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Monthly Progress Report (#7)

Monthly Progress Report (#7)



It’s the last day of June, which means it's time to check in and see how I'm doing with my debt.

Before we do that I feel like I should apologize. I know I've been a bad blogger, things just get so crazy in the summer. I really admire people that blog daily. It seems weekly has been a struggle for me lately with the warm weather and so much to do around the house. I’m not promising I’ll get any better in the next few weeks because I think things are only going to get crazier. But I am trying. And one day, I promise I’ll be a better blogger.

Anyways, enough about my poor blogging habits. Before we get down to the nitty-gritty, maybe you're curious and want to check out last month's progress report?

Alright, now let's see where we are after seven months of trying to get my financial butt in gear.

June has been kind of a rough month for me. Still no renovations, my car needed new brakes (both front and back!) and I bought tickets for a couple of different events. Why? Because I'm not going to miss my favorite band playing an hour away even if they're playing at 10 PM Thursday night and I have to work Friday. Also, because I'm impulsive and want to make the most out of my summer and I'm in a bad mood about my renovations... so not spending money isn't going great.

Here it is, here are my debt totals:

Mortgage: $148,600 
Car Loan: $8,100
Student Loans: $4,400
Credit Cards: $3,100
Grand Total of Debt: $164,200

My student loan balances


I'm not thrilled. It seems like any time I make some sort of improvement on those credit card balances, it never fails I end up with some unexpected mess the following month. All these messes seem to be car related recently. Hopefully, since everything has been taken care of I'll get a break for a little while. Just kidding, I'll have a car insurance bill in August before I know it. UGHHH.

Such is life, I guess. I'll have to make more of an effort to get those card balances down.

The good news about my renovations continuously being pushed back is I have more time to knock the balance needed down.

Renovation fund requirement: $950
New Grand Total of Debt: $165,150

I was so surprised by that number I had to recalculate it twice to make sure I wasn't missing something huge. But it really is right! The majority of the decrease is due to some extra money I earned at my mom's garage sale.

I'm so happy to be under the $1,000 mark in my shortfall. Of course as the renovations are dragged out it leaves me with a ton of time to think and add more things I'd love to see done.

Even without all my newly dreamt up wishlist items, I anticipate there being unexpected expenses. I've never took on a project quite this size so I have no idea just how many surprises can arise. Hopefully I'll get lucky and we come in under budget! Yeah, I'm skeptical about that too.

Now, onto the depressing news of my savings accounts. Since I’m still so focused on debt, nothing much has changed in my savings. Well, nothing good. 

Here's a quick look at the savings side of things:

Savings account: $2,000
P2P Lending account: $250
Investment account: $150
Grand Total of Savings: $2,400

I actually lost money in my Lending Club account - two loans look like they're going to be uncollectable. Two fairly new loans. That's what I get for writing I had been fairly successful - a $50 loss and a foot in my mouth.

It's ok, I knew P2P was riskier than the rest and overall I'm still happy with my returns.

June was an ok month, I'm $700 better off than I was at the end of May. I'd like to eliminate my renovation fund shortfall ASAP and it looks like I'm finally in the homestretch. Now if only I don't end up with any major expenses in July, I should be well on my way to being where I need to be.

Do you have any big plans for the Fourth? It's one of my friends birthdays so we'll be celebrating with a pig roast and fireworks! Hope you have a great Fourth of July! Be safe.
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Earn Big with Shopkick this Weekend 6/21-6/23

Earn Big with Shopkick this Weekend 6/21-6/23



I’m having a rough week so this post is more PSA than anything remotely insightful. But I hope that it helps you out. And more importantly, I hope you’re having a better week than I am!

Y’all know I’m a big fan of Shopkick - the app that pays you to walk into stores. If you aren’t using Shopkick, you should be. It’s easy money. So download the app, check out my little Shopkick tutorial and start racking up the kicks!

Whether you’re new to Shopkick or a seasoned pro, this weekend would be a great weekend to hit the stores - Shopkick has announced today June 21st until Sunday June 23rd is a Blue Weekend!


What does that mean? Blue Weekends are weekends where Shopkick goes crazy. Crazy with the kicks! 

