Passover Without Debt

Passover on a Budget

Passover is behind us, and with it all the myriads of expenses associated with celebrating this, and any, holiday. Passover may be one of the most expensive Jewish Holidays and therefore probably causes the most stress! Passover is also a time of freedom. A time to celebrate like royalty. What better way to celebrate freedom …

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Equal Access to Financial Independence

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#InternationalWomensDay2019 March 8th is International Women’s Day. To celebrate, I got together with some fab personal finance bloggers to arrange a blog tour. Each one of us answered the question, “Why is financial independence important to you as a woman?” To read more amazing blog posts answering this question click here.  Before I was exposed …

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Living With A Broken Dustpan: Lessons Learned from the Frugal-Not-By-Choice trenches

Living With A Broken Dustpan Lessons Learned from the Frugal-Not-By-Choice trenches There was a time in my life when I was unemployed and we (my husband and I) had very, very little money. It was a dark, depressing time. I was extremely hesitant to use credit cards or dip into savings because I had no …

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