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34 Savings and Money-Making Tips for Moms
Raising a family on a budget is a daunting task. From infancy up to adulthood, having kids is expensive and it takes a lot of creativity and strategy to keep the finances in order. GOBankingRates asked some of the top female bloggers and finance experts (who also happen to be mothers) for their best money-saving tips for staying on top of family finances. © Provided by GOBankingRates money_making_tips_for_moms.jpg Related: Nearly 10 Million Working Moms are Burned Out, Thanks to COVID 34 Best Savings and Money-Making Tips for Mothers 1.
When it comes to, we like shaking things up every once in a while. It’s a quick bite that can be elevated or left simple and still taste delicious, so it’s a regular craving on our end. Plus, it’s a dramatic contrast to the prep time other meals typically have. As the pandemic continues, most of us are still in the habit of cooking daily, which means if we’re able to prepare — it’s definitely one we’ll be making over and over again. So when we saw that shared a Bacon-Maple Dressed salad recipe on Instagram and read that it only takes five minutes to make, we were hooked. Yeah, we may or may not be planning on having this every day this week.
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“5-minute (or less!) Warm Bacon-Maple Dressed Salad hits all the right notes: savory, sweet, did I mention ????!?! – and SUPER FAST ???????? ,” Ray captioned the post.
Is it just us, or does that salad look so delicious?! It’s sure to packin every bite and we can’t wait to try it ourselves. And since the chef noted that it can be enjoyed in just a short five minutes, we know exactly , Zoom lunch breaks, or even for a scrumptious afternoon snack.
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How to Rebuild Your Credit After Getting Scammed .
In this week's episode of Money Confidential, Hannah shares her story of trying to restructure her debt—and getting scammed in the process. Tayne points out a number of red flags that a resettlement agent may not be reputable, such as charging monthly fees instead of a flat percentage of what they save you, not having a physical office, pressuring you to sign up today and not take time to think about it-and, of course, having poor reviews on the Better Business Bureau or online.