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If you forgot an essential travel item, don't stress! The hotel probably has it — for free.
Your career could be over before it even begins if you make any of these common missteps.
Unless you enjoy being a terrible neighbor, maybe keep the sloppy parking and late night fireworks to a minimum.
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Leave the Valentine's Day clichés at the store. These fun (and thrifty!) secondhand gifts are sure to please a frugal-hearted partner.
Don't you wish a future you would come back and tell you which career choices you should make?
Keep your eyes peeled at your next yard sale or thrift shop. These second-hand household items only get better with age.
Don't blow your gift budget on the wrapping! These savvy alternatives are both adorable and frugal.
Staying in a job you hate, even one that pays well, can hurt your finances as much as it can destroy your happiness. Start polishing your resume!
You might've nailed the interview, but to land the job, you need something more. Your job search isn't over until the big offer arrives.
You've landed an interview — score! Now just don't blow it with one of these major job interview blunders.