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The Jenny Pincher is Back!

Yes the blog is back!! After taking a year off (or maybe longer – I can’t keep track) the blog is back and ready to give you more content! You might have noticed I’ve brought on some staff writers to assist me with keeping up. But don’t worry, the message and purpose of the blog […]

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5 Tips For Traveling Solo

There is this myth out there that you have to travel with at least one other person. Well, let me tell you, that is just not true. I’m not expert solo traveler, but I have gone to a few vacation destinations by myself. I have also met a good amount of solo travelers when I’ve […]

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Do You Have an Emergency Fund?

Do You Have an Emergency Fund?

Okay, those two pennies in the picture are probably not enough for your emergency fund, but they are a good start. There are many people in the world who live without an emergency fund, and that is just something I could not do. I found a statistic the other day that said nearly 30% of […]

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