Ok, I sound a little crazy. Let’s try this again. Blue Weekends are offered from time to time, usually holiday weekends like Labor Day - you know the big shopping weekends. On Blue Weekends extra kicks are offered for walking into stores and linked card purchases (both online and in store purchases).

Here’s a look at some of the walk-in offers this weekend: 


And some of the online offers: 


Now let’s get shopping! A little retail retail therapy is just what I need. I hope you get some fab deals this weekend if you hit the stores and even if you decide to stay in, enjoy the first weekend of summer! That’s right, it’s finally here!!!
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Adventures in Christmas Shopping: Call in the Reinforcements

Adventures in Christmas Shopping: Call in the Reinforcements



Since Tara and I were beginning to lose a little steam on our Christmas shopping goal we decided to switch it up a little bit when we went shopping this past Saturday.

First, we skipped the month of May since so much was going on (seriously, as soon as the weather starts to get nicer, weekends seem to disappear). Then, we decided to ask our friend Gloria to come along. I figured telling Gloria all about my goal and then buying myself some new summer shirts was pointless, so it was time to buckle down and get some Christmas shopping done.

Honestly, I'm starting to sweat what I’m going to get my parents. I basically have nothing for them (especially my mom - sorry Mom!) and I’m getting nervous!

I did buy my dad a coffee mug at a specialty gift shop during May in order to make sure I stuck to my one gift a month rule. The total was $13.12 - expensive for a mug but I had bought him one last year and he dropped it. He specifically asked me to replace it so at least I know he'll like it!

My goal was to end the day with something for each of them. It didn’t matter if it was something small or big or cheap or expensive. I just needed to start making some progress.

We started our day with TJ Maxx. They had a ton of sneakers on clearance and I would love a new pair of running shoes but I don't like buying stuff at the first store we go to, especially for myself. So I passed. And now I'm hoping some will still be there on our next trip!

After TJ Maxx we headed down to Homegoods. The stores are so summered out now, I love it! I looked at patio furniture, coolers and picnic baskets (seriously, picnic baskets!) for a while before settling on a gift for my mom! Finally!

I passed up the pretty neat flamingo wine glasses and bought her a Yankee Candle. My mom is kind of a candle snob and won't burn anything but Yankee Candles. I mean, they are nice candles but they can be pretty pricey at $20+ for larger sizes so I was excited to see them at Homegoods!

Even cooler, these candles were scents that had been retired and brought back - they call them “Returning Classics.” I thought it was a neat little touch the label told you when the candle was originally made. Honestly, I was way too excited about these candles. But I'm still kind of excited just writing about them now.

If you totally get my excitement and decide to go out hunting for your own throwback candles, I have a word of advice for you - skip the Orange Creamsicle candle, it sounds like it should smell amazing but it's kind of a disappointment.


Honeydew Melon & Strawberry

Yeah, I actually bought two candles - because my candle drawer is empty and the scents were so good! I spent a total of $32.33 - so about $16 each. Not too bad for Yankee Candles.

Next we went to Macy's and checked out their Backstage area. At this point I decided it would be a good idea to pick up swim trunks for Mike as summer is really starting to get into full swing. I spent most of the time in the men's section looking at all the fun prints. Since Mike is 6'6" and likes board shorts the new short shorts style wasn't something I thought he would like but they had a decent selection.

Gloria had never been to a Macy's Backstage so it was great to see her try to take it all in. Ultimately she decided TJ Maxx and Marshalls were priced a little better and had a bigger selection. But to be fair both stores are at least twice the size. And not just stuck in the back of Macy's. I havehigh hopes for Backstage - I'd love to see Macy's expand their bargain section in the future.

I rounded out our mall visit with a pretzel while Tara and Gloria went for the healthier smoothie option. But is there anything as good as a nice warm mall pretzel? I don't think so. My pretzel set me back $3.99.

After the mall we headed over to TJ Maxx. Now that I was stuck on getting Mike swimming trunks I knew exactly what I was looking for. They had three options that would do - flamingos, elephants and little tiny sharks. All navy blue. I let him pick out which ones he liked best and to my surprise he went with -

Sorry about this shoddy photo -
obviously, I need to work on my photo skills!

