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People Who Love Their Bodies Never Do These 17 Things — Do You?

Poor health habits may indicate a lack of self-confidence — and they may contribute to it. End these habits and start feeling better inside and out.

Here's How You Maximize Fridge and Freezer Space

Americans waste as much as 40% of the food they buy. Do your part to reduce food waste by making the most of your fridge and freezer space.

5 Money Making Activities You Can Do Today

With these money making ideas, you just might be able to live comfortably ever after!

10 Affordable Water Parks You Can Drive To

Make a splash on your next summer vacation by road-tripping to these awesome, affordable water parks!

Teaching Preschoolers About Money: An Interview With Beth Kobliner

Start teaching your preschooler financial savvy with some help from expert Beth Kobliner and the familiar characters of Sesame Street.

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5 Things You Should Never Try to Save On

Living frugally often means finding the lowest cost option, but for products and services like these, it usually pays to spend a little more.

Unusual Ideas to Save an Extra $100 a Month

A C-note saved is a C-note earned. Try these out-of-the-box saving ideas and watch your capital grow!

Best Money Tips: Ways to Save Money in Europe

Today we found articles on surprising ways to save money in Europe, how to save money on meat, and how to put together a smart home system yourself.

Car Buying Part 1 - Going For Broker.

Skip the dealership. Have a licensed broker find you the exact car you want without spending a dime over budget.

Bigger Paycheck or Bigger Tax Refund — Which Should You Pick?

Usually planning your taxes for a small refund is best, but not always. Analyze your money psychology and your spending to make the right choice.

Ask the Readers: How Often Do You Cook at Home?

Tell us how often you cook at home and we'll enter you in a drawing to win a $20 Amazon Gift Card!

Voluntary simplicity versus poverty

The first person I met who practiced voluntary simplicity didn't call it that, and I didn't understand what she was doing until many years later. [more]

Best Money Tips: Take Advantage of Happy Hour

Today we found some great articles on taking advantage of happy hour, reasons to update your resume regularly, and improving your credit score.

Frugal Vacations the Entire Family Will Love

You can skip the high-priced cruises and wildly expensive destinations. Get on board with these fun, frugal approaches to traveling with your family.

9 Ways to Save on a Move

Moving is one of life's most stressful events. In addition to all that packing, you also have to fork over big bucks for boxes, movers, a truck, and storage. Follow these 9 tips to

Stupid Credit Card Tricks: How Your Credit Card Company Lies to You

Credit card companies employ a number of tricks to keep you in debt. Learn them before you're swimming in it.

Tax Deductions to Start Thinking About Now

Tax deductions can save you a lot, but who wants to worry about them during the holidays? Here's what to do now to prepare for the end of the year.

Top 5 Health Care Terms You've Heard Of, But Don't Know What They Mean

Take control of your health care by learning these critical terms.

How Haggling Taught Me About Life

I used to be afraid of bargaining. The thought of haggling over a price, or even asking for a discount, was embarrassing. Then I began visiting countries in which haggling is expec