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A Sommelier’s Tips for Choosing Fabulously Frugal Wine

March 14, 2016
Fabulously frugal wine, Back Label Wine, Patrick Watson

When it comes to wine, more expensive does not necessarily mean better quality. There are plenty of expensive wines that aren't that great and there are others that are phenomenal. The same is true about inexpensive wine. You can find some great cheap wines and some terrible ones. This is goo...
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3 Shopping Hacks that Will Help You Save More Money

March 11, 2016
Online shopping hacks that will help you save big

I very rarely find myself writing about shopping. First of all, I actually dislike going shopping and was very surprised to find that many women are with me on this one. It's stressful! Shopping is a mission to find the perfect item(s) in a sea of colors, sizes and shapes. Not to mention crowds,...
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Why investing is no different than buying shoes

March 10, 2016
Investing and buying shoes. Are they different?

Many of us steer clear of investing altogether because we believe it's too complicated and risky. Would you believe me if I told you that the steps involved in making an investment are no different than buying a new pair of shoes? It's true! You might not realize it but every time you make a purchas...
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10 Non-Traditional Money Sites I Love

March 03, 2016
Money sites I love, the Fiscal Femme, money websites

I believe the purpose of money is for us to live our best life in the near and long-term. We want to be saving and investing for our most important goals while also enjoying life NOW! Whether it's food, beauty, fashion or fitness, there are tons ways to be fabulously frugal. Along my money journey I...
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Stressed about taxes? Make Filing Your Taxes Easy with These 5 Steps

March 03, 2016
Make taxes easy, money help, money stress

It's that time of year again - tax time! Filing your taxes can be stressful and confusing. You might not be sure what information you will need, if you are doing it right or even worse, if you will end up owing the IRS money. While what I share with you might take some time, if you follow these ...
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Become a “Saver” with these 5 Steps

February 26, 2016
become a saver, easy budgeting, money help

People often make a change when the pain of the status quo is greater than the discomfort it takes to do something different. In our money lives that trigger might be an immense feeling of guilt or worry, impending debt or even not being able to afford something we really want. Something happens an...
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Maximize Your Credit Card Point Game

February 22, 2016
Credit card points, miles, the fiscal femme

Have you ever met someone who travels the world on credit card points? It just seems like they get a free hotel room or flight upgrade every time they travel. For me, that's my friend and credit card point expert, Jay Peay.  As you'll see from our interview, he's learned to maximize credit ca...
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4 Investing Myths Debunked

February 15, 2016
savvy investing, investing 101

The Savvy Investor Course starts tomorrow night and I could not be more excited to demystify the world of investing with this amazing group! I thought today would be a perfect day to debunk some of the most common investing myths I hear. Think about what's holding you back from getting started. ...
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Protect Yourself – What insurance do I need?

February 10, 2016
Protect yourself, what insurance do I need?

When it comes to insurance, we get bombarded with a zillion different products that we don't quite understand, aren't sure if we need and in reality can't afford. No wonder we glaze over - it seems hopeless! While you can insure just about anything (even body parts!), here are very brief overview...
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Why Tidying Up Will Save You Money

February 07, 2016
tidying up, save more, budgeting, money help

I have always struggled with being messy. It's not that I don't like having a clean room or apartment, but as hard as I tried I couldn't seem to keep my place tidy. There was always a trail of stuff in my wake. You could almost follow where I was and what I did throughout the day by the messes I lef...
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