- the elephants! I was pretty excited since they were my favorite too. I didn't buy anything else, so I got out of TJ Maxx fairly cheap - my total came to $10.73.

Our last stop was Burlington but by this point we were all pretty hungry so we didn't wander around too much. But they had a ton of swim trunks! I was happy with the elephants from TJ Maxx but Burlington had every color I could imagine.

We ended the day with hibachi. It was a perfect end to a nice girls' day. My portion of dinner was $26.93. I know that sounds expensive but it was more than enough food to have for dinner the next night. And it was delicious.

Total for the day: $73.98. I've been doing good keeping myself under my $100 limit!

Total for non-Christmas items: $57.81

Cumulative total for Christmas 2019: $223.75


Overall, I'm going to say it was a success. It was nice to have Gloria come along and keep us on track a little bit. We definitely needed a little change of pace. 

And I'm happy I finally bought something for my mom! I didn't find anything for my dad but at least I have a couple things for him stashed away.

How are you guys enjoying the nice weather? Have you found the perfect swimsuit for this summer?
  
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A Ticket for Your Thoughts - Two Free Mets Tickets!

A Ticket for Your Thoughts - Two Free Mets Tickets!



I was a little bummed yesterday, my renovations have stalled for the foreseeable future and my contractor’s response time leaves a lot to be desired.

But then as I checked my email for the 20th time to see if said contractor responded I saw an email from the Mets titled “A Ticket for Your Thoughts..”

Two things - 1) Yes, sadly I am a DIE HARD Mets fan and 2) I was expecting some cheap bleacher seat in exchange for a crazy long survey. But my, oh my did I underestimate the Amazins. Not only were they offering two tickets, they were offering two field level tickets for the completion of a ten minute survey. 

You better believe I didn’t hesitate to fill out the survey. I would have filled out an hour long survey for field level seats but it really only took the promised ten minutes. The questions mostly focused on how I felt about the Mets as well as the other professional sports teams in the New York area. 

If I’m being honest, it wasn’t a bad survey at all - I’ve filled out way worse for 50 cents on Swagbucks. Hey, 50 cents is 50 cents!



After answering all the questions I received a code that I could use to purchase two tickets to any home game Monday through Thursday (excluding July 2nd and 3rd). I lucked out and was able to pick a Mets-Cubs game right before Mike’s birthday. 

Relax, I told him about my free tickets - I’m not cheap enough to gift them as a birthday present. Although, I am a firm believer that tickets make the best gifts!

So for ten minutes of effort on my lunch break I received two seats right behind the third base bag (definitely gonna be on my toes with those foul balls!) that would have cost $160 plus fees. Definitely one of my favorite survey prizes!

Moral of my little blog post? Sometimes it’s worth signing up for promotional emails! I wish I could share the link with you. I’m hoping you have a similar email waiting for you in your inbox if you’re a baseball fan. Even if you’re not, going to a free game and seeing all the commotion and eating ballpark hotdogs has to be a good time, right?

Have you gotten a survey from your favorite MLB team in exchange for free tickets? If that’s not your thing, tell me what your favorite survey prize was/is!
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Monthly Progress Report (#6)

Monthly Progress Report (#6)



I can't believe it - it's almost June! Which means it's time for another monthly progress report! That's right, it's been a full half year since my very first progress report. Time sure does fly.


Now let's see where we are now!

May has had it's ups and downs. I've probably spent more than I should but I think I've made some progress on my debt payoff too. My renovations have been pushed back because of all of the rain we've had, so I won't lie, a little bit of extra time (and interest) has helped on that front.

It's been great to benefit from holding on to the money a little longer but, on the other hand, I'm pretty much bursting at the seams to start the renovations. So if it could STOP RAINING that would be great. I mean really, really great! But since I can't control the weather, we'll see what happens..

Like usual, I'm not sure where these numbers will end up until I write this post, but I'm cautiously optimistic about May.

Let's start with taking a look at my debt:

Mortgage: $148,800 
Car Loan: $8,300
Student Loans: $4,500
Credit Cards: $2,900
Grand Total of Debt: $164,500


My student loan balances

It's not great but it is an improvement over last month. I'll take it. And I'm seriously psyched those credit card balances are back in the $2,000 range. It still rounds up, but hey, it starts with a two! I'm a glass half full type of person!

