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Tips for Traveling To New York On a Budget

Most people who have traveled at some point can confirm it doesn’t come cheap.  However, it’s possible that with careful planning and researching that you can make any trip work for your budget without going broke. New York, in particular, can be a very pricy destination.  Yet, there are plenty of tricks to save on transportation, sightseeing, eating out, and accommodations.  Here are some of the best tips for having a perfect vacation in the big apple on a modest budget. Save On Transporta...
Tags: Travel, Sponsored, New York, Budget


Frugal & Free Activities For Kids / Families in the Northwest 1/18 – 1/24

This weekend is Martin Luther King, Jr’s birthday! Which means most of us will have a long weekend, which sounds great. We found a good array of fun events to attend, including some Martin Luther King, Jr celebrations. Hope you all have a great weekend. Make sure to check out these fun ideas around the Northwest: Portland Staycation Ideas Seattle Staycation Ideas NW Weekend Getaway Ideas on a Budget (updated weekly) And if you find a fun, frugal event that’s not listed, feel free to leave a c...
Tags: Budget, Entertainment, Washington, National Parks, Bellevue, Portland, Vancouver, Seattle, Martin Luther King, Frugality, Pacific Northwest, Martin Luther King Jr, Tacoma, Northwest, Michael, Tallulah


14 Wedding Budget Tips From The Experts

Today, we’re continuing our dive headfirst into what is, perhaps, one of the most daunting aspects of planning a wedding: your wedding budget. As much as we know how much you would like to avoid the topic entirely, this is actually the single most important part of your planning process. Why? Your wedding budget allows you to create your wedding plan. Knowing how much money you have to allocate toward your wedding day, discovering what is most important to you, and funneling those funds properly...
Tags: Budget, Pinterest, Wedding, Wedding Planning, Sarah, Kara, Tips & Advice, First Things First, Things To Know, Pro Insight, Newly Engaged, Caitlin Jones, Belinda Philleo, Nicole Jansma Nicole Jansma, Brittany Bishop Brittany Bishop, Kara Rebello


Are You Prepared To Buy or Build That New Dream Home?

When building your dream home, you want to make sure that it’s a place you absolutely love. This will be a place that is exclusive to you and your family. It could be on the lakefront or close... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]
Tags: Texas, Budget, Parenting, Mortgage, Money Tips


How To Create A Wedding Budget

Wedding budgets are THE most important aspect of a wedding. Of course your marriage is the most important aspect,  but when we’re talking about wedding planning, it’s your budget that gets the place of honor. One would think that it would be easy to create a wedding budget, but it’s something that there isn’t any kind of “set” formula for, so it’s a bit of “unknown territory”. Heck, all of wedding planning is unknown territory if you’re at the point of creating your budget! It’s important durin...
Tags: Budget, Wedding, Wedding Planning, Wedding Budget, Newly Engaged


How Will the Government Shutdown Affect Your Wallet?

All aboard! We’re navigating you through uncharted water. Here’s how the longest government shutdown in American history may impact your wallet and what you can do about it. Table of Contents Impact on Tax Returns Tips for Government Employees Affected Tips for Government Retirees General Tips to Budget for Emergency Scenarios Bottom Line A s of this weekend, we’ve now reached the longest government shutdown in U.S. history. The last government shutdown of this magnitude was in the m...
Tags: Personal Finance, New York, Budget, News, Congress, Washington Post, Washington, Marketing, House, Npr, Ira, Instacart, Irs, Cnbc, Opm, Yahoo Finance


The Best Celebrity Perfumes That Are Still Worth Checking Out

Yes, celeb perfumes are still around. And these are the ones you need to get!Choosing a perfume is hard. Designer fragrances often don’t justify their steep price tags with unique, memorable scents, but inexpensive body sprays don’t have the staying power to make drowning yourself in endless spritzes worth it. In comes the celebrity perfume.Once a backbone of the perfume industry, these affordable scents aren't too popular anymore. (There’s a great article in Cosmo that explains how social media...
Tags: Amazon, Kim Kardashian, Budget, Rihanna, College, Beauty, Paris, Ariana Grande, One Direction, Perfume, Britney Spears, Santa, Fragrance, Cosmo, J Lo, Britney


