Thrifty Tips

Get Free Stuff with Klout Perks

October 27, 2011

There’s been a lot of talk over the past few days about Klout.  Klout “measures your influence online” and assigns you a Klout score based on that influence.  The mysterious way they develop Klout scores changed this week and a lot of people are mad about their dropping Klout scores.  While I wasn’t thrilled that […]

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Couponing Tips for Single People

October 12, 2011

I’m watching Extreme Couponing as I write this post and I continue to be disturbed by this show. Umm…who needs 250 bottles of body wash?  Shows like this could lead many people to assume that couponing is only practical for people with big families and A LOT of time on their hands.  However, couponing can […]

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Las Vegas on a Budget

August 5, 2011

I’m back from spending a few days in Las Vegas and I’m proud to say that my budget is still intact.  Vegas is one of those places that can easily drain your bank account, but there are also plenty of free and low-cost ways to have fun in Sin City without breaking your budget.  Here’s […]

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Gilt City Arrives in Atlanta!

July 26, 2011

It feels like a new daily deal site debuts every day, but I’ve found another one that I actually like: Gilt City Atlanta.  The site officially launches next month, but the “First Look” has already featured great deals like free screenings for movies including Crazy, Stupid, Love.  The site describes itself as “the key that unlocks the […]

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Personal Finance Lessons from Dad

July 10, 2011

My Dad turned 60 on Father’s Day this year and the older that I get, the more I realize that most of my interest in personal finance came from lessons that he taught me.  Here are four things that I learned from my Dad: SAVE I remember being about five years old and opening up […]

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Affordable Baby Shower Gifts

July 5, 2011

I think almost every woman I know is pregnant.  Okay, that’s an exaggeration, but several of my friends are expecting babies.  With babies come baby showers (and oohing and aahing over tiny clothes and gadgets).  Printing off a baby registry list and walking the aisles of Babies R Us can be a daunting and expensive […]

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It’s Okay to Rent

June 7, 2011

I finished reading Suze Orman’s The Money Class: Learn to Create Your New American Dream last week.  One of the issues that she discusses in the book is re-thinking the American dream of owning a home.  While I still want to own a home one day, I’ve stopped feeling guilty about not wanting to own […]

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$10 Credit for YP Deals

May 5, 2011

There’s yet another daily deals site coming to town.  YP Deals is run by AT&T and will be launched in Atlanta, Los Angeles and Dallas next month.  It’s not clear what types of deals they’ll offer, but they are giving users a $10 credit for their first purchase on the site.  A $10 credit could […]

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