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I used to spend WAY too much on groceries every week.  I was relying on pre-made items and microwaveable food a lot of the time, and I found myself wasting food each week. Sound familiar? I have a solution for you – meal planning. *Disclosure: This post contains affiliate links. Read our full disclosure policy […]

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The average college graduate now finishes school with over $30,000 in student loan debt. For those who have advanced degrees or attend private colleges, the amount can be much higher. My husband and I finished school with a combined total of $117,000 of student loan debt. If you have student loans, you should consider refinancing […]

The post How to Refinance Your Student Loans with LendEDU appeared first on Frugal Millennial.

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Many personal finance experts believe that your credit score is extremely important, while others (such as Dave Ramsey), say that credit scores are unnecessary. Dave refers to your FICO score as an “I love debt” score because it’s based on your relationship with debt.  Lenders use your credit score to determine how risky it is […]

The post Why Your Credit Score Matters + Credit Sesame Review appeared first on Frugal Millennial.

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The other day during yoga class, I was really struggling. My muscles were shaking like crazy and I kept getting disconnected from my breath.  I felt like the least talented person in the room. After class, the instructor came up to me and told me how impressed she is by how much I’ve improved over […]

The post What a Reverse Bucket List is – And Why You Should Create One appeared first on Frugal Millennial.

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Do you want to earn extra income so you can pay off debt, build savings, or have some extra “fun money” each month? Do you want to find a way to make passive income while you’re asleep or on vacation? If you answered “yes” to either of these questions, I highly recommend that you look […]

The post Is Making Sense of Affiliate Marketing Worth It? appeared first on Frugal Millennial.

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Maybe you’re a millennial, and you’ve just reached a point in your career where you’re being asked to travel for work. You might also be someone who’s just started a new job, and it’s going to involve a lot of traveling. Regardless of the specifics, when you’re young, and you’re about to go on your […]

The post How to Prepare For Your First Business Trip appeared first on Frugal Millennial.

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Bonfires, the smell of the ocean, and the night’s sky: everything we look forward to when hitting up summer beach parties. Whether you’re just visiting the coast or you were born and raised there, you know how much fun a summer beach party can be. Summer is all about cutting loose and having the time […]

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Do you spend too much money on food? Groceries seem to be one of the most common budget busters for many people.  We can cut back on so many other items in our budget, but we have to buy food. When you’re trying to eat a healthy diet, it can be particularly tough to avoid […]

The post The Exact Steps I Took to Cut My Grocery Bill in Half appeared first on Frugal Millennial.

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Over the past several months, I’ve woken up in the middle of the night a few times with excruciating abdominal pain, back pain, and vomiting. Since it always happened after eating a high fat meal, my doctor suggested getting my gall bladder evaluated. It turns out that I have gall stones. I had some other […]

The post Why I Have $500+ in Unnecessary Medical Expenses – And How to Prevent This from Happening to You appeared first on Frugal Millennial.

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