Phiaton CURVE BT 120 NC: Bluetooth and Noise-Canceling on a Budget

I’m continually impressed by Phiaton. Over the years, their over-ear headphones are still among the best we’ve ever tested. They’re latest earphones — the Phiaton CURVE BT 120 NC Bluetooth noise-canceling earphones — are a great option for travelers looking for earphones that are wireless, affordable, and — perhaps most importantly — noise-canceling. Phiaton CURVE BT 120 NC Review The Skinny In the manufacturer’s own words, the Phiaton CURVE BT 120 NC earphones are: Premium active noise-canc...
Tags: Amazon, Budget, US, Sydney, Lax, Phiaton, NC, Amazon Product Advertising API


How To Optimize Your Google Map Listing For Maximum Conversions


by Tim Brown, owner of Hook Agency and author of “Growthhackathon: Digital Marketing on a Budget“ Did you know that online purchases account for only 8.3% of all retail sales in the US ? This data is good news for brick and mortar businesses because it means that customers are still making their purchases in person. What has changed is how we discover businesses. Increasingly, we use our mobile devices to find what we need, which means that being findable online — specifically on Goog...
Tags: Google, Startups, Budget, Nbc, Minneapolis, US, Seo, Google Maps, Tim Brown, Search Engine Optimization, Forbes, Tim, Professionalisms, SEO marketing, Hook Agency


Frugal & Free Activities For Kids / Families in the Northwest 1/11 – 1/17

Don’t know about you, but I’m looking forward to the weekend. There are a few good events to attend that look like so much fun for the family. Got some museum fun, movies, even a few lingering winter events as well. Have a great weekend! Make sure to check out these fun ideas around the Northwest: Portland Staycation Ideas Seattle Staycation Ideas NW Weekend Getaway Ideas on a Budget (updated weekly) And if you find a fun, frugal event that’s not listed, feel free to leave a comment so we can...
Tags: Budget, Entertainment, Washington, Portland, Vancouver, Seattle, Frugality, Pacific Northwest, Tacoma, Northwest, Michael, Peter, Tallulah, Don, Des Moines, Beaverton


Cross-section of CSU leaders praise Gov. Newsom’s budget proposal to add to university system’s budget

Leaders in the California State University system lauded Gov. Gavin Newsom’s 2019-20 budget proposal to allocate an ongoing $300 million in additional funding to the system that oversees 23 campuses. Newsom announced his “California For All” budget proposal of allocating $13.6 billion toward child care, education and more, Thursday morning, Jan. 10. The proposal offers a $1.4 billion increase in higher education for the state’s three systems – University of California, CSU and Community Colleges...
Tags: Budget, California, Sport, Soccer, Higher Education, Local News, Gavin Newsom, CSU, UC Irvine, California State University, Cal Poly Pomona, Cal State Long Beach, Newsom, California Faculty Association, Timothy P White, Top Stories LADN


Kitchen of the Week: Two Young Paris Architects Completely Redo Their Kitchen for Under $4,300

It’s been a heady few years for architect couple Hélène Pinaud and Julien Schwartzmann. The two, both 27, met as students at the Strasbourg National School of Architecture. After graduation in 2014, they moved to Paris and launched their firm, Heju, an abbreviation of their first names. They hit the ground running, designing apartments, boutiques, events, and a slew of clever DIYs: see, for instance, their Homemade Terrazzo Table, Metal Wall Organizer, and Tiled Plywood Side Table-Plant Stand wi...
Tags: Books, Budget, Diy, France, Germany, Paris, Ikea, Diy Projects, Mediterranean, Kitchens, Julien, Breuer, Helene, Smeg, DIY & Remodeling, Kitchen of the Week


Kitchen of the Week: Two Young Paris Architects Overhaul Their Kitchen for Under $4,300

It’s been a heady few years for architect couple Hélène Pinaud and Julien Schwartzmann. The two, both 27, met as students at the Strasbourg National School of Architecture. After graduation in 2014, they moved to Paris and launched their firm, Heju, an abbreviation of their first names. They hit the ground running, designing apartments, boutiques, events, and a slew of clever DIYs: see, for instance, their Homemade Terrazzo Table, Metal Wall Organizer, and Tiled Plywood Side Table-Plant Stand wi...
Tags: Books, Budget, Diy, France, Germany, Paris, Ikea, Diy Projects, Mediterranean, Kitchens, Julien, Breuer, Helene, Smeg, DIY & Remodeling, Kitchen of the Week


Federal Workers’ Union Sues Over Forced Work Without Pay During Shutdown

A union representing 150,000 government employees — including workers at the IRS, Customs and Border Protection, EPA, FDA and other agencies — sued the government Wednesday, saying the Trump administration had too broadly interpreted a law that requires certain federal employees to work without pay during shutdowns. “If employees are working, they must be paid—and if there is not money to pay them, then they should not be working,” Tony Reardon, the national president of the National Tre...
Tags: Budget, News, Congress, Irs, Trump, OMB, Mick Mulvaney, NTEU, Matt Shuham, Tony Reardon, National Treasury Employees Union NTEU, Federal Workers ' Union, IRS Customs, Border Protection EPA FDA


