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Extreme Money-Saving Habits of Seriously Frugal People (and the Thrifty Tips You’ll Actually Use)

They’ll go to great (really great) lengths to save a few dollars (or even pennies) here and there. Some of their habits—while totally clever!—might be extreme, but maybe there’s something you can learn from them. Here are a few seriously frugal habits along with some toned-down thrifty tips you can …

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Must-have free educational apps for your kids

There are many free educational apps you can download to your phone or tablet to help your kids learn and have fun doing it! From preschool to junior high, more than ever kids are using smartphone apps to enhance their learning. Kids 5 and Under Sight Words Learning Games – …

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Resources for Suicide Prevention, Mental Illness Concerns, Helping Parents Cope

 Via   As part of a “20/20” report airing on Friday, Aug. 4, we wanted to provide viewers with information about suicide prevention and other resources for mental health concerns or for those who are interested in learning more: The National Suicide Prevention Lifeline: Trained crisis workers are available 24 …

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