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9 Free Things to Do in Any City You Visit

Wherever you travel, chances are you will find plenty of fun — and free — places and happenings to experience the people and culture. Here's where to start looking.

Getting Whole-Grain Nutrition

Whole grain? Whole wheat? Enriched? While they might all sound nutritious, they're far from equal. Learn how to get the most from your grains.

The Best 4-Step Plan to Manage Your Medical Correspondence

How do you process the deluge of statements, notices, and bills for your healthcare? Processing them with these four steps could make the difference between overlooking important p

16 Ways to Host an Oktoberfest Party on the Cheap

Break out the dirndls and lederhosen — we've got your frugal, fun Oktoberfest party covered. Prōst!

12 Business Founders Who Succeeded Without a College Degree

Here are a few incredibly successful business founders who decided to take the leap and start a business without going to college.

How to Easily Use an iPad as a Laptop

You don't actually need both an iPad and a laptop. Convert your tablet into a multi-use tool with a few apps and accessories — for less than the cost of a new laptop.

Tricks to Make Flying in Coach Feel (Almost) Luxurious

Flying long distance is rarely comfortable, especially in economy. Improve the experience with these travel secrets.

Best Money Tips: Dinner Recipes for $2 or Less

Today we found some fantastic articles on dinner recipes for $2 or less, where spending money could save you money, and resume red flags to avoid.

Save Money by Trusting Yourself

People often create spending rules because they don't trust themselves. But if you can develop that trust, you can save even more.

Rebel with a Cause: ING Direct CEO Arkadi Kulhmann Talks Shop

According to Arkadi Kuhlmann, CEO and President of ING Direct and author of "The Orange Code: How ING Direct Succeeded by Being a Rebel with a Cause", credit cards are the opium of

Best Money Tips: Reduce Baggage While Traveling

Today we found some awesome articles on how to reduce baggage when traveling, creating a budget, and questions to ask your financial advisor.

Get Free Review Copy of the Wise Bread Book

I'm thrilled to announce that Wise Bread's money saving book '10,001 Ways to Live Large on a Small Budget' will be available everywhere on May 18th! If you are a journalist, autho

Get In Gear For The New Year: 5 Tips For Making Resolutions

The New Year is infamous when it comes to resolutions — not because most people manage to turn over a new leaf but because we declare big goals, work towards them for a few months

5 Surprising Ways to Get Deals

Discount codes drying up before your eyes? Try these tactics to discover new deals on everyday items!

I’ll Finish This Post Tomorrow: 10 Ways to Stop Procrastinating

Procrastination generally isn't helpful. It's a time suck. And heck, a lot of the time, it isn't even fun. Here's how to get what you need to do done.

3 Times Bankruptcy Is the Right Move

A bankruptcy can take a terrible toll on your credit and your financial future. But sometimes it's the only way to escape debt and start anew.

Free Ice Cream Day Is Tomorrow!

April 29 is that day we've all been waiting for, the day when Ben & Jerry rain their delicious ice cream cones down upon the public for free. Or at least their teen-age emp

The 9 Hidden Costs of Drinking

Drinking isn't cheap, especially if you aren't aware of these nine hidden costs.

Best Money Tips: Low-Cost Stress Relief

Today, we share budget-friendly ways to relieve stress, clean your home with vinegar, make more money, and bring a splash of color to your walls — no paint needed!