Those renovations may have been pushed back a little bit which has given me more time to figure out my shortfall situation, but unfortunately, I still do have a shortfall.

Renovation fund requirement: $1,400
New Grand Total of Debt: $165,900

My debt balances improved by $1,200! And that renovation fund requirement is starting to look more and more doable. Maybe I can get down under the $1,000 mark by the time the Northeast US monsoon season is over? Just maybe.

Unfortunately, that's all the good news I have. Another month has passed without any changes in my savings balances at all.

Here's a quick look at the savings side of things:

Savings account: $2,000
P2P Lending account: $300
Investment account: $150
Grand Total of Savings: $2,450

So overall, my financial health has improved $1,200 during the month of May. With any luck June will be another good month! I'm proud of the fact that my renovation fund requirement has kept getting noticeably smaller and smaller. It's so nice to see real progress.

I'm hoping by the time I write my June progress report we have some serious renovating going on! Here's hoping for a very, very dry June!

Has it been crazy rainy where you are? Has it gotten in the way of any plans or are you cool with the wet weather?

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18 Tips to Pull Off a Successful Garage Sale & Make Some Extra Money

18 Tips to Pull Off a Successful Garage Sale & Make Some Extra Money



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This coming Monday is Memorial Day where Americans honor those who have died while serving in the US Armed Forces.

The importance of Memorial Day tends to get lost in the shuffle of things, so I wanted to start this post with a gentle reminder about why Monday has become a day off.

With that said, Memorial Day tends to signal a few other things to most Americans 1) summer has (unofficially) started and 2) garage sale season has begun!

It should come as no surprise - not only do I love going to garage sales but I love having a garage sale too. Not only do you get to get rid of your junk, er, I mean - great stuff, you don't want but you also get to make a couple of bucks!

If you’re thinking about having a garage sale this weekend, or sometime during the summer, I have some tips for you!

1) Get organized in advance. Don't wait until the day before your garage sale to start digging around your attic. Know what you're planning on getting rid of in advance and have it gathered together in one spot. This way after the sale has begun you won't be thinking about how you could have sold that extra set of dishes you have buried somewhere in the basement - they'll already be on their way to their new home (hopefully!).


2) Don't get too selective. When you're going through stuff and gathering your items, don't get too hung up on if it's "garage sale material" or not. My advice here is to not toss anything just yet. You know the saying - one man's junk is another's treasure. You'll be surprised what people want. I know I was surprised when my dad's old CD collection was a HUGE hit! If something doesn't sell, toss it then.

3) Pick a date. Commit to a day (or weekend) and stick to it. My mother has a garage sale every Memorial Day weekend, rain or shine. The good news is we all have a set in stone date to gather all of our items and bring them over (my poor mom!).

4) Start saving your bags. You'll never have enough plastic bags for a garage sale. Most people ask for a bag, others look like they're struggling with their armload of stuff so you offer them a bag. Do yourself a favor and start saving your plastic bags before your garage sale, you'll be happy you did.

5) Ask your friends to join in. Enlist your friends and neighbors to participate in your sale. Not only will having more items attract buyers (who can pass up a giant garages sale?!) but having your friends there will make the day all around more fun. Plus, they can help you with all the other steps - especially number 5!



6) Advertise. Post to Facebook, Craigslist and similar sites to advertise your sale. Include pictures of bigger items like furniture in your online ads. Make signs with the date, time and location of your sale and post them around the neighborhood. My mother, in her infinite genius, made signage that she can reuse by saying Memorial Day weekend Saturday & Sunday compared to specific dates. She has to store them but she only has to refresh them every few years compared to making new signs every single year.

7) Gather your supplies. You have all of the items you want to sell gathered and ready for the big day, but you're not quite done yet. You'll want to make sure you have tables to set out your goods, chairs to sit in, all those plastic bags you've been hoarding, lots of singles (quarters too!) for change, food and drinks for you and your helpers and a pen and paper in case you need to keep track of totals.

