Where to Find Free or Cheap Yoga Classes

Yoga is one of the most popular forms of exercise, but yoga classes have a reputation for costing an arm and a leg, especially at the trendiest yoga studios. […]

10 Father’s Day Gifts Dads Actually Want for Under $100

When I was a kid, shopping for Father's day was very hard. What do you get a man who has everything, wants nothing, and never wears a tie? Oh, the agony. But nowadays, it's much easier to surprise dad with a gift he'll not only like but also enjoy. […]

Best Money Tips: Make More Money

Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found some awesome articles on ways to make more money, how to use and accrue frequent flyer miles, and steps to find a summer job. Top 5 Articles 35 Ways to Make More Money — Make more money by providing pet care services to people. […]

Could the Chromebook Crush Windows?

It isn’t until your laptop temporarily becomes a useless brick than you begin to take a step back and look at how technology works. If you’ve ever found your PC or iMac not working because you needed to reinstall the operating system, perhaps the concept of planned obsolescence has crept into your head. […]

Three Steps to Making the Most Money from Cash Back Credit Cards

Last week I gave some general principles on how to get the most from cash back credit cards, but today I want to get a bit more specific. I want to share my three-step strategy for making the most when using cash back credit cards. Here goes:Step 1: Find a great base level card. […]

How To Get Started With Dividend Reinvestment Plans

There are few things better in life than receiving money in the mail or in your account. Perhaps one thing better would be to know that you’d be receiving cash with some regularity — about every 90 days or so. Or that you too, can sign up for this flow of free money. Sounds enticing? [...]How To Get Started With Dividend Reinvestment Plans Copyright 2011 TheDigeratiLife.com All rights reserved. […]

Five Elements of a Successful Goal (From My Experience)

A little over five years ago, I set a tremendous goal for myself. I wanted to completely overhaul my financial life. I was in a pile of debt. I was working at a job that I enjoyed, but it often felt like it was pulling me both from my family and from my dream career. […]

Help a Reader: Cruising Specifics

It's me again. ;-) I'm making good progress on my Caribbean cruise plans, but have a few more questions for those of you in the know. Here they are: What are your thoughts (good and bad) on one cruise line versus another? […]

Student Checking Accounts Comparison, July 2011

As we head into summer, thousands of young adults will be heading to college for the first time. It’s important to get started on the right financial foot, and a free student checking account is an essential tool, particularly when combined with a savings account. […]

KeyBank iPod Touch Checking Account Promotion

KeyBank is once again offering an iPod touch (8GB 4th generation unit according to posters on Fatwallet) on their promotions page for new account holders who open up a checking account online. […]

10 Ways to save money on your pet

Is the cost of your doghouse keeping you in the poor house? For many people (including me) the furry family pet is an integral part of the family unit. Let’s face it, life is a lot more fun when there’s a dog to love and a cat to snuggle. […]

Finances in 55 Seconds: Should You Refinance?

With mortgage rates so low, it can be a great time to refinance your home. Indeed, I am thinking about refinancing my home to save money on the payments. I wouldn’t extend my mortgage out longer; I’d just refinance for the reminder of my mortgage right now, with a lower rate. […]

Avoid Late-Night Infomercial Scams

I’m usually awake late at night, and I’ve occasionally helped myself shut out distracting noise late at night by keeping the television audio on at a low volume. Invariably, the late night programming is centered around show-length commercials for a variety of products. […]

Do You Use Upromise?

Over the weekend I checked in on our Upromise account. In case you’re not familiar with Upromise, it’s a free service that allows you to earn money toward college by shopping online, buying groceries, dining out, etc. Here’s how it works: First, you need to create an account. From there, you have a variety of options. […]

A Niche Can Make You Rich

Have you ever thought about making money as a paid speaker? If so, then do I have a book for you. Paid To Speak: Best Practices For Building A Successful Speaking Business is from the National Speaker's Association (NSA) and is a GREAT resource for people wanting to know how to develop a paid speaking business. […]

The Best of Money Carnival

The Best of Money Carnival is now up. Congrats to all participants and especially the winning post, If You Bank Online, You Need To Do This, Pronto! Enjoy! […]

Reader Mailbag: On Workbooks

What’s inside? Here are the questions answered in today’s reader mailbag, boiled down to five word summaries. Click on the number to jump straight down to the question. 1. Car buying question 2. Food business 3. Student loan question 4. Difficult car choice 5. Moving from Mint to spreadsheet 6. Savings or down payment? 7. Homeschooling 8. Overwhelmed by mortgage 9. […]

Get a National Park and Federal Recreational Lands Pass and Save Money

Do you love national parks but hate the idea of paying expensive fees to gain entrance into them? Does your vacation itinerary involve multiple states and camping sites? […]

Fun Visit to Grand Rapids

For those of you looking for a bit of fun on a Monday, check out this video from my city. It was made a couple weeks ago and was on ABC World News Tonight last Friday -- naming our city "Persons of the Week." Hope you enjoy it as much as I did! […]

Beat the Market By Lying

Selling newsletters offering stock-picking advice is a big business. This is how sites like The Motley Fool survive, and it’s also a big draw for products carrying Jim Cramer’s name. You may remember Jim Cramer from such CNBC entertainment broadcasts as “Mad Money.” This is a fun show where Jim runs around, punches in sound effects, and yells his buy/sell advice at the camera. […]