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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.
Budgeting & Finance
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.
Affordable Family Travel
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 & Hotwire – I use both of these sites often for last-minute trips. Learn how I find Disney World hotels from only $54 per night using these sites here!
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.
Hilton Honors American Express Card – I also have this fantastic Hilton Amex card which I have used for many free nights at Hilton hotels. Get a 100,000 point sign-up bonus good for up to 10 free nights!
21 Ideas for Travel Hacking Without Credit Cards – If credit cards aren’t your thing, check out these suggestions from Kyle over at Millionaire Mob for how to travel hack minus the credit cards.
Saving Money at 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!