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Homemade Green Ice Cream Treats

Cheap, Homemade Green Ice Cream Treats

National Ice Cream Day is Saturday, July 15th. No matter your favorite flavor, it’s a great day to celebrate by eating the frozen dessert. We wanted to keep it green, so we found 5 green ice cream recipes that you’re sure to love. The ingredients are all affordable, so making these green ice creams will keep green in your wallet, too.

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Summer at Home Vs. Daycare

Budget Parenting: Summer at Home Vs. Daycare

The Daycare vs. Stay-at-Home debate is one that has existed for a long time. With kids out of school for summer, you’ll have the choice to either put them in daycare or keep them at home. There are social and financial pros and cons to both, making this a difficult decision for parents on a budget. In this article, we’ve taken a look at the pros and cons of both daycare and staying at home for your kids and for your wallet.

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How to Plant a Garden and Keep Some Green

How to Plant a Garden and Keep Some Green

One of spring’s most treasured and budget-friendly activities is planting a garden. When you plant a garden, you not only get to spend time outside in the warming weather, but you also save money on fresh, organic vegetables. Spending a little money to start your garden will pay off tenfold when you harvest, saving you money that you’d usually spend at the grocery store. Before you start your planting, consider the budget gardening tips in this article.

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How to Avoid a Cash Advance Scam

How to Avoid a Cash Advance Scam

A cash advance scam occurs when a scammer offers you money with the intent of taking a lot of yours. Some scammers can be convincing, especially if you have previously been in debt or applied for a cash loan at some point in your life. Cash advance scams affect thousands of people every year. Use our guide below to avoid becoming a victim of these scams and how to report them if you come across one.

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Kids & Money: Early Financial Habits to Build

Kids & Money: Early Financial Habits to Build

From the time that your child begins learning to count, they can also begin learning healthy money habits for their future. Learning financial responsibility is just as important in a person’s life as learning to read and write, and starting early will help your child cement those good money habits. Even if you haven’t always had good financial sense, you can use the tips in this article to help your child learn to think about and handle money successfully, ensuring a bright and stress-free financial future.

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