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Save Money With Motion Sensor LED Lights

The MSLPro Motion Sensing Socket Plug is a great way to save on lighting costs. It uses a regular LED light bulb that puts out about 475 Lumens. That is about the same as a 40 watt incandescent bulb, which is plenty of light for most purposes. I put the one we got in our […] Read More

Secrets Of A Closet Millionaire By Michele Ashby

If you have read a lot of books about money management, and budgeting, but still don't "get it", Secrets of a Closet Millionaire could be the book for you. The author says she read a lot of books, and knew a lot about finance, but didn't really "get it" herself at first. Then she met […] Read More

Easy Way To Keep Up With Your Money

I have never been really good at budgeting. I always thought budgeting was hard and got frustrated with trying to figure out how to portion out my money. I have tried several money management programs through the years including Microsoft money when it first came out years ago. Back then everything had to be put […] Read More

Gamers Helping Children

Well indirectly helping children. They are raising money for Boston Children's Hospital which treats at least 500,000 children a year (from all over the place). The really great thing about this hospital is that it treats the kids even if their family can't pay. Which means that they really NEED donations to help keep them […] Read More

Raising Money For Medical Bills On GiveForward

GiveForward is a crowd-funding site where you can set up a fund raiser for friends or family with medical needs. I found it through a link on Facebook where a lady was raising money to help get a wheelchair for a dog. So you can use it for veterinarian bills too. Actually I haven't seen […] Read More

That Rebate Sure Went Fast

We did get a small refund on our State taxes this year. It has already come in and been spent. We got my hubby a couple of  McDavid wrist supports and a couple of books about small engine repair. One for really small engines (weed-whackers) and one for larger engines (lawn mowers). The Federal tax […] Read More

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