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Today we found some great articles on saving tips for new parents, what to ask your job interviewer, and how to choose a college.
The truth is, frugality can be terrifying — especially for those who crave a lavish lifestyle. But where has all that spending gotten you?
Today we found some great articles on energy secrets for 9-to-5ers, life skills you develop by traveling the world, and ways to stay relevant in your career.
I was never very good at chemistry at school. Or physics. I'm a writing kind of guy. So I'm always in awe when I see the real power of science at work, before my very eyes. [more]
What would you do if you were about to lose your home? What would you be willing to do to keep it? Is it even possible to keep it once you've missed a few payments?
A friend sent me this link, knowing full well I'll never, ever need it (I carry a bottle opener on my keyring in case of such emergencies). [more]
What do the iconic stone statues and barren landscape of Easter Island have to do with modern financial planning? As it turns out, quite a lot.
Stop trying to make "fetch" happen — or any of these other horribly flat and stale slang terms. Is your diction dating you?
Don't need gift bags full of new towels and soap dispensers? Consider one of these uncommon registry ideas for your wedding.
It can be hard to save money for a rainy day...or rainy years. Learn why you should, and why thinking about it as a gift can help.
Depending on how old you are, your mother or grandmother probably had one of these: a pressure cooker. (She probably also had a story of one exploding, which may be why they're n
Think that frugality means sacrifice? Not necessarily. These four suggestions help you cut costs, not enjoyment.
From TV to photo hosting, which paid online services are worth opening your wallet for? Find out here.
Recently a very good friend of mine told me about a mishap that involved his 8 year old son, a Wii remote and a large, expensive flat-screen LCD TV. Needless to say he wasn't h
Today we found some great articles on how to have fun for free, money saving tips for the average homeowner, and facing your first day like a pro.
Back-to-school time means breaking out the wallet, but it can be a lot less hectic — and a lot cheaper — with some crib notes.
Crowded places, watchful eyes, chatty strangers — these are the introvert's worst social nightmares. Here's how to soldier through.
Sometimes you have to ask 20 different people 20 different ways. It's usually worth it.
How you put money aside may be just as important as the fact that you do. Have a look at three main strategies for setting money aside, and find one to fit your life.
In China alone, an estimated 45 billion pairs of disposable chopsticks are used and thrown away every year. This equals the wood from 25 millio
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