9 Money Saving Tips To Save Hundreds On Car Insurance

Did you know you could save hundreds of dollars per year just by switching your car insurance company?

If you work from home or don’t drive your car often, you can even qualify for a premium for low mileage drivers.

I reached out to my car insurance and asked them all the ways I can save money to lower my premium. They shared a lot of helpful info with me that I’m sharing with you today. This is a must-read!

Check out these nine money-saving tips that will help you save thousands on car insurance. 

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Liberty HealthShare Review – How I Get Healthcare While Self-Employed

Disclaimer: I am not a healthcare professional and this review is solely my opinion and experience with Liberty HealthShare. Before you make a big decision involving healthcare and health insurance, you should do your research and make sure any plan will cover your needs and fit your lifestyle and beliefs. 

Update 11/5/19: I’ve had several bad experiences with Liberty Healthshare. The process claim took so long, that my doctor now refuses to accept Liberty. Currently, I’ve had to submit the claim myself and have been waiting 1 month for customer service to even get back to me. I also had to pay for a bill myself because Liberty took so long to pay it, otherwise, it would have been sent to collections, hurting my credit score. As I am writing this it is November and the bill I paid for was from March. I still have not been reimbursed. Unfortunately, I do not recommend Liberty Healthshare. 

After being with traditional health insurance for most of my life, I decided to enroll in Liberty HealthShare due to the low deductibles and affordable monthly cost.

Working as an entrepreneur limited my health insurance options and the options I did have had insanely high deductibles with a high monthly fee.

I decided I wanted to publish this post once I had a few experiences using Liberty HealthShare, so you’ll see my actual bills of receipt and experience at the very end of this post.

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How To Cut Meal Prep Time And Save Money On Groceries

Coming up with a meal plan that is both delicious and pleasing to the entire family can easily become stressful.

Feeding a family of four can range from $150-$290 a week.

Imagine eliminating just one evening of going out to a restaurant a week for a month, and you could save over $240 a month.

Spending just $5 a month on a meal plan that does all of the work for you can help tremendously in your savings department.

The shopping list and meal plan are already prepared for you, all you have to do is pick up the food and cook.

The $5 Meal Plan allows you to save a large amount of money each month, as well as time saved from trying to figure out what to cook and what ingredients you’ll need.

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13 College Student Jobs That Pay Up To $40 An Hour

While the last thing a college student may want to do is work during the school year, there are plenty of benefits of doing so.

You can develop new skills, potentially gain an interest in a new career field, make new friends, or relieve unnecessary stress that you’re carrying over from the school year.

I worked several side hustles during my college career. I was a Rover dog walker, Care.com babysitter, freelance writer, virtual assistant, blogger, and even managed to volunteer in my free time. It is so worth the experience.  

Below are 13 ways you can make some extra income in the summer.

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10 Best Free Things To Do In Rome, Italy

Italy is so near and dear to my heart. In 2016, I jet off to Italy and lived in Bologna as an au pair. On the weekends, I took off to different cities in Italy and Rome was (obviously) one of them.

Rome is such a beautiful city with so much to offer. It’s perfect for couples, solo travelers, and families. Even better, there is a wide variety of free things to do in the city. 

Quick tips to save money in Rome: 

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