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According to The Canadian Press, the recently released new $100 bill has retained the smell of maple syrup

Ever experienced a mix of family and finances?Was it messy to deal with?The story about me and my relatives here and how we had to deal with their attitude.

$ Mastering Math Facts: Multiplication and Division - What if 100% of your students learned their times tables this year? It can happen! This system worked for me and I know it can work for you, too! ~ Laura Candler

Mastering Multiplication Facts: Lessons, Activities, Games, and Assessments

Finding fabric online in Canada can be tough. So I've curated a giant list for you! All the Canadian shops that sell quilting fabric, apparel fabric, patterns, and notions.

The Big List of Independent Sewing Patterns for the Plus-Sized Sewist - The Finished Garment

"One time Diplo once came in to inform me he had subjected his iPhone to vodka damage. At least he was honest about it."

Secrets of the Apple Store, Revealed by Ex-Employees

Ex-employees reveal Apple Store secrets like how to get an iPhone replaced for free.

3 free collage apps - so easy, even kids can use them! #free #apps #craft

Free Apps: Collage Apps for Creating Memories

This lady is amazing!! She feeds 6 people for $200 a month, and posts her shopping trips and meal plans. Pin now read later

This woman is amazing! She has inspired me to be as organized and frugal as possible when it comes to grocery shopping. She feeds 6 people for Two-hundred a month, and posts her shopping trips and meal plans. Pin now read later

Our first "100 Days of Real Food" pledge brought lots of unexpected experiences and also lessons learned. What was originally created to draw attention to

100 Days on a Budget

Real Food Tips: 12 Ways to Keep it Cheap - 100 Days of Real Food. Stick to your budget! Real food can be bought if you are frugal!

Five dollar savings plan...Every time you find yourself with a five-dollar bill in your possession, you set it aside instead of spending it. At the end of the year, you use the money you've saved for either a big purchase or to do something you wouldn't normally spend the money to do.

the five-dollar savings plan. Every time you find yourself with a five-dollar bill in your possession, you set it aside instead of spending it. At the end of the year, you use the money you've saved for a big purchase. A good 2013 idea.

Living on less than $25,000 year - yes, it can be done! #frugal

The 5 dollar savings plan! Every time you come in possession of a 5 dollar bill, you put put it in a special jar. But really good idea!

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