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Living With Less: The Reality of Disappointment

Last week I had to face one of the discouraging realities of living with less…disappointment. Three weeks ago, my daughter invited me to take advantage of a promotion at the gym where she has a membership.  They were offering two … Continue reading

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Living With Less: Affordable College Education

As Mark and I state in the first few sentences of our “College: Higher Education at Lower Cost” chapter in Living With Less So Your Family Has More book…”If you want to know one Savage parenting regret, just ask us … Continue reading

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Living With Less: Decrease Spending When You Increase Contentment

Yesterday’s conversation about needs and wants was so good!  My blog posts are also posted on my Facebook page and there’s always a second conversation going on over at Facebook for each post. I thought two suggestions were worth mentioning … Continue reading

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Living With Less: Do I Need It or Want It?

Just like most everyone else, I love a good sale. And right now those after-Christmas sales lure us like a siren call.  But I’ve learned the hard way that is doesn’t really matter how good the sale is, I still … Continue reading

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Living With Less: Less Activities Outside the Home Can Mean More Activity in the Bedroom!

When Mark and I wrote the book the Living With Less So Your Family Has More we wanted to challenge families to live with less stress, less activities, and less money than is culturally acceptable.  I recently discovered the CWIVES … Continue reading

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