Grow Food Indoors, Even in Winter

grow food indoors

The world’s most frugal foodies farm what they eat. But what if you live in an urban apartment without a yard? No problem: you can grow food indoors even if you don’t have windows!

Score Free Products With This New App

Score free producst on verydice

If you have a bit of free time on your hands and would like to use it to score some free products, check out verydice. It’s an application for iPhone and Android that allows you to virtually roll dice to win merchandise.

How Useful is the New Progressive Homequote Explorer?

Progressive Homequote Explorer

This post is sponsored by Progressive. When buying a new home, many things come to mind when solidifying your new living space for the years to come — furniture, curtains, flooring, lighting, and comfort in the palpable sense. All of this does not come however, until you find the right place and meet the financial requirements to make a commitment of this magnitude. Because you’ve

DIY or Buy Emergency Preparedness Kits

DIY or buy emergency kit

The best way to handle a disaster is to anticipate its possiblity and prepare for it in advance. The havoc of an extreme weather event or even civil unrest might force you to survive on your own for 72 hours before help can reach you. You can DIY or buy your own emergency kit.

Get Our Ebook on Spending Hacks to Save Money

Funny how inflation keeps driving up the cost of living no matter where you are. But we can help you figure out how to get more for your money, with our new ebook called How to Hack Your Spending. You can download it for free at the bottom of this post.

Why Credit Card Debt Is The Worst Type Of Debt

Millions of consumers have credit card debts that grew from $10 to thousands of dollars in a very short period of time. According to the CFPB, over 5 million new credit cards were issued in June 2017. While some debt does not seem like a big deal, just the slightest change in your budget can make it very burdensome. Some consumers will take advantage of

Homes are for Living, Not Making Money

5 reasons why buying a house in not a sound investment The common refrain you hear from home buyers is that “their house is an investment.” However, unless you are buying multiple houses to fix and sell, or to lease out, buying a home as an investment is not a particularly promising idea. Although there are a lot of benefits from owning a home, making

Saving Money with a Composter

Some parts of life are more fun than others. When it comes to composting, I’m sure that many of us would prefer to let somebody else take care of it. Composting can be unsightly and smelly, but it comes with many hidden benefits! For instance, did you know that composting saves you a lot of money in the long run? It’s true! There are many

Kitten Giveaways Are Purrfect!

Read this blog post about free kitten giveaways on Everyone Loves Your Money.

Organizations committed to preventing animal cruelty are stepping up their game with various initiatives that in one way or another amount to kitten giveaways. From roughly late spring through early fall, kitten populations tend to overflow animal shelters’ capacities. Humane societies with no-kill policies are increasingly addressing the influx with free feline adoptions during so-called kitten season. Free Kitten Giveaways And even where animal shelters