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Save Money With a Classic Wet Shave

Old-school men's shaving doesn't just look cool — it's also frugal, eco-friendly, and a great way to pamper yourself.

How to Find the Right Accountant for You

Finding the right accountant can make a world of difference when it comes to managing your money, but it can be easier said than done.

Win a Burt's Bees Essential Body Kit

Want a chance to win a Burt's Bees Essential Body Kit, completely free, from Wise Bread? Clue us in to your favorite all-natural beauty secret! Have a family recipe for rice bran scrub that leaves your skin glowing? [more]

Do you have what you want… and do you want what you have?

Sometimes, being frugal means not just saving money; sometimes it means not spending any at all. There’s been a growing preoccupation with working more to earn more--to buy more; y

The Trouble With Women

HR Manager: "What's wrong with her?" Foreman: "Well, she's a woman isn't she?" This campy 1959 training film provides an interesting look at how women were perceived in the workplace 40 years ago. (Link) [more]

Take an Imaginary Do-Over

When it comes to defining what you really need and want in life, it can help to imagine having nothing at all.

10 Ways to Reuse Buttons

If you have a veritable flood of fasteners hanging around your house, use those extra buttons in one of these fun, creative projects.

Best Money Tips: Cut Costs on Moving Expenses

Today we found some fantastic articles on cutting costs on moving expenses, ways to earn more money, and things that could be hurting your credit score.

Link-Love Makes the World Go 'Round

In keeping with the warm and fuzzy feeling that Wisebread gives many of its writers and readers, I am taking a moment to give thanks to those that have linked to us over the past two weeks. [more]

Find and Track Deals on Twitter: The Ultimate Guide

Twitter is huge: someone is very likely to be Tweeting a great deal right now, and unless you know how to "hear" that Tweet, you will miss it. Luckily there are quite a few tools t

Financial Lessons From The Hunger Games

The popular story takes place in what might seem like a very different society, but it has many real-world lessons.

When Frugal is Stupid

I’m a huge fan of “reduce, reuse, and recycle,” when it is both practical and useful. [more]

7 Ways My Clunker Is Smarter Than a Hybrid

Hybrid cars are all the rage, but keeping a "clunker" might be a better move, environmentally and financially.

Credit squeeze (formerly know as a panic)

There used to be a particular financial event called a panic. [more]

Timeless Money Lessons From Teens

From frugal fashion to savvy savings and more, discover money lessons from teens that are great advice at any age.

The false goal of maximizing investment returns

Along about the middle of the dot-com boom--when the market had already had two years of 20% annual gains--I read an article that suggested that individual investors had no need of a cash reserve, because they could use credit cards in an emergency. [more]

10 Ways to Get Rid of Stuff Frugally

Who wants to pay to have unwanted stuff hauled away? Here are 10 ideas for profiting from your unwanted clutter — if not in dollars, at least in karma.

How to Build Your Own Trigger for Happiness

What would you say if I told you that you could build a button that, at a push, instantly floods you with the feelings of your choice? I'll show you how.

Local Flavor

It was time again to stock up on some things, and so this past weekend I went to my usual places: the fish market in Pyrmont (where one employee asked me how work was going since t