Let’s Go Green with Eco Friendly & Recycling Tips from the FatWallet Blog!

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FatWallet doesn’t just bring you “green” because of the cash back savings you can earn!

We’re pretty passionate around here, at FatWallet Headquarters, about making wise choices when it comes to the environment and our health! We do what we can, from the lunch table chat about what we shouldn’t put on our skin, to the eco friendly cleaners we use and the recycling we collect every day.

Our guest bloggers and staff have done their part as well, to spread the word about ways to go green too!

Here’s a quick round-up of the Eco Friendly, Green Living, and Recycling tips that have been shared on the FatWallet blog.

Using What You Know to Increase Income

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If you’ve ever wanted to find a way to earn extra money on the side of your career or have ever dreamed of building a business of your own, using your talents, skills, and experiences, this post may be the kick-in-the-rear to help you make it happen!

Welcome to the first post in a series of blog posts this week leading up to International Women’s Day on Friday. Stay tuned for information on increasing productivity, family and money, happiness, and planning for the future.

New Year’s Giveaway: Rock Your Resolution

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Here at FatWallet we are busy planning what our resolution for 2015 will be and some of you may be as well. Whether you’re planning on saving money, getting organized or finding a new job, we’ve rounded up a list of the top items from Amazon that could be on your list to start your… 

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Money Advice for The College Graduate

Graduation is a scary time – trust me, as someone in the throes of it, I feel your pain. The future has never looked quite so mysterious and open. But besides the worrying about a job, apartment, town to live in and all of that, there is something else most likely on your mind (as it is mine): money.

Money Saving Tips for Families and Households on a Budget

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Children are expensive, and the amount that parents spend on raising them is much more than it used to be. In fact, the Department of Agriculture recently announced a study estimating the costs of raising a child to be approximately $235,000. If your family wasn’t already on a budget before you had kids, changing your spending habits to start saving money now may seem daunting and difficult. While money won’t ultimately buy you happiness, reducing your debt and saving money can bring you peace of mind, security, and the financial freedom to pursue the things in life that make you happy. Here are a few helpful money saving tips for families looking to build up their emergency fund, save for retirement, and build wealth.

Spring Cleaning Clutter to Cash: Ways to Make Money from Your Trash

It’s that time again. Two words: Spring cleaning. There’s a lot of stuff we can do without. Whether you’re a homeowner with an overflowing attic or a college senior who is about to graduate with way too much stuff than you know what to do with (hint: that’s me), now is the perfect time to get rid of the stuff you don’t need. That leaves you with some options…