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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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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