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Can You Live Rich on a Budget

Clothes, food, cleaning supplies, cars; somehow no matter how much we make, we are always struggling financially.  Jen and Barb talk to their guest Ellie Kay, author of “Living Rich for Less,” about the tricks to maximizing your dollars without sacrificing your quality of life.  Experts and Moms agree that websites such as; and are great resources to help you Live Rich on a Budget.

11 Responses to “Can You Live Rich on a Budget”

  1. sherlyoo says:

    Some of my good friends are coupon queen, they love using coupon sites and rebate sites for saving money when shop online, they always remind me do not forget to use these sites when I shop online, so funny~~but their tips are really useful, now, I love use , for free online coupons, and coupons.con for printable coupons.

  2. Jessica says:

    I’m not a mom, but these tips are very useful for anyone on a budget. Definitely checking out coupon sherpa.

  3. Joseph says:

    #1 Rule, don’t buy something because its on sale. Find something you need and then look for the deal on that product. You stray you pay!

  4. Mark The Spark says:

    I should’ve married Jen or Barb, my wife can’t live on a budget for the life of her. I’m going to work till I’m 90 because of it.

  5. belle says:

    i also love sites like and for saving money!!! they offer cash back incentives and can save you money on shipping etc. i there are some things that you just can’t live without and for those, it’s worth a few extra steps :)

  6. Julie says:

    I really like this episode! Budgeting is something every household should try to do, and to also teach your kids to start at a young age is great.

  7. Johnny says:

    and I’m definitely sharing this with the wife…

  8. Antisha says:

    Budgets are key to a successful life.

  9. Kay says:

    Great topic! I think the #1 Rule is to “Spend less than you earn”. And so important to teach your children money management skills and to save.

    • Barb says:

      I totally agree. My daughters have had their own check books since they were six. It is so empowering for them to have control over what they spend their money on and to understand how much things cost.

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