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How to find the best online coupons | Canadian Living

You may think it's not worth your time to redeem coupons, especially when the value may be small – for example, $10 off a BabyBjörn carrier at Babies "R" Us. However, they can add up to signiï¬ cant savings over a year. Emma Leung of Montreal, who shops for herself, her husband and their two kids, saves about $70 a month with coupons.

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Review: Ste. Anne's Skin Nourishment skin-care line

My desk is basically a conveyor belt for new beauty products and it is impossible to test them all even if I want to (which I often do). One example is Ste. Anne's Skin Nourishment Mineral Mask (available in Soothe, Clarify and Drench), which is part of the house line at Ste. Anne's Spa in Grafton, Ontario.

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How to save cash without even noticing | Canadian Living

11. I know we've mentioned this before, but it can't hurt to say it again: Click and clip coupons. Visit websites that specialize in couponing or go to your favourite brands' websites to see if they offer any coupons. Shaving off a little here and a little there really adds up in time. And best of all, you won't feel a thing.

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Our best money management tips | Canadian Living

Paying off debt, saving for retirement, curious about coupons or just looking for free financial advice? Get the best money management tips and solutions here and you'lll be the most confident chief financial officer in your household. Money management 101 How to invest your money

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6 ways to get great clothing deals | Canadian Living

De Leon-Gan advises clicking 'Like' on a store's Facebook fan page because once you do, you will usually be provided with an inside scoop on upcoming sales, promotions, and sometimes, special coupons. Following stores (or in-the-know, bargain-oriented shoppers) you like on Twitter is another easy way to get a leg-up on clothing deals.

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5 ways to save money | Canadian Living

Every day, we use coupons, look for sales and generally try to minimize our bills.But sometimes we end up supersizing our spending rather than our savings. Watch out for these five deals that may cost more than you bargained for.

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50 ways to say I love you | Canadian Living

After New Year's, calendars are usually 50 per cent or more off, so this is a great gift for those on a budget. –Silvia Neuteboom, Ottawa, Ont. Love coupons Instead of purchasing a gift for Valentine's, make up a jar with message of love and coupons of things that you can do for him that last past the one romantic day of the year.

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How visualization can help you get debt free | Canadian Living

Pictures of cut-up credit cards, money or even future plans like travel to exotic locales or a picture of your dream house. Whatever inspires you to pay off your debt should go up on the board. This should includes ways and means of paying off your debt -- so a new job, coupons or discounts should all be included. Plan your dream budget

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Relationships | Canadian Living

Canadian Living is the #1 lifestyle brand for Canadian women. Get the best recipes, advice and inspired ideas for everyday living.

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20 ways to get in shape for free | Canadian Living

Some gym membership fees are enough to make a body want to run -- in the opposite direction. But everyone should be getting regular exercise. And fitness shouldn't be a luxury, so if they gym's out of your budget, you've got to find alternative ways to get moving. Here are 20 ideas for free or almost free fitness, to get you moving and keep you saving.

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