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25 Frugal Food Changes You Can Make Today

We've all heard about the rapidly rising cost of food lately. From corn to soy to dairy, our wallets are getting hit harder than usual during those weekly trips to the grocery store. So what's a dedicated frugalista to do to avoid busting her budget during these tough economic times? Why, I'm so glad you asked! […]

10 Exercises to Do at Work That Don't Make You Look Silly

Many of us work long days at desks, even though we know it's not the best thing for our health. A sedentary lifestyle makes us obese. And heck, I have trouble just focusing if I don't get up and move around every now and then. This is why I've always loved the idea of exercises you can do at work. Exercise is a great thing to do for your body and mind! […]

Best Money Tips: Simplify Your Summer Finances

Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found some awesome articles on ways to simplify your summer finances, ways to earn extra cash, and fundamentals of financial success. Top 5 Articles 6 Ways to Simplify Your Summer Finances — Simplify your summer finances by registering for an easy to use budgeting system. […]

How to Buy a Desktop Computer

So you're in the market for a new computer? What’s it going to be? Mac or Windows? Blu-ray or regular DVD? Touch-screen monitor or standard mouse? With technology advancing so quickly and new features coming so fast, it’s becoming harder and harder to know what to buy. […]

10 To-Dos A Virtual Assistant Can Get Done

Link:  http://www.openforum.com/articles/10-to-dos-a-virtual-assistant-can-get-done ShareThisAs small business owners, we struggle with the balancing act between life and work. We long for free time but feel our work is never done. […]

Can You Survive a Double Dip Recession?

Link:  http://www.openforum.com/articles/can-you-survive-a-double-dip-recession ShareThisWorried about whether your business can survive another recession? You’re not the only one losing sleep. […]

Where to Save and Where to Spend

Link:  http://www.openforum.com/articles/where-to-save-and-where-to-spend ShareThisThere's thrifty, and then there's cheap. Which one are you? When profits diminish by a little bit, you get concerned. When the economy rumbles and your entire market segment stops buying, you panic. […]

Medical Supplies You Can Still Score With Flex Spending

After I graduated college in 2003, 12 months passed before I landed a full-time job. During that time, one of my wisdom teeth decided to rear its ugly head — abscess and all. After a regimen of penicillin reduced the swelling, I had to have the tooth removed, which was a problem. […]

How to Throw a Fabulously Frugal Bachelorette Party

Although parties honoring brides-to-be have been around for hundreds of years, bachelorette parties as they’re known today are relatively new concepts. Nowadays, girls’ trips to Vegas and elaborate fêtes are common ways to celebrate upcoming nuptials. Although they’re loads of fun, bachelorette parties can also end up costing you loads of cash. […]

Best Money Tips: Cheap Date Ideas

Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found some great articles on cheap date ideas, garage sale tips, and how to handle surprise cash. Top 5 Articles 10 Cheap Date Ideas She'll Actually Love -- Take your date wine tasting. It's a fun date that won't break the bank! […]