8) Setup the night before. I know this isn't practical for someone who doesn't have a garage (FYI I'm one of those people!) However, if you can set everything up and close the garage door or if you're ok with putting tarps over everything for the night, you'll appreciate not having to setup the day of! One thing to know about garage sales: people will be there early. Probably way earlier than you expected and earlier than your signs said. Just a word of caution.

9) Organize your items. Don’t just throw items on your tables. Spend some time on setup and group like items together. Make it easier for people to find what they’re looking for and for them to find and buy similar items.

10) Decide to price or not price items. Ok, so I’m on the side of not pricing. My mother is firmly on the pricing side of the debate. You’ll need to decide if you’re going to price each item or let the buyer name the price. Personally, I think you do better without prices because a buyer will pay more than you expect. My mother swears people won’t ask about a price and will walk away. It’s up to you. But if you are pricing your items, make sure you skip the fancy price tags. Masking tape works just as well and is much cheaper.

11) Get up early. I’ve already warned you - garage salers like to be up and at ‘em nice and early to find the good deals. Be prepared to open your sale early. They’re showing up early regardless, might as well take advantage of potential customers!

It's time to sell that old PlayStation!

12) Be prepared to haggle. Unfortunately, sometimes someone will offer you less than you were hoping. Be prepared to haggle or say no. Just because someone offers you money doesn’t mean you have to take it.

13) Be friendly. Let’s face it, someone is more likely to buy something if you’re nice to them than if you’re playing Candy Crush on your phone and ignoring them. Say hi to everyone and engage in some small talk.

14) Reorganize and condense your items. After a busy couple of hours your sale will look more like a train wreck than the neatly organized tables you started with. Be prepared to reorganize your items. Take down tables once stuff has started to go, that way you’ll spend less time cleaning up later.

15) Bring extra money inside. This may sound obvious but it’s worth stating anyways. The people at your garage sale are strangers. Don’t trust them with large sums of cash laying around. Bring extra money and large bills inside.

16) Have fun. Having a garage sale can be stressful - there's so much to think about, there's a ton of strangers at your house and you're constantly thinking about what you're going to do with all the stuff you have left afterwards. Stop worrying and try to enjoy the day with your friends and family.

17) Take down your signs. This is a pet peeve of mine - leftover garage sale signs. Don't leave them up all summer. Be a good neighbor and make sure to take your signs down when the sale is over. This way they don't leave people searching for a nonexistent garage sale (yeah, I've totally been that person) and they don't end up littering the street. It's just common courtesy folks!


18) Get rid of leftover stuff. Pack up your buddy's pickup with items that need to make their way to the town dump, throw out and recycle items or put the items on the curb with a big ol' free sign. Unfortunately, clean up is the not so fun unavoidable last step of having a garage sale.

I hope whether you decide to have a garage sale, or go garage saling yourself, you have a fun and safe Memorial Day weekend. I'd love to hear all about your garage sale successes or failures.

I hope you have a great BBQ and beautiful weather.

But please, let's not forget why we celebrate Memorial Day.

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Running Low on Cash? Here’s 14 Cheap Date Ideas

Running Low on Cash? Here’s 14 Cheap Date Ideas



Since my most popular post by far is my post about budget friendly Valentine’s Day ideas I thought it might be time to write down my ideas for inexpensive dates in general.

Let’s face it, whether it’s your first date or your tenth, dating can be kind of expensive. And while we're at it, let’s be honest ,does it really get less expensive when you’re in a relationship? Gotta keep the spark alive! But the good news is it doesn’t have to drain your wallet. Skip the expensive dinner date in favor of one of these ten budget friendly date ideas!

Be forewarned, I’m really looking forward to summer so some of these might be a little biased towards warm weather. But I mean come on, we’re almost there! Alright fine, it’s like another month away if you want to be all technical.


1) Farmer’s Markets. As we’re gearing up for warmer weather I’m starting to get excited about the idea of farmer's markets and all the yummy fare they offer! Nobody says you have to buy anything, but the food is usually inexpensive and amazing, so check it out. If you’re trying to avoid spending money, just walking around is a fun time. There’s usually crafts to check out and some offer free games and activities too!


2) Bookstores. One of my favorite date ideas is going to a bookstore (or library) and each selecting three books - one that represents the person you’re with, one that represents yourself and a random pick. Meet up with your three books and explain why you picked each book. It’s a fun first date idea to try to guess what your date is all about but it’d also be fun to see what your long term partner comes up with.

