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One Black Dress, Five Ways

by Sarah Chang November 21, 2014

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The season of holiday parties is upon us. As always, it promises loads of fun — but doesn’t come cheap. Who has the money (or the time) to come up with a different ensemble for each event this December? The good news is you don’t have to. We spoke with Tracy DiNunzio, CEO and Founder […]

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Win Tickets to LearnVest Live 2014

by Sarah Chang October 14, 2014

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Need a little money inspiration? Here’s your opportunity to see some of this generation’s most inspirational financial speakers live. We’re giving away 5 sets of tickets (two tickets in each set) to LearnVest Live 2014, a 1000+ person event here in NYC that’s sure to inspire and ignite your financial goals! Here are the details:  LearnVest […]

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Taking Advantage of Fall: 5 Pins That Will Inspire You This Weekend

by Sarah Chang October 4, 2014

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Although we’ve been craving crisp breezes, sweaters, and pumpkins for a while now – fall’s only officially begun. To kick things off, we’ve got some great money-saving tips and tricks that will make your October fab. From recipes to decorating, here’s the best of what Pinterest has to offer this week. Searching for some healthy […]

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How to Throw a Dinner Party on a Budget

by Sarah Chang September 23, 2014

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I make a point of getting together with my girlfriends at least once a month. It’s something I look forward to — and is even better over a great bottle of wine and some fabulous food. Meeting at a restaurant is easy, of course, but can get expensive — particularly for those of us hoping […]

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5 Pins That Will Inspire You This Weekend

by Sarah Chang September 20, 2014

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September is almost half over, and with the official start of fall on the horizon, there’s lots to look forward to. This season, we’re thinking about time management, getting organized, and saving. Before starting on anything, though, we’ve got the best of Pinterest for you, this week. Hoping to get organized on a budget? You […]

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8 Ways to Save Money While Eating Out

by Sarah Chang September 19, 2014

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In the last month, how many times would you say you have you gone out to eat, even though you have a refrigerator full of food at home? Once? Twice? Too many to count? Despite the best of intentions (and well thought out meal planning), there are nights when you probably feel too tired, swamped […]

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Parents: 4 Tips for Beating Birthday Party Excess

by Sarah Chang September 16, 2014

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As parents, it’s easy to get sucked into the excess of children’s birthday parties. Expensive venues, presents, and general overindulgence have become common for the sub-10-year-old crowd. Subsequently, it’s tough to say “no” when everyone else is doing it. But, not only is over-purchasing expensive, most of those new toys are forgotten within days (at […]

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Saving Money: 5 Pins That Will Inspire You This Weekend

by Sarah Chang September 13, 2014

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We’re all looking to save a little more cash. Of course, that’s often easier said than done! Although it may sometimes seem difficult to trim your budget and put away any more money, we’ve always got your back with new (and inventive!) suggestions. These pins will inspire you, and put an extra $30 in your […]

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Home Improvement on a Budget: 5 Pins That Will Inspire You This Weekend

by Sarah Chang September 6, 2014

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Having a comfortable and organized home can help you excel in other areas of your life. According to Apartment Therapy, “when you start to care about your home, it’s a sign you’re starting to care about yourself; the health of one begets the health of the other. Check the health of your home. What is […]

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10 End-of-Summer Recipes That Won’t Break the Bank (Slideshow)

by Sarah Chang August 31, 2014

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Those last few days of summer are always hard to give up. The sun…the slower pace…and the food (of course). There’s something about warm weather produce that’s beyond delicious. Even better are the simple dishes you can put together with just a few fresh ingredients. Labor Day may be on the horizon (literally), but don’t […]

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Personal Branding: 5 Pins That Will Inspire You This Weekend

by Sarah Chang August 23, 2014

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Your personal brand is one of the most important things you create. GoGirl Expert Pamela Weinberg says “having a unique, well-defined brand is one of the keys to landing the job you want and having career success at the job you have. A strong personal brand will differentiate you from competitors; ultimately making you more […]

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Gearing Up For Fall: 5 Pins That Will Inspire You This Weekend

by Sarah Chang August 16, 2014

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Fall is on the horizon. And although it’s hard to believe (it seems like we just celebrated the first weekend of summer!) there’s no better time to make some positive changes. Whether you’re trying to get organized financially this September, have a child going back to school, or are just looking for something yummy to […]

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Financial Self-Improvement: 5 Pins That Will Inspire You This Weekend

by Sarah Chang August 9, 2014

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There’s always room for improvement in life – and we believe that’s particularly true when it comes to your finances. It’s always possible to build a better budget, cut out unnecessary expenses, or become better organized. Of course, it takes a little bit of leg work. But luckily there are infinite resources available on the […]

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Financial Check-Up: 5 Pins That Will Inspire You This Weekend

by Sarah Chang August 2, 2014

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We’re just past the half-way point in 2015; the perfect time to plan a thorough check up with your finances! (Of course we know  you’ve been having your monthly money dates, right?)! This week we’ve got the best of Pinterest that will keep you on track with your bank account. Need to get back on […]

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How to Cut Your Grocery Bill in Half

by Sarah Chang July 30, 2014

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Have you ever been sucked into an Extreme Couponing marathon? You’re not alone. I’ve spent hours in awe of the people profiled, who somehow manage to get five carts of food for free. In that time I could have found and clipped my own coupons, of course. But it’s far more fun – and less […]

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5 Ways to Build Your Emergency Fund on a Limited Budget

by Sarah Chang July 28, 2014

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In On My Own Two Feet: A Modern Girl’s Guide to Personal Finance, GoGirl Finance’s favorite expert, Manisha Thakor and co-author Sharon Kedar share some thought-provoking statistics, “50 percent of Americans would struggle to come up with $2,000 in a pinch. A whopping 64 percent of Americans do not have enough savings to handle even […]

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Saving Money on Groceries: 5 Pins That Will Inspire You This Weekend

by Sarah Chang July 26, 2014

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We’re always looking for ways to cut our grocery bill. Couponing can be a huge money saver, of course, but it’s also time consuming (and can be overwhelming). But there’s no reason to throw in the towel; there are plenty of ways to slash your food bill that don’t involve coupons. Here are some great […]

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8 Signs You Need to Revise Your Budget

by Sarah Chang July 25, 2014

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About 40% of households don’t bother budgeting, according to Bankrate. However, we’re aligning with the 58% that said they do! Your budget is one of the most personal things you create; it’s completely dependent on your financial circumstances, expenses, liabilities, and goals. A good budget can help you fulfill your dreams, whether you’re planning on […]

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