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Preparing Financially for a Family

Family Travel on a Budget
By: Samantha Paxson, Chief Experience & Marketing Officer at CO-OP Financial ServicesAnticipating the birth of your first baby is at once exciting and intimidating. Along with the countless joys this new little person brings comes the insistence that you plan your family’s financial future wisely. Still, rather than be daunted by the facts – according to recent estimates, raising...

Painless Ways to Save Money

With the holiday season looming upon us, many of you are scraping for any spare change you can find. There are numerous tricks to save money and allocate that cash towards the inevitable festivities, travel and shopping expenditures that will ensue. Here are some painless ways to save here and there that’ll optimize your spending:Shop SmartIf...

Free Things to do in NYC This Summer!

Now that summer is in full swing, it’s time to get out there and enjoy everything the Big Apple has to offer. But having fun doesn’t mean breaking the bank! In fact, free things to do in New York City this summer include a cultural extravaganza of free recitals, museums, concerts and performances. Museums: Museum of Modern ArtLocated in midtown Manhattan,...

Ocean-view Campgrounds on a Budget

Corney Brook Campground in Cape Breton Highlands National Park, Nova Scotia Cape Breton Highlands: © Parks Canada
Whether you’re getting back to basics in a cozy tent or enjoying the comforts of an air-conditioned RV, you’re sure to love these ocean-view campgrounds on a budget! Think family bonding time activities like making yummy campfire s’mores, stargazing, collecting seashells or running along the beaches while kite flying. If you’d like to be adventurous - heaven forbid - maybe...

The Best Family Friendly Hostels in Europe

The Beehive (Rome)Rome in general can be terribly expensive, especially when traveling with a family as there are plenty of mouths to feed and lots of expensive attractions to be viewed. Luckily the Beehive exists, a gem of a hostel that welcomes families with kids of all ages. Families can choose from 12 bedrooms that accommodate families or self...

How to Escape Student Debt

Student Debt
A little over a week before Christmas I got really sick. It started with what I thought was a bad migraine. I’ve experienced severe migraines in the past, so I began taking the necessary steps to alleviate the pain and get rid of it. Nothing worked. The migraine actually began to get worse all the way to the point...

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