3) Movies in the Park. A lot of public places offer movies or community organized plays for little or no money. Sure you might have seen the movie a hundred times but it’s still fun to grab a blanket and hang out under the stars.

4) Hiking. Enjoy Mother Nature in all its glory and check out your local hiking trails. Pack a picnic lunch and find a nice scenic overlook to enjoy it. Just be careful in the springtime, trails tend to get muddy! Make sure you have on shoes you don’t mind getting dirty.

5) Netflix and Chill. Get your mind of the gutter, I’m talking about genuinely watching some Netflix. You know I have some series recommendations too! Try watching Love Sick (as long as an STD story line won’t kill the mood) or Grace & Frankie (vibrators are less awkward than STDs right?) for some good laughs. On second thought, maybe stick to a movie and ignore my series suggestions altogether - To All the Boys I Loved Before scores big on the romcom scale.

6) Roller Skating. Get all nostalgic for the days of middle school birthday parties at the roller rink. Make a day out of it and go hit the hardwood. You’ll get to show off your sweet moves and get a good workout in simultaneously. What could be better? Well, maybe owning your own skates and taking this adventure outside.


7) Thrift Stores. Ok, to be fair here I love me some bargains and thrift stores are a great way to find them. Ergo, I would totally be cool with an afternoon digging through the goods at my local thrift store. Maybe that’s not your thing, I get it. So stop in and head to the outdoor section, grab some tennis racquets, badminton racquets, a volley ball, a soccer ball, something! Then head out to the local park and get your game on. Plus, it’s even more fun if you can’t play!

8) Amateur Theater. There’s several community theaters near me that offer Broadway shows at Main Street prices. Even if you don’t have the option of community theater, there’s another great option - the local high school. Yeah, that’s right, the high school play - go check it out. Those kids work hard and can put on a good show. Support the arts and have a great time. Even better, if you’re close enough, go to a show at your old high school. If your date went to school nearby check that show out too. Bonus date night!

9) Community Events. Hit up the local street fair, festival, parade, soap box derby, whatever. Admission is usually super cheap if not free and hey, it’s a good ol’ time. Plus the food is usually pretty amazing if the festival is food based... One of my favorite local festivals? Wing Fest! Also a fan of chili cook offs. I like spicy foods! What can I say?


10) Psychics. Usually found at the above community events, an inexpensive psychic reading can be a fun date. Besides finding out what the stars say about your future it can be interesting to have a discussion about the merits of mediums.

11) Stargazing. Speaking of stars, instead of reading them how about just looking at them for a night? Set up a blanket in a nice and quiet, super dark field and spend the night checking out the constellations. Bonus points for whoever can finds the most. I wouldn’t win because high school earth science wasn’t my scene but it’d still be a ton of fun!

12) 36 Questions to Fall in Love. Ok as if psychics weren’t controversial enough, let’s introduce the idea that asking someone intimate questions and staring into their eyes can lead to falling in love. I’m serious, this was a real experiment conducted by psychologist Arthur Aron. So maybe you think it’s crazy or maybe you’re already head over heels in love with your partner, it could still be interesting to see if you learn anything new about each other!

13) Minor League Baseball. No secret that I’m a huge baseball fan (I even worked at a minor league stadium all through college. I love watching any baseball game but minor league games are pretty fun even if you don’t love the game itself. There’s so many things going on with on the field games, crazy mascots and fun promotions. Plus, you can get good seats for $10, the food is cheaper and major league guys pass through town on rehab assignments. What’s not to love? Go catch a game at your local stadium!

14) Volunteer. Work on a town beautifying project painting an old fence or planting a new garden, spend a couple of hours at the nearby hospital or retirement home with patients that rarely have visitors, volunteer at a local food pantry or collect trash from the side of roads. There are so many different things you can do. Things you can do together to make the world a better place!

I hope you enjoyed this list because I had a great time making it! Now I have so many ideas for things to do over the summer.

What about you? Do you think you'll try any of the things on my list for date night? Do you have any other cheap date ideas that should be added? I’d love to hear all your ideas, tell me in the comments!
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