USDA Says Food Stamps Will Be Funded Through February Amid Government Shutdown

Nearly 40 million Americans benefit from the program
Tags: Budget, News, Uncategorized, Overnight, Onetime, USDA Says Food Stamps


How to Optimize Visual Content Marketing on a Budget

Is your business’s visual content marketing on a budget? You just launched your freelance career. You’re a new startup aiming to grow big. Your small business is ready for growth but on a budget. When your business is young, hiring a graphic designer may not be in your budget. Make no mistake, there is undeniable value in having a freelance or in-house graphic designer to boost your online presence with compelling visual content marketing materials. This incredible value often comes at a hefty p...
Tags: Facebook, Budget, Marketing, Sales, Content Marketing, Canva, Content Marketing Tips, Instagram Pinterest, Visual Content, Finance Planning, Low Budget Marketing


Rising Mortgage Rates Take Big Bite out of Buyers’ Budgets

– A slowing housing market doesn’t mean it has suddenly become a good time for prospective home buyers as rising rates keep mortgage payments climbing. – If rates reach 6 percent, the typical U.S. buyer will have $52,800 less to spend on a home. – The brunt of rate increases is felt most sharply in pricey places like San Jose – where shoppers might soon be looking at homes $100,000 less expensive – Washington, D.C., and Boston. It most lightly hits pocketbooks in Miami and Tampa. – Nearly 50,000...
Tags: Real Estate, Budget, Washington, Boston, Buyers, Mortgages, Radio, Miami, San Jose, Zillow, Tampa, Buyer, Seattle Wa, Real Estate News, Zillow Group, Zillow Inc


Report from Sweden: Introducing Arket (the Next Muji?)

I’m just back from a cold, dark, magical New Years week in Stockholm. What to do when it’s 28 degrees out and there are there’s just about six hours of sunlight? Do as the Swedes do: bundle up, go for a brisk walk, then hunker down inside and implement the Swedish knack for brightening the home in midwinter. Among the lagom ideas I’m taking back with me: candles on every surface to combat the January dark, remembering what it’s like to be quiet (no incessant background music in restaurants; calm...
Tags: Europe, Books, UK, Budget, Sweden, Portugal, Ikea, Airbnb, Candles, Stockholm, Alexa, Swedish, Muji, Scandinavian, Södermalm, Shopper's Diary


You can go too cheap on a laptop, and this is what happens when you do

It might seem like all budget notebooks are the same, and you can pick any old one off the shelf. That’s not true, though, as a quick comparison between the Acer Aspire 3 and Aspire E 15 demonstrates. The post You can go too cheap on a laptop, and this is what happens when you do appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: Budget, Trends, Computing, Acer, Notebooks, Acer Aspire, Aspire 5, Aspire E 15, Aspire 3


LEVEL budget airline review

In 2017, a new budget airline called LEVEL took its inaugural flight from Barcelona to Los Angeles. It’s owned and operated by IAG (the same company behind British Airways, Aer Lingus, Iberia, and others) and is based in Barcelona. The early impression from flight experts like the team at The Points Guy weren’t great — even for a budget airline — but just over a year into the company’s short life, LEVEL is hitting its stride. Like many late-20s professionals, I’ve been experiencing the newfou...
Tags: Travel, Reviews, Europe, Budget, New York City, Los Angeles, Barcelona, Netflix, Paris, Manhattan, Airlines, Tripadvisor, Iag, Iberia, Level, Budget Airlines


Clix Marketing Blog’s #PPC News & Views: Friday, January 4, 2019

Happy Friday, friends, and welcome to this week’s edition of the Clix Marketing Blog’s PPC News & Views! From the Experts 3Q Digital 4 Lessons Being a Camp Counselor Taught Me about Good Client Services: Short of advice on packing bug spray, this clever piece offers really good insight into our industry while making the correlation to being out in the wild. CXL 4 Essential Methods of Session Stitching in Google Analytics: Don’t destroy your data — lean into this thoughtful post and you’ll...
Tags: Budget, Sem, Ppc, Google Analytics, Client relationships, Ppc News And Views, Facebook Advertising, Don, Michelle Morgan, PPC News amp, Event promotion, Client Services, Kristin Palmer, Budget Allocation, Engines Pinterest Three


