microwaveable/prepackaged meals. As you can imagine, this is not cheap!  I’ve been working on reducing my grocery spending (my goal is to cut my […]

The post 10 Ways to Save Money on Groceries appeared first on Frugal Millennial.

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College is expensive, and it’s no use pretending that it’s not. Having to take out student loans when it’s unlikely you’ve ever even had a credit card seems pretty daunting. But a lot of people can’t pay for their college education without their loans. If you have to borrow the money, you might as well […]

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My husband and I stick to a super strict budget since we’re trying to pay off $117,000 of student loan debt in just three years. The only area where we REALLY have a problem with overspending is groceries. That’s why I was excited to learn about the Ibotta app! *Disclosure: This post contains affiliate links.  […]

The post Ibotta App Review: How to Earn Cash Back for Everyday Shopping appeared first on Frugal Millennial.

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