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Here is my master list of resources I use to help us live a rich life on a budget!
Saving on Everyday Expenses
Sworkit – the free app I use to get workouts in at home. It’s like having a personal trainer in my living room for free.
$5 Dinners Meal Plan – You can try it free for two weeks then it is only $5 per month for cheap, healthy, easy dinner recipes. The best and most affordable meal plan that can save you hundreds of dollars every month on your grocery bill!
Joany – If you buy your own health insurance I highly recommend taking advantage of the free help provided by Joany. They will even pay you $25 to complete their health care survey (the survey is currently closed but may open again at any time!)
Budgeting & Finance
Capital One 360 Savings Account – I LOVE this fee-free online savings account because you can set up multiple sub-accounts and automate your savings! I have an account for my short-term savings goals and automatically add to them each month from my checking account. Open your free account here.
Credible – If you have student loans, you may be able to save a bunch of interest by refinancing them with Credible. I am in the process of reviewing their service myself and will share that experience in a post soon.
Personal Capital – A free tool for wealth building! You can measure your net worth (something I am working on building) among other powerful tools.
Orbitz – I’ve used Orbitz promo codes to save an extra 15% off of hotels many times. They don’t work on chain hotels but work everywhere else (including Disney hotels).
Priceline – I use Priceline often for last-minute trips. Their Express Hotel deals are great but narrow results to include only those with 80% recommendations and above!
Autoslash – I’ve saved hundreds on car rentals thanks to this site that seems to always deliver the lowest prices on car rentals.
Awardmapper – The tool I use to research award travel with points. Makes it SO easy to get the most out of your points.
Walt Disney World
David’s Vacation Rentals – Renting DVC points is the #1 way to save thousands on a Disney World vacation. David’s handles everything for you and makes renting points so easy (read my full guide to renting DVC points here).
Undercover Tourist – my recommended source for discounted Disney World tickets plus the best savings on a room-only reservation for more than two people in a room.
Orbitz – If you want to stay at a Disney resort and have one or two people in a room, you can save an extra 15% using Orbitz promo codes. These codes will work on some off-property hotels as well, but only if they aren’t chains.
Destinations in Florida – My recommended Disney expert travel agents. You can get help making dining and FastPass reservations all at no additional cost to you when you book with them! Get a free quote here.
Disney World Scavenger Hunt – this download will add SO much to your vacation and it is only $9.95!
Disney Dining Plan eBook – get my best-selling Kindle eBook on the Disney Dining Plan for only $0.99!
Free Printable Disney Daily Vacation Planner – Check out this super helpful printable for planning each day of your trip!
Disney Reward Visa – Earn a $200 statement credit after you spend $500 plus get great perks at Disney World
Target Red Debit Card – You can use this debit card to save 5% on Disney gift cards and supplies for your trip. Doesn’t affect your credit score and comes right out of your checking account.
Blogging on a Budget
Fiverr – I’ve used Fiverr, a freelance marketplace, many times when I’ve need technical support on the blog.
Canva – The free online graphic design program I use to create all of my graphics
MailChimp – The first email newsletter service I used. It’s free up to 2,000 subscribers and easy to use to build an email list.
MailMunch – I use MailMunch to design my newsletter sign up forms and delivery my freebie to new subscribers. The basic features I use are totally free!