Frugal February Challenge

The first couple of months at the start of a new year can be challenging budget-wise; most of us are still recovering from Christmas expenses so we spend most of January playing catch up and falling behind on other bills.

We want to help you break the debt cycle. Welcome to Frugal February.

As the name suggests, we’ve got some suggestions and tips to help you save money this February so you can pay down your debt and hopefully put some money aside too.

The rules are simple and even sticking to just half of them will have a positive impact on your finances:

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How to Keep Your Financial New Years Resolution

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It’s a cliche for a reason – the New Year is the perfect time to set new goals for yourself and to try and improve your life in a number of different ways.While for some people this might mean eating healthier or hitting the gym more frequently, we think that setting attainable financial goals is one of the best things you can do for yourself. Whether you have your own list of goals or are still trying to decide what to focus on, we’ve got some suggestion to help you keep your financial new years resolution:

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Mantras to Help You Control Your Spending

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The holiday season isn’t just a particularly rough time on your bank account, it’s also hard on your impulse control. With so many sales and so many gifts to buy, it can be hard to stick to your budget and control your spending.

Here are some mantras you can use when you’re in the mall (or on Amazon.ca) to help you reframe your thoughts and keep your money in your wallet.

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