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I Filed For Bankruptcy After Lularoe And Now Work 2 Jobs Hello Family How Are You Today? I watched this video…

The Best Chicken Brinerade It does an amazing job of making chicken tender, juicy, and flavorful, in very short order. A quick 90 minute soak in a few pantry ingredients will transform your chicken. Seriously. A few ingredients that you probably have on hand already! I know it seems like this should not make a big difference in your chicken, but trust me, it does.

How to help your child become a Confident and Happy Traveller…. The moment I took the photo below was the moment I realised that Miss Frugal was a more confident and happy traveller than I am. We had just navigated our way across Heathrow to get from the gate where our internal flight landed to the gate where our flight to Los Angeles was departing from and she led the way the whole time.

Emotional Childhood And Adulthood Have you ever felt like you're blaming someone else for how you feel? It feels useful and true to do this, but it couldn't be further from the truth. The truth is your thoughts cause your feelings. Nothing outside of you causes you to feel anything. The government, your spouse, your boss, or your child cannot cause your feelings.

Competition tips to help you win more prizes I love entering competitions - I call it window shopping with the added bonus of actually getting some of the items you want. This frugal hobby can help you to save money too, by winning cash and vouchers as well as prizes.

How to Haggle Like a Pro So You Can Save Money EVERY Time Want to get the best bargain every time you shop? Use these actionable techniques to help you haggle like a pro and save £100s each year. As savvy consumers, we all like a bargain and getting value for money. Whether it's knocked down food at the supermarket, cashback on top high street brands or a deal on your phone and broadband.

Oops - spot the mistake This large stamp seemed reluctant to adhere to my acrylic square. I gave it a quick squirt with soapy water, dried it and it adhered.

This and that - 6 miscellanous things! I've got a collection of randomness for you today, frugal people. Hat tip to WilliamB for sending me the article! The FTC recommends that you choose the credit monitoring option from Equifax.

How to Plan for a Free and Cheap Flu Shot This Year It's not too late to get your flu shot this year, even a cheap flu shot. Here are ideas for where you can go to save money on a flu shot.

Selling Cars Privately or Via Dealership? What You Must Know Selling a car, via negotiation, is an art form. Negotiation is all about persuading the other person that you have something of extreme value that they need. If you do that, money becomes a secondary issue because the other party will want to seal the deal.

Argos 3 for 2 Toys Event - Sale Dates for 2019 Need to know when the Argos '3 for 2' on Toys is going to be live? We have all the information right here, including some top money saving tips to make the most of this yearly Christmas shopping event.

Five Odeon Cinema Tickets for Just £20 from Groupon The latest Groupon cinema deal gets you five Odeon cinema tickets for £20 or two tickets for £10. Valid at cinemas nationwide, this limited time deal will end soon so grab them quick. Fancy catching a movie or two with the kids, or perhaps you fancy taking the better half to the cinema but don't want to pay full price for the tickets?

Responsible Investing: RBC InvestEase Offers New RI Portfolios What are your thoughts on responsible investing? Share in the comments below? Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email.

Five Frugal Things - Vintage fashion modification, for one She had a green silk long-sleeved top that had a lot of irreparable damage in the armhole area, along with several previous repairs. I suggested that we just give up on the sleeves and make it a sleeveless shirt instead. It was a pretty wide shirt, so I made it a little skinnier and hemmed the sleeve openings.

The financial difficulties I face being self employed This is a paid collaboration with Fidelity. I am really blessed to be able to call blogging my full time job, but being self employed is a dream for some people. Choosing your hours, following your passion, controlling your life, it sounds great! The nature of living that vision isn't always as plain sailing as the dream itself.

Emotional Childhood Because many people feel like victims as if they are at the mercy of other people in their lives. Emotional adulthood behaviors occur when we take responsibility for how we feel and make choices for how we want to feel.

Ten budget family meals for the week before payday…. Today I'm sharing ten budget family-friendly meals which are perfect for the week before payday! I've lost count of the number of times over the years when that last week before payday has felt like it would never end!

Two small meals in one… Welcome to several new followers via here and Bloglovin. I am sorry I can't greet you by name from here as blogger no longer shows them. DB and I can no longer eat large plates of food so we eat the amount that suits us. To others, this may only be a snack.

The Weekend Edition #89 Have you had a good week? It's been a lovely weekend so far I spent the day with Alfie yesterday, just the two of us and it was so nice. I rarely get the chance to spend the day with him by myself and it was good. We did lots! Gymnastics, happy meal and then a bouncy castle place all afternoon.

Super Chilled Saturday in the Garden Today, I spent most of my time in our small city garden. I mentioned a few posts back how we're trying to give it a big overhaul this autumn. Many of the shrubs and trees had got overgrown and some were just too big for the space they occupied, mainly because I failed to prune or cut them back properly last year.

Homemade Nandos spicy rice recipe…. Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email.

Review: Eco Thrifty Living Book…. It's not often I do a book review on here but then again, it's not often that a blogger friend writes a book that could have literally been written for me. Eco Thrifty Living is written by Zoe Morrison, who writes a popular blog by the same name.

A new hobby…. I think I have been a little below par in myself for the past year or so and couldn't be bothered with much at all. Now I feel better and willing to tackle something new. My DDiL said I should look around for something to do, look into it and if its for me, to just go for it.

80's party costume ideas If you are thinking of attending a costume party that is decade specific, I have the ultimate list of 80's party costume ideas.

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