JCPenney: Buy One, Get One Free Nike Shoes!

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JCPenney: Buy One, Get One Free Nike Shoes!
This post may contain affiliate links. Read my disclosure policy here. Right now, you can score Buy One, Get One Free Nike Shoes at JCPenney! For a limited time, JCPenney has Nike shoes on sale Buy One, Get One Free! No promo code needed. Please note that this excludes sale and clearance shoes. Check out these deal ideas… Buy one pair of Nike Air Max Oketo Mens Running Shoes – $75 Buy one pair of Nike Run Swift Womens Running Shoes – $70 Total after Buy One Get One Free = $75 $37.50 each after sale Buy one pair of Nike Downshifter 9 Womens Running Shoes – $60 Buy one pair of Nike Flex Essential Womens Training Shoes – $60 Total after Buy One Get One Free = $60 $30 each after sale Buy one pair of Nike Zoom Rival Fly Womens Lace-up Running Shoes – $90 Buy one pair of Nike Zoom Winflo 6 Womens Running Shoes – $90 Total after Buy One, Get One Free = $90 $45 each after sale Choose free in-store pickup to avoid shipping costs. Thanks, Hip2Save! [...]
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12 Amazon Purchases We Are Loving Right Now

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12 Amazon Purchases We Are Loving Right Now
What better way to find your next great purchase than to consult financially savvy consumers much like yourself — you know, the kind of people who read Money Talks News? We couldn’t think of a better way, which is why we rounded up the Amazon products that were most popular last month among Money Talks News readers, including our own staff and contributors. Don’t worry: [...]
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How to Make Your First $100 From Blogging {free class}

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How to Make Your First $100 From Blogging {free class}
Are you a new blogger or a longtime blogger who still hasn’t figured out how to really make money from blogging? You don’t want to miss my new brand-new class on How to Make Your First $100 From Blogging. Best of all, it’s FREE! In this free class, you’ll learn: 5 tried and true ways YOU can make money from your blog today The #1 mistake most bloggers make that keeps them from earning an income My secrets for building a 7-figure blog on a shoestring budget Plus, you’ll have the opportunity to ask me your burning questions about monetizing a blog Go here to sign up for one of the two times I’m teaching it on Saturday or the one time I’m teaching it on Monday. The class will be about 50 minutes long and then I’ll allow 30 minutes extra at the end to answer your questions live. By the way, on these classes, I’ll also be unveiling my brand-new course, Monetize Your Blog: A Beginner’s Guide to a Profitable Blog. You’ll be one of the first ones to have the opportunity to sign up for it! P.S. If you can’t make it to the live class, still go ahead and sign up because I’ll be sending you a replay of the class once it’s finished. [...]
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When The Thrill of The Hunt Lands You in a House Full of Clutter

