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Guest Post: What’s Hot, What’s Not for Black Friday 2012

November 19, 2012
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Guest Post: What’s Hot, What’s Not for Black Friday 2012

I’m taking a mental vacation this week, staying completely offline for the Thanksgiving holiday week. That in and of itself is a much needed break. However, I didn’t want to let my Suddenly Frugal readers down by not providing content. So expect to see a few posts this week, some of them guest posts from sources I know and trust. Today’s guest post comes from Andrea Woroch, who has written for me here before. Andrea Woroch is a nationally-recognized consumer and money-saving expert who helps consumers live on less without radically changing their lifestyles. From smart spending tips to...

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GUEST POST: No B.S. Financial Advice

June 25, 2012
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GUEST POST: No B.S. Financial Advice

I like to believe that I give you frugal living advice, straight up and without any sugar coating. Author Craig Guillot has taken a slightly different approach to this kind of advice with his new book Stuff About Money: No BS Financial Advice for Regular People. This book, just out for the Kindle, delivers practical and realistic advice from 30 financial professionals on how to improve your financial life. Learn how to better manage your cash, grow your savings, dig yourself out of debt, and make some of the right financial decisions that can set you up for financial...

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GUEST POST: Summer Supermarket Savings

May 17, 2012
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GUEST POST: Summer Supermarket Savings

Today’s guest post is from Josh Elledge, Chief Executive Angel, SavingsAngel.com, a website that gives extreme savings to busy families who don’t have the time or ability to be an extreme couponer. Each week, SavingsAngel.com’s team of more than 70 “angels” combines over 2,000 products on sale at local grocery and drug stores with an enormous database of over 2,000 different manufacturer coupons. These combinations give its members access to over 300 products each week for 50% off or better. Josh is focusing on supermarket tricks for summer savings that are available starting now. Visit the Savings Angel website...

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GUEST POST: 10 Free Ways to Save Energy and Money

April 24, 2012
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Today’s guest post on no-cost ways to save money by saving energy comes from Tim Snyder, a journalist specializing in sustainability, energy efficiency, and home-building topics. Tim is a frequent contributor to Dr. Energy Saver, a nationwide network of energy improvement contractors. Energy costs are taking a bigger chunk out of everyone’s operating expenses. That’s why many homeowners are making an effort to conserve energy in different ways. While it’s usually a good investment to improve home energy efficiency by sealing air leaks, improving insulation levels and replacing inefficient HVAC equipment, you don’t need to spend money to cut...

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GUEST POST: How to Extreme Coupon

April 4, 2012
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GUEST POST: How to Extreme Coupon

Today’s guest post is from Marcia Layton Turner, a writer I’ve known for years and one of the smartest businesswomen out there. Marcia is also a savvy couponer, and is the author of Extreme Couponer: Insider Secrets to Getting Groceries for Free. In this post Marcia offers her advice on the 6 most overlooked ways to save money when shopping. Take it away, Marcia! Free groceries are hard to come by, despite what you see on TLC’s “Extreme Couponing” show. However, there are some lesser-known sources of savings that can help dramatically trim your weekly grocery budget. Here are...

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GUEST POST: Mean Moms Rule

April 2, 2012
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GUEST POST: Mean Moms Rule

Today’s guest post comes from one of my long-time writer–and real-life–friends, author Denise Schipani. Denise’s first book Mean Moms Rule: Why Doing the Hard Stuff Now Creates Good Kids Later hits bookstore shelves this month. She is the mother of two boys and lives in a New York City suburb, very close to where I grew up. She blogs at Mean Moms Rule. Denise was kind enough to share her thoughts on kids and money. Let’s get real about money with our kids, please! I happen to be the odd-duck parent who likes saying things like “no,” when doing...

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GUEST POST: Spring Clean Your Finances

March 22, 2012
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GUEST POST: Spring Clean Your Finances

Andrea Woroch is a national expert who tackles issues that directly impact consumer spending. As someone who was once swimming in credit card debt, she can relate to consumer money meltdowns and budget woes, but also she knows what it takes to come out on top. Andrea has shared her money tips with such leading news outlets as The New York Times, NBC’s Today Show, CNNMoney and many more, and in today’s guest post she is sharing some advice on how you can spring clean your finances. If the thought of spring cleaning your home is overwhelming, why not...

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Guest Post: Compulsive Shopping

February 9, 2012
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Today’s guest post is on finding a balance with compulsive shopping, something former spendthrifts are likely to identify with. This guest post is from the Frugal Dad. FrugalDad.com is a site that offers personal finance advice and the newest money saving coupons & deals and recently listed Suddenly Frugal as one of its top 50 frugal blogs–actually, Suddenly Frugal came in at #23. Shopping is a natural thing, but few people know that it can become very dangerous if some boundaries are crossed. Compulsive shopping is a behavior disorder that makes people spend money shopping just to achieve a...

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GUEST POST: Saving Money By Getting Organized

January 31, 2012
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This guest post is by June Bell, a San Francisco-area professional organizer who blogs about organizing, order and chaos at www.organizesf.wordpress.com. June and I belong to the same freelance writing organizations, and that’s how I came to know her and her great ideas. Take it away, June! The new year brings a clean slate and fresh intentions to become more organized. No wonder the National Association of Professional Organizers dubs January “Get Organized Month.” Even though today is the last day of January, I’ve got some ideas on how you can still get your home in order. Do you need...

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GUEST POST: 5 Tips to Get Organized on a Budget

January 11, 2012
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GUEST POST: 5 Tips to Get Organized on a Budget

January is Get Organized month, created by the NAPO, which calls it GO Month. GO Month is designed to help people who have made a New Year’s resolution to, well, get more organized. Since many people may be interested in getting information on getting organized this month, I turned to my friend Janine Adams, a Certified Professional Organizer and owner of Peace of Mind Organizing in St. Louis, Missouri, for today’s guest post on getting organized on a budget. You might also enjoy (Note: Some offers may have expired)3 Car Care Tips for Spring10 Tips to Choose Someone to...

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