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Best Money Tips: Save a Bundle on Flowers

Today we found some fantastic articles on saving on flowers, getting cheap life insurance, and paying off student loans.

How to Shave $5,000 Off Your Wedding Expenses

Her comes the bride...and the bill! Learn how to have the wedding of your dreams without going into debt with these cunning cutbacks.

How to Save on Summer Garden Flowers

Get big, beautiful blooms while sticking to a little, tiny budget with these frugal gardening tips.

Affordable Flowers for Valentine's Day (or Any Day)

Flowers are a lovely, indulgent gift for a loved one, friends, or even yourself — but they can be expensive. Learn how to save on flowers with a little DIY.

Take back St. Valentine’s Day from Hallmark and Hershey’s.

Today is St. Valentine’s Day. Delivery vans filled with flowers are passing each other on the highways; the supermarket aisles filled with pink and red cards are chock full of men

Edible Flowers Make Cheap Food Beautiful Again

Those of you with gardens are probably entering a new season of produce. Squash plants are getting icky, but they are still producing more zucchini and summer varieties than you ca

The best things in life are (more or less) free

Now, at the risk of sounding like a great big softy, I have to share a moment that I experienced recently that reminded me of the real value of money and the place I want it to have in my life. Over the weekend, I was driving around Queen Anne hill [more]

Snail Free Gardening

Green gardening should be cheap. Organic gardening was the way of the world before chemical companies found ways to create compounds that could destroy pests quickly and effectively. [more]

Couplehood: Avoiding the Valentine Clichés

Valentine’s Day is nearly upon us, and you know what that means: lots of people are going to buy lots of dumb crap. But you are above and beyond that, because you read Wise Bread. [more]

Flower Power - A Guide to Frugal Valentine's Flowers

Flowers can be a huge expense on Valentine's Day - here's how to avoid spending a wad of cash on something that will be dead in a week anyway.