About Kelly

Kelly Wilson is an author, comedian and obsessed money saver trying to maintain sanity through laughter. She is the author of Live Cheap & Free, Don’t Punch People in the Junk, and Caskets From Costco. Kelly Wilson currently writes for a living and lives with her Magically Delicious husband, junk-punching children, dog, cat, and stereotypical minivan in Portland, Oregon. Read more about her at www.wilsonwrites.com.

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Turning 40 Series: Get Them Smashed

October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, and it would have been really cool if I had scheduled my FIRST EVER mammogram for this month ON PURPOSE. Alas, I am not nearly that organized. But I am turning 40 in about a month, and I needed a Bewb Smash. It just so happens that I did, however, […]

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Discounts on Halloween Costumes via Orange Onions

So here’s the deal: Get Monster Savings off discounted Halloween costumes at Orange Onions. Save 20% off any 1 costume 30% off 2 costumes 40% off 3 costumes 50% off 4 or more costumes. The more you buy, the more you save, and it’s a flat rate $2.99 to ship it all. ~Kelly

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What Wine Goes With Kit Kat?

Every year – once Trick or Treating is done – a bunch of kids spread their candy out all over our living room floor for inspection and trading. And…the Kelly Tax. I take a fair amount of chocolate from each kid, focusing on Kit Kat, Twix and Snickers, as these are at the top of […]

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Free Enrique Iglesias Greatest Hits Album

Look at this photo of Enrique Iglesias. He always appears to be either constipated or fighting diarrhea. DECIDE, MAN! YOU MAKE ME FEEL SO UNCOMFORTABLE WONDERING WHAT IS WRONG WITH YOU! That said, Google Play is offering a free download of Enrique Iglesias’ Greatest Hits album. First, download it to your Google Play account and […]

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Smartphone Tips for Parents

Kids using smartphones is a tricky business, especially as kids grow up and are not always in our presence. Oldest has recently received a phone for his use that is several years old – a slide-out not-so-smart phone that allows his to talk and text and that’s about it. It’s prepaid so we don’t have […]

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