How to Stay Healthy Without Paying for an Overpriced Gym Membership

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Going to the gym isn’t always the best option for everyone who wants to work out and stay healthy, in fact, for some, it doesn’t make sense at all. Since 67 percent of gym members don’t go to the gym at all and many more don’t go often, it results in an unnecessary expense.

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How to Make the Most of Your Garden to Save Money

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Can you really save money by growing your own fruits and vegetables? Yes, of course you can if you plant your garden and grow the right things. In fact, an average plot provides an estimated 300 pounds of fresh produce worth $600, according to a study by the National Gardening Association (NGA). That estimate is based on an average gardener’s investment of $70 – so $530 is a pretty nice return!

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Fun and Budget Friendly Activities to do as a Couple or a Family

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After over a year of cancelled vacations and staying home, many people are anxious to get back to going places and doing things. Those activity costs can add up, especially if you have a large family. Don’t worry about having to drain your savings or 401K (BTW, we don’t recommend doing that!), there are plenty of ways to get out and enjoy doing things together that are budget friendly.

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Decluttering? Items You Shouldn’t Put in the Donate Pile

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Spring cleaning season is here – and everything in your house is fair game. If you are like many people, your purges fall into two piles – trash/recycle or donate. While you might have the best of intentions with you decluttering donations, your local thrift store may not actually want everything that you are eager to get rid of.

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Green Ways to Improve Your Home and Save Some Money

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It doesn’t matter if you are a renter, homeowner, or even still living at home with your parents, it’s safe bet to assume that you care about protecting the environment, and also saving money because who doesn’t want to save money? Here are some simple tips to protect or improve your home, while also saving you some green!

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Measuring Customer Lifetime Value – It’s all about the Data

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When it comes to measuring the effectiveness of marketing and customer satisfaction, data is king. One of the most important metrics to determining long-term success is measuring customer lifetime value.  

What is customer lifetime value (CLV)?

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Teaching Your Teens about Credit

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If your teenagers are like many, they probably think they already know the ins and outs of just about everything including money and credit.  They are yearning for their first debit and/or credit card, thinking about buying their first car and also looking at college and the dollars associated with a 4-year degree.

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How to Support Local Restaurants without Blowing Your Budget

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This past year has taken its toll on a lot of people and businesses. One industry that’s suffered a lot is the restaurant industry. With hundreds of restaurant businesses closing their doors, it’s important to help support your favorite local eateries so that they can continue to serve their delicious meals and treats to the community.

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How to Decide Which Charity Your Small Business Will Support

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Just because you are a small business, doesn’t mean you can’t make a big impact on local charities. In fact, about 75% of small businesses donate to charities every year. Small businesses play an important role in building their communities and serving those in need. As an owner, you are probably approached a few times a year by several non-profits in your area looking for some donation dollars to help them continue to do their good work. Of course, you can’t donate to everyone, so it’s important to donate to those charities that make the most sense for you and your business.

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The Importance of Having Proper Insurance Coverage

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When it comes to insurance, it’s one of those things that many people have a love hate relationship with. It’s great when you need it, but it’s often one of those expenses many people see as an opportunity to skimp on to save a few bucks. Afterall, how often do you really make a claim? If you don’t have the right coverage, it could cost you thousands!

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