With the Halloween season fast approaching, the daunting costs that come with making sure your little ghouls are dressed in the perfect costume can feel more like a trick than a treat, but finding the right Halloween costume doesn’t need to blow your budget! To save some cash this Halloween, your best bet is to turn to DIY designs.
Whether you were cooking for a family of four or cooking for every branch, twig, and leaf of your Family Tree, let’s face it; you’ve likely overcooked (in quantity, we know you nailed the perfect turkey this year)! Good news though, that’s (potentially) a savvy Super Saver move!
As the setting of the summer sun begins to remind us, fall is here. While the days grow shorter and the nights get a little colder we are inevitably (though perhaps, reluctantly) reminded that winter is coming, too. A little bit of fall cleaning can help to declutter our homes in anticipation for a season cooped up indoors. Projects, like cleaning out the eavestrough, ensuring windows and doors are properly insulated, and checking smoke and carbon dioxide alarms, are important parts of any fall cleaning checklist, but what about a little financial fall cleaning?
Despite your protests, it’s inevitable: summer is (almost) over. As you begin to prepare your nests for a season of hibernation, you might start to notice some extra dust and clutter that’s accumulated while you were busy soaking up rays around the pool. While spring cleaning is an important part of many pre-summer household rituals, a little bit of fall cleaning can help to declutter home, and mind, while stuck indoors through the winter. Whether it’s winterizing the deck and packing up the patio furniture, cleaning out the fridge, preparing the eavestroughs, or catching up on gardening and yard work before it gets cold, careful maintenance of your house can cost quite a bit. Follow these 10 tips below to cut your costs, not your cleaning power.
Let’s get this out of the way upfront; Post-secondary education is expensive. There are no two ways about it. The average university tuition cost across the country is $6373 each semester. Then there are housing costs, textbook costs, food, phone, recreation, travel and transportation costs…the list goes on, and on. The average Canadian student can expect to finish an undergrad program approximately $27, 000 in debt.
Below are our Top 5 Super Saving Student Side Hustles to (Hopefully) Help Secure You Some Sweet Scrilla for the School Semester.
As a parent, you want to make sure that your children are getting the skills and knowledge they need to succeed in school, and in life. While you can’t guarantee your kid will graduate to be the next Elon Musk, you can help teach them one of the most important life skills of all: How to be a Super Saver.
Celebrate the long weekend, and the last few days of summer, with a spontaneous trip. These last minute travel tips will help you make the most out of your weekend before the chaos of fall is upon us.
Packing for university is an art. In fact, packing in general is an art. Sadly, it’s almost time to say goodbye to summer road trips and beachy tans. Back to school is just around the corner, and if you’re heading away to school for the first time, those jitters might be setting in. These tips will help you master packing for university to take some of the stress away from this amazing experience.
Back to school meal planning is the perfect way to make sure you stay on budget and on time with everything going on in your busy life. Meal planning on a budget doesn’t need to be hard- or boring. Especially when it comes to packing lunches for school or work.
Back to school season is just around the corner, and much as we love watching our kids head out the door on the first day, it can be a stressful time. But if you know how to save money on back to school supplies and clothing, you can breathe a little easier.
Sometimes it’s hard not to let your jaw hit the floor when you see the list of supplies your child needs for the year. It seems like the list gets longer every year!
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