How I Spent No More than 10 Bucks on a Boden Jumper

I recently bought a Boden sweater for less than $10. No, I did not find my bargain at a local goodwill or thrift store; in fact, I bought a brand new sweater shipped directly from Boden. Even though I cannot guarantee the strategies stated below are going to land you the same deal, they can … Continue reading How I Spent No More than 10 Bucks on a Boden Jumper

How to Use Cashback Monitor to Maximize Your Savings

The coronavirus pandemic has made us more reliant on online shopping than ever. According to the latest Digital Commerce 360 analysis, consumers in the U.S. spent $861.12 billion online in 2020, up 44% from $598.02 billion in 2019. Statewide lockdowns and fear of contracting the virus deterred consumers from visiting brick-and-mortar stores, resulting in the … Continue reading How to Use Cashback Monitor to Maximize Your Savings

Five Places to Look for Used Kidswear

According to USDA's most recent report, Expenditures on Children by Families, 2015, otherwise known as "The Cost of Raising a Child," the estimated clothing expenditures on a child could be as high as $960 per year for a married-couple household with less than $59,200 of before-tax income. In fact, the report also points out that … Continue reading Five Places to Look for Used Kidswear

Five Tips to Reduce Your Grocery Bill

On average, food costs are the third largest monthly expense for households, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, following only housing and transportation costs. Average food expenses per month in 2019 were $680.75, and of that, $386.92 came from grocery bills. That accounts for 5.6% of the average monthly income or 7.4% of the … Continue reading Five Tips to Reduce Your Grocery Bill