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Recovering from Winter Emergency Auto Expenses

Recovering from Winter Emergency Auto Expenses

The cold temperatures and harsh weather of winter are hard on your car, and even if you’ve spent time getting your car ready for winter, emergency auto expenses can still happen. Icy roads can lead to car accidents, heavy snow can damage your car, and cold temperatures can affect your engine in ways you couldn’t have prepared for. Once these expenses happen, it’s tough to know what to do. Your already tight budget and holiday shopping are on your mind, and emergency expenses might not have a place in your plan. Don’t worry – we’ve got four tips in this article for recovering from unexpected winter auto expenses.

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Budget Holiday: Halloween Costumes on a Budget

Budget Holiday: Halloween Costumes on a Budget

One of the most fun parts of fall is getting to dress up in a costume for Halloween. However, between the makeup, wigs, and fancy clothes you might need for your Halloween costume, costs can get out of hand quickly. If you’re working with a tight budget, you can still put together a killer costume on the cheap. Read below to find out how.

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Neighborhood Spotlight: Peoria, IL

Neighborhood Spotlight: Peoria, IL

Peoria, the largest city located on the Illinois River, was founded in 1691 by the French explorer Henri de Tonti and is the oldest surviving European settlement in Illinois. The settlement was initially founded as Fort Crevecouer, transitioned into Fort Clark, and was eventually named after the local Peoria tribe, a member of the Illinois Confederation. The village of Peoria, Illinois as we know it today, was incorporated in March 1835. Peoria, Illinois is rich with history and activities for families and travelers of all ages, and makes for a great budget-friendly weekend trip.

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Neighborhood Spotlight: Milwaukee, Wisconsin

Neighborhood Spotlight: Milwaukee, Wisconsin

Founded in 1846, Milwaukee is the largest city in the state of Wisconsin. Milwaukee is known for its brewing traditions and has earned many nicknames including Beer City and Brew Town. As the 31st largest city in the United States, Milwaukee has a multitude of things to do for people of all ages, interests, and budgets. If you’re planning to visit Milwaukee, there’s plenty to do without overspending, and you can still get a true taste of the Midwest on a budget vacation.

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Getting Back in the Gym on the Cheap

Getting Back in the Gym on the Cheap

The best way to save money at the gym is to avoid a gym membership altogether and work out outside. However, as the weather cools and snow starts to fall, working out outdoors becomes impractical, if not impossible. Getting back in the gym doesn’t have to cost a fortune, and the tips below will help you save money on a new gym membership.

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