Oakland to Hawaii as Low as $200 RT on Alaska Airlines– Ariana on pointchaser.com has the story on how you can get to Hawaii on the cheap.
Perks and Pleasures of Homemade Baby Food– When my kids were babies I had no idea that making your own baby food was even an option, which is a shame because my kids were big eaters and I spent a fortune on those little jars. Miss T. from prairieecothrifter.com tells you what you need to know so you don’t have to waste as much money as I did.
Faking a Predictable Paycheck When You Have Fluctuating Income– This article by Luke writing on biblemoneymatters.com caught my attention for the wrong reason. From the headline I assumed it was about committing fraud on loan applications, and I was fascinated by the idea that this was appearing on a Christian website. Sadly, it’s merely a great system for those who work on commission or the self employed to set themselves up on a budget.
The Time I Overpaid For a House Cleaning Service– Is paying a cleaning service to clean up your old rental when you move out a wise investment if it means getting your whole deposit back. Maybe. Mr. CBB from canadianbudgetbinder.com tells you what to look for when choosing a cleaning service.
How to Stage a Home on a Budget– Anybody who has ever sold a house knows how stressful it can be to try to make everything in your house just perfect. Grayson from debtroundup.com has an infographic on the small things you can do that will make the biggest impacts in home staging.