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Tesla, Six Flags and 9 Other Adventure Stocks Worth Investing In

Who says stock picks have to be a bore? These companies are a total thrill — and they happen to be solid investments, too.

Living within your means isn't nasty

How bad could things get? The New York Times asked that question about the economic situation. It's a good question, but they gave a really bad answer.

Easy Ways to Get Elite Status for Free Hotel Upgrades

Getting a free upgrade to the luxury suite of a fancy hotel may sound like a fantasy, but you just need to know which programs to join.

Six Boneless Dishes for the Hot Wing Crowd

The holidays are some of the best times to eat party foods, including those that get served up at your local happy hou

Endurance Frugality: Staying The Course And Being A Winner

Frugality can be fun and help you sleep peacefully. But don’t be fooled: as frugal days turn into frugal years and frugal decades, bag lunches can be become boring; smallish houses

Best Money Tips: 2012 Holiday Layaway Plans Explained

Today we found some great articles on 2012 holiday layaway plans explained, making traveling a priority on a limited budget, and when to haggle.

Frugal Ways to Stay in Touch on the Road

So you need to remain accessible while you're traveling, but don't want to succumb to your cellular provider's obscene roaming and long distance charges. Pay phones

Join Our Tweetchat on Thursday 10/8, 12pm PST/3pm EST for a Chance to Win $300 in Prizes!

Topic: Get Credit for Renting! Join our chat with Experian RentBureau for a chance to win $300 in Amazon gift cards. Use #WBChat and #credit4rent to join us!

Best Money Tips: 56 Things to Do Instead of Spending Money

Today we found some awesome articles on 56 things to do instead of spending money, stylish gifts for career girls, and retiring with little savings.

Better Than Barbie: 5 Free Toys Kids Will Love

There's a good chance that the "junk" around your home could become your kids' favorite toys (and they can even make great Christmas gifts).

7 Delayed-Spending Tricks That Help Pay Off Debt

If you're willing to delay gratification and avoid purchases today — but not forever — you can save money now and eliminate your debt sooner.

Sometimes I wish I had beautiful long blonde hair and ample cleavage.

Not on my body of course; that would be freakish. And if you’re visualizing it right now, I’m really sorry…especially if you’re eating. No, I’m basically reacting to several incide

Need To Lose Some Weight? Put Some Money On It!

Recently I wrote about the incentive my husband gave me to lose some weight . Basically he is willing to forgo half of his entertainment budget if I lose the fat I gained post co

Best Money Tips: Spring-Clean Your Closet and Make Money

Today we found some awesome articles on spring cleaning your closet and making money, requesting a tax extension, and getting on the road to riches.

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Soy Milk, Tofu, and Veggie Burgers for pennies, anyone?

You can make soy milk, veggie burgers, and tofu at home for literally pennies on the dollar. $1.50 in soy beans can produce 24 meals. It's fun and super nutritious. Learn exactly h

Best Money Tips: The Best and Worst States to Retire

Today we found articles on the best and worst states to retire, ways to keep your money safe while traveling, and cancer-causing foods you should avoid.

30 Minutes to a LinkedIn Profile That Gets You Hired

Give your LinkedIn profile the professional pizzazz it needs without hiring a professional — or becoming one yourself!

The 5 Best Portable Air Conditioners

Keeping you cooled off on sweltering hot days isn't easy, but it can be. Just use any of these portable air conditioners and you'll always stay cool.

Why young investors should "Stay the Course" and continue to invest

With the recent upheaval in the financial markets, many individual investors are feeling the pain of shrinking investment accounts. In fact, over $2 trillion dollars have been wipe