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Insurance Savings for Not-for-Profit Members

When you’re digging your way out of debt, there are, essentially, only two variables to consider; increasing your income and decreasing your spending. If you’ve already made moves to try to do one or both of these things, you’ll already be aware of just how much the really small things can help get you on the right side of the debt tipping point. Charles Dickens expressed this best in his great novel of 1850, “David Copperfield” in which one of … Continue reading

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The mystery of plumbing and why $2 is a good investment

Do you want to absolutely confound me? Talk technical to me. Our town’s municipal utility informed hubby and I the other day that we have a malfunctioning water meter and that they would drop by sometime between 2 p.m. and 4 p.m. Thursday to take a look at it. (I love the two-hour time frame … but God love the repair guy, he was at my house by 2:30 p.m.) While the repair guy and I have no clue what … Continue reading

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June is here!

Well, my no-spend month is over, although I’ll be honest – I think I learned a greater appreciation of what makes me spend (or not) than actually being successful at not spending money. Another upside of my experiment is that my pantry is a wee bit more manageable now since the moratorium on grocery shopping. In other news, my snowball is continuing to roll. I paid off the one credit card last week and will have enough money to pay … Continue reading

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