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My husband and I love to attend music festivals. Although tickets to these events can be expensive, we actually find it to be a very economical way to see lots of artists. Instead of paying $50-$150 for one concert ticket to see one artist, at a music fest you can see 20-40 artists over 3-4 … More East Coast Music Festivals, Tips and Resources
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Living a sustainable lifestyle is daunting. When I began to learn about sustainable living it felt overwhelming, as if everything that I did was bad and yet I couldn’t afford (with my time or my money) to truly have a sustainable lifestyle. Then I calmed down, broke it down, and decided to start small. I … More Live a More Sustainable Lifestyle TODAY – The First Steps
This time of year many of us are feeling ready for a vacation, but unfortunately our bank accounts may not be quite as prepared to travel as we are. Fortunately there is a way to get out of town without breaking the budget! It is possible to plan a long weekend trip (3 nights, 4 … More 6 Cities you can Visit on a Budget in 2018