Published on Sep 5, 2017
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The Financial Diet1 month ago (edited)
To anyone asking about tour stuff, all the info is here: www.thefinancialdiet.com/book The NYC, Boston, and DC tickets are on sale And you’ll be able to buy tickets for the other cities soon — we’ll update you when they’re available! Can’t wait to see you guys IRL! -C
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The Financial Diet3 months ago
THANK YOU FOR THE POSITIVE HAIR COMMENTS EVERYONE YOU HAVE MADE MY DAY!!!!! and yes that sentiment requires all caps, i am very happy -C
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Trip Hacks DC3 months ago (edited)
Unlimited Subway/Metro passes might not just be a bad deal, but they could alter your behavior in a less than ideal way. If you feel like you need to ride the subway to get your money’s worth, you might forego walking or biking to your destination on a beautiful day.
Roberto Blake3 months ago
This is one of the most underrated channels on YouTube. And one of the most important.
Kat May3 months ago
Always learn so much from your videos 💙
Kaylee Kapital3 months ago
I don’t do any of these #frugalaf
Kelsey Carbary3 months ago
I love your hair! It’s so faaaanncccyyyy
MeanderingMeagan3 months ago
I appreciate the subtle pro-zero waste message :)
Krystal Cruz3 months ago
can I add to this? I’m a mid level environmental person. and I find people do laundry excessively because they throw clothes into the hamper way too early. you could easily get a few good days uses out of some articles of clothing and weeks for others like jeans and jackets. they also save your clothes from the wear of the washing machine and harsh laundry chemicals.
Nicole Salinas3 months ago
💙💙 the hair
Everyday Magic3 months ago
An apron is another good investment if you cook a lot at home! I know it sounds really “housewifey,” but it really does save the day with clothes. It’s also useful for general cleaning too. And they make so many cute designs that you can really have fun with it.
Amar SinEsperanza3 months ago
Love your new hair!😍😍
Juan Carlos Florián Guerrero
Juan Carlos Florián Guerrero3 months ago
Nice haircut. It goes well with your face.
B RS3 months ago
Be careful guys with the “organic” label. Just because something claims to be organic it doesn’t mean it’s better than other products. Do your research and don’t get carried away with the hype.
loveinseattle3 months ago
Love the hair! :)
La-ti-do3 months ago
With item no. 1, I thought she was going to say that the most obvious was coffee, not water!
Arthuria Rossi II
Arthuria Rossi II1 month ago
Great old time and tested ideas! The old folks were right about many things, not all but many! Thank you because we value good practices and good sense! 💚
evelyn_marie3 months ago
Great tips! One thing I stopped paying for is pedicures. I got myself a cheap foot bath off Amazon, tools like cuticle nippers, pumice stone, exfoliating scrub and some nail polishes that I’ll never get sick of. Costs a little bit of money up front but I’ll never pay $30+ each time at the salon ever again. Plus I think I do a better job than them anyway 🙂 thanks for the video!
stephanie stull3 months ago
Soooo many pillows.
Amanda Taylor3 months ago
I heard about safety razors a while ago through zero waste and just made the switch. I was a little bit afraid to use it the first time because I was worried about cutting myself while shaving. It’s a good investment, considering replacement blades are only like 15 cents a piece! If you’re thinking about buying one for shaving legs and under arms I recommend buying one with a long handle. I’ll never go back to Venus! Also totally suggest getting a diva cup or thinx to save money. Period products can be so expensive and I’ve saved so much money over the past few years not buying them!