Frugal & Free Activities For Kids / Families in the Northwest 1/4 – 1/10

Most of us will have kids going back to school soon, which is crazy! But we still have a few holiday or winter themed events to attend. Also, note some of them this will be the last weekend. So if you’ve been wanting to go, now is the time. Hope you all have a good week. Make sure to check out these fun ideas around the Northwest: Portland Staycation Ideas Seattle Staycation Ideas NW Weekend Getaway Ideas on a Budget (updated weekly) And if you find a fun, frugal event that’s not listed, feel...
Tags: Budget, Entertainment, Portland, Vancouver, Seattle, Frugality, Pacific Northwest, Tacoma, Northwest, Michael, Tallulah, Don, Des Moines, Beaverton, Redmond, Bainbridge Island


Create a Personal Finance Balance Sheet to See Where You Stand

If you’re planning a financial overhaul in 2019, one of the first things you need to do is figure out where you stand. And as advised by Kiplinger, one of the easiest ways to do that—and potentially discover possible cracks in your foundation in the process—is to create a balance sheet.Read more...
Tags: Budget, Lifehacks, Assets, Balance Sheet, Liabilities, Kiplinger, 2019


Newly Engaged? 10 Steps To Start Planning Your Wedding!

Hi friends! “Engagement season” is here (Yes, we have a term for it), and I don’t know about you, but my Facebook page is filled with engagement announcements! There is so much love and excitement that surrounds a newly engaged couple, and I just absolutely love it! But soon after that excitement wears off, you’re hit with the reality of the fact that you have to start planning a wedding– something that you most likely have no clue about, right?! Sure, you’ve been in a wedding or two, or maybe o...
Tags: Budget, Wedding, Don


5 Ways To Improve Your Life In The New Year

There are many small changes you can make to change your life and improve your health and your finances. Here are some common ones you can change this year. The post 5 Ways To Improve Your Life In The New Year appeared first on Bible Money Matters and was written by Melissa. Copyright © Bible Money Matters - please visit biblemoneymatters.com for more great content.
Tags: Budget, Fitness, Finance, Marketing, Melissa


Frugal & Free Activities For Kids / Families in the Northwest 12/28 – 1/3

We have less than a week left of 2018, but still, have quite a few fun events to attend even some fun family-friendly New Years Eve events. Also wanted to mention that most of these events listed are more than one day. Just double check the link listed. Hope you all have a wonderful New Years Eve, and Happy New Year!~ Make sure to check out these fun ideas around the Northwest: Portland Staycation Ideas Seattle Staycation Ideas NW Weekend Getaway Ideas on a Budget (updated weekly) And if you ...
Tags: Budget, Entertainment, House, Bellevue, Portland, Seattle, Frugality, Pacific Northwest, Tacoma, Northwest, Michael, Grey, Tallulah, Des Moines, Burien, Ivar


How to shoot professional product shots on a budget at your own home

If you want to take professional-looking product shots, you don’t need fancy gear and a studio. As a matter of fact, you can do it for under $30 without leaving your own home. In this video, Jakob Owens of TheBuffNerds will show you how to do it, and you can apply this technique to product […] The post How to shoot professional product shots on a budget at your own home appeared first on DIY Photography.
Tags: Photography, Budget, Tutorials, Product, Product Photography, Jakob Owens, Low Budget, TheBuffNerds


Why You Need a Cheap Analog Food Thermometer

These days, a digital thermometer is up there with a good knife on the list of indispensable kitchen tools, but you never hear anyone recommend their analog predecessors. That’s too bad: old-school thermometers do the exact same job for a fraction of the price. Read more...
Tags: Food, Cooking, Budget, Cheap, Lifehacks, Kitchen Tools, Thermometers


Why You Need a Cheap Analog Thermometer

These days, a digital thermometer is up there with a good knife on the list of indispensable kitchen tools, but you never hear anyone recommend their analog predecessors. That’s too bad: old-school thermometers do the exact same job for a fraction of the price. Read more...
Tags: Food, Cooking, Budget, Cheap, Lifehacks, Kitchen Tools, Thermometers


PocketGuard App Review – Know What’s in Your Pocket at All Times

If you’re finding yourself short money at the end of each month, you may need help with budgeting. Here’s one that fits neatly in your pocket–it’s called PocketGuard. Here’s everything you need to know about this app from cost to customer service. PocketGuard 9.2 ...
Tags: Reviews, Google, Budget, Marketing, Canada, Money Management, All Times, Budgeting Tools, Kevin Mercadante, Top Money Management Apps, PocketGuard, PocketGuard Referral Program