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  • How to Easily Break Bad Habits

    Everyone has some kind of bad habit that they want to break, whether it’s spending too much money on entertainment, logging into social media too often, or nail-biting. Many bad habits can negatively affect your life in a variety of ways, but it can be hard to break them.

  • The Benefits of Switching your Cell Phone Service, the best mobile service you’ve never heard of, wins our SavingsAngel seal of approval. Not only can it save you huge amounts of money, it’s also convenient to switch over and easy to use.

  • Interesting Ways for Teens to Earn Money

    Many teens enjoy picking up a job in the summer or on the weekends to earn some cash. Whether they want to earn extra money to save for college or a car, or they just want to find a way to keep busy, teens have a lot of summer and weekend job options. The typical teen jobs in retail shops and restaurants are perfectly fine, but they may not be a good fit for your teen.

  • 7 Valuable Secrets to Effectively Price Yard Sale Items

    Yard sales can help you declutter while making a little extra money but the dilemma of what to charge for your items can get in the way of the fun. If you charge too much money, your items won’t sell and you’ll be left with clutter. If you charge too little, you’ll hardly make any money for your efforts. To find the balance between the two, follow a few tips and tricks.

  • Save Time and Money Cooking from Scratch

    Cooking from scratch can be time consuming, which makes those pre-packaged foods more appealing to busy people. If you follow a few simple tips, though, you can cook from scratch to save money, even if your schedule is tight.

  • 5 Work From Home Tips to be More Productive

    Whether you do your full-time job remotely or you have a side hustle that you work on at home in your down time, follow these tips to be more productive and potentially earn more money.

  • How to Entertain Your Kids This Summer

    When school’s out for the summer, it can be hard to keep kids occupied all day long for months in a row. If left to come up with all their own entertainment, kids might resort to watching TV or playing on their devices all day. But it doesn’t have to be that way.

  • Get healthy meals delivered right to your front door

    FlexPro Meals is a meal delivery service that delivers healthy meals right to your front door. I’ve tried other home meal delivery services but FlexPro Meals is completely different. Nathan explains that the nice thing about FlexPro Meals is that you don’t need to prepare the meal yourself, you can just heat and you’re ready to eat.

  • How to Find the Best Credit Card for You

    Responsible use of a credit card can bring lots of value to your life. However, it can be difficult to sift through the thousands of credit cards available out there to find the one that works best for you and your personal circumstances.

  • 4 Ways to Save Money on Wedding Gifts

    Traditional wedding gifts can get expensive. You may not have a big enough budget to buy an expensive gift, especially if you’re attending multiple weddings in a short time span. Thankfully, you can save money while still getting a thoughtful gift for the happy couple.

  • 5 Useful Gifts for High School Graduates

    Many times, people get stuck in deciding what to give a high school graduate, so they just fall back on gift cards and cash. But not only can those get expensive, they may not actually be as useful to the graduate as household items.

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    209 – Are You Suffering From Food Addiction – How Do You Know?

    209 – Are You Suffering From Food Addiction –  How Do You Know? For a better listening experience, listen in: Apple Podcasts or Stitcher Welcome to a special edition of the SavingsAngel show. I am Josh Elledge, the Chief Executive Angel of, podcasting to you from the heart of the Sunshine State, Orlando, Florida. I am […]

  • Why It’s Important to Be Adequately Insured

    Most people rarely think about their various insurance policies and whether or not they’re adequately insured. You may never give your insurance a second thought until you have to file a claim. It’s important to make sure you have proper insurance coverage in place in all aspects of your life.

  • Top 6 Cards to Save on Gas

    With gas prices rising, your wallet may be stretched a little thin, especially if you’re planning some summer road trips. But not all hope is lost.Here are the top 6 cards to save on gas:

  • 4 Ways to Get the Most Out of Insurance

    Proper insurance protection is vital to protect yourself and your family against the hardships of life. In addition to the financial protection, it gives you, adequate insurance coverage can also give you peace of mind. But there are so many types of insurance coverage that you may have difficulty choosing and paying for the coverage you need.

  • 9 Useful Tricks to Save Money While Eating Out

    Dining out is one of the great pleasures of life. You get a great-tasting meal without having to lift a finger to cook or clean up afterward. Unfortunately, all of that convenience comes at a cost. Eating out can get expensive but you don’t have to be doomed to cook at home every single day as long as you follow a few simple tips to save money.

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