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When The Thrill of The Hunt Lands You in a House Full of Clutter
Guest post from Julianna of The Simplicity Habit: Do you love getting great deals? I do! I’ve always been a frugal person. I was raised in a home where I was taught to budget and manage money well at a young age, and I’ve continued to hone my skills over the years. It’s a running joke with my family that when anyone gets a great deal, they talk about how proud I will be. And I am! I don’t like wasting money nor do I like hearing when other people have spent too much on something. The Thrill Of The Hunt It’s thrilling when I can combine sales and coupons to spend as little as possible. I once went to Kohls and bought 3 pairs of jeans and another pair of pants for a grand total of $1! In case you’re wondering how, they were all 90% off combined with a coupon and a $10 gift card for it being my birthday month… and yes, I saved that receipt like it was a trophy. Clutter Accumulation While I still enjoy the thrill of the hunt and pride myself on finding deals, I realized these deals came at a cost. I’d buy things I didn’t truly love or even want sometimes because they were a good deal. This was the first way I started to accumulate clutter. The second way was from my creative endeavors. Over the years, I’ve tried a few different things including photography, sewing baby blanket sets, and furniture and thrift store finds flipping. Each of those came with a slew of supplies. I got everything on sale or even free. In the end, it all became a stockpile of clutter in my home — to the point where I was no longer able to park even 1 car in our 3 car garage. Yikes! Decluttering Ironically, as I was stockpiling, I began reading books about decluttering my home and life. I had gotten to a point where I was so weighed down by the stuff that I knew things needed to change. This journey brought me to my work now, which is as a professional declutterer and writer. I learned a lot going through the process of decluttering my home, and while I still hold onto my deal-finding ways tightly, I’ve learned to be more mindful in what I purchase. Before buying anything, I ask myself these 5 questions: Do I really want or need this? Am I settling? Will we be able to use this before it goes bad? Do I have the space to store this? What will it cost me? 1. Do I really want or need this? It’s so tempting to buy something because it’s a great deal. There’s often scarcity with the product being on sale for a limited time or with limited quantities. and I don’t make the best decisions when I feel stressed. If it’s something I already planned to buy then yes, I’ll snatch up that great deal. If not, I choose not to buy on impulse anymore. That landed me in a house full of clutter and I don’t want to repeat that mistake. 2. Am I settling? Do you ever go shopping for a specific item and end up settling for something that wasn’t quite right because it was the closest thing you could find? For me, that always ended with money wasted and an item that became clutter. I’m quite opinionated so if I don’t love something, I don’t want it. I don’t want to wear clothes that almost fit. There’s nothing more annoying than having to constantly adjust clothing. Don’t settle for good enough. 3. Will we be able to use this before it goes bad? I ask this question primarily for food, but it works for anything that can expire. It’s awesome to get great deals on produce. It’s less awesome when that deal is rotting in your fridge a week later. Be realistic about what you can use in the amount of time you have before it will go bad. Some things can be frozen and other things can’t. Be wise so that you aren’t wasteful. 4. Do I have the space to store this? Along with using it before it goes bad, don’t intend to freeze a ton of meat if you have a tiny freezer. Know your space limitations. This can happen for things that don’t expire as well. You know it’s turning into a problem when you’ve installed racks in your bedroom to store your toilet paper overstock because you found such a great deal. If you ever watched that extreme couponing show, you know what I’m talking about. 5. What will it cost me? When shopping locally, consider the cost of gas and your time. Yesterday I bought some applesauce pouches that were on clearance. I briefly considered driving to additional locations to buy more, but realized it wasn’t worth the cost in gas or my time. The things we own don’t just cost us money. Once you bring something into your home it takes your time and energy to clean, maintain, and store it. If you’re feeling burdened by your home and are suffocating underneath the clutter, it’s costing you breathing room and your peace. In trying to find my balance between simplicity and frugality, I started shopping less and being much more intentional with my choices. I will always be a deal hunter, but I’m more thoughtful in what I buy so that the thrill of the hunt will never again land me in a house full of clutter. Julianna Poplin is a wife, mom, professional declutter, and writer at The Simplicity Habit. She writes to encourage moms who want to declutter and simplify their homes and lives. top photo sources 1, 2 [...]
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Kids’ Birkenstocks only $29.99 + shipping!

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Kids’ Birkenstocks only $29.99 + shipping!
This post may contain affiliate links. Read my disclosure policy here. Wow! Proozy is having a big sale on kids’ Birkenstocks right now! Need back to school shoes for the kids? Proozy is offering Kids’ Birkenstocks for just $29.99 when you use the promo code MSM2999 at checkout! There are lots of styles and colors to choose from! Pay $5.95 for shipping or get FREE shipping on orders over $50! (Go in with a friend for two pairs to save on shipping!) Valid through August 6, 2019. Psst! Want to save more on kids’ back to school clothing? Be sure to check out these great tips! Be sure to check out all of the Best 2019 Back To School Deals! Don’t forget you can also sign up for our daily email newsletter to get all of the best back to school deals emailed to you every week! And be sure to check out my post on 5 Simple Ways to Save on Back to School Deals. [...]
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Transfer Capital One Miles to Avianca With a 25% Bonus

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Transfer Capital One Miles to Avianca With a 25% Bonus
When one transfer bonus ends, another one begins. At least that’s the case for Capital One Venture or Spark Miles cardholders. Capital One is running a new promotion this month that will give cardholders a 25% bonus on all miles transferred to Avianca Airlines LifeMiles. The standard transfer rate for Avianca is 2:1.5, but with... Meghan Coyle is a writer at NerdWallet. Email: mcoyle@nerdwallet.com. The article Transfer Capital One Miles to Avianca With a 25% Bonus originally appeared on NerdWallet. [...]
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What Is Student Loan Refinancing, Really?

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What Is Student Loan Refinancing, Really?
It’s understandable if your student loans are taking a backseat to other, more pressing matters, like finding a roommate, saving up for a car or meeting work deadlines. But taking the time to refinance your student loans can potentially save you a bundle on interest over time. If you qualify, refinancing can be a safe... Valerie Lai is a writer at NerdWallet. Email: vlai@nerdwallet.com. The article What Is Student Loan Refinancing, Really? originally appeared on NerdWallet. [...]
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