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I'm all about the short spurts of yoga exercises to help me relax and get focused on my inner core.
Got coupons? Get cash! A new law means coupons can now be traded in for their "equivalent cash value."
A business credit card is a big perk that comes with extra responsibility. Don't run afoul of your firm — or the authorities — through its misuse.
Making your mother feel appreciated shouldn't mean buying lots of stuff. Discover scores of free (or almost free) ways to celebrate that special lady.
If your job is taking more and more out of you, it may be time to find a new one. Consider these eight signs, and then consider updating your resume.
Saving money is good for your bank account, but it's also good for your mental well-being. Start saving and start feeling better about yourself!
Groupons and other daily-deal coupons are a great way for you to save on restaurants, classes, and more...but are they also a great way to save on gifts?
Today we found some great articles on smart money moves for college freshmen, ways to save money on your next vacation, and how to stop wasting money.
Time management is a difficult skill to master, but these simple tricks can help you do more and worry less.
If your goal is to land your dream job — congrats! Goal-setting is half the battle. Now go out there and get it done.
You're covered! Learn how to remove practically any stain, whatever it is and whatever it's on, without pricey chemical cleaners.
Do you use Overstock for the latest deals, bargains, and biggest bang for your buck? Are they still going strong?
Moneyball is about a baseball team, but its core lesson can teach us all how to be successful in our careers.
Gardening isn't always fun for those of us with black thumbs. Plant these 10 foolproof veggies and a beautiful harvest will sprout in no time.
Selling your home can be stressful at the best of times. To ensure the process really goes well, avoid these common blunders.
Flying wasn't always such a hassle. Reminisce about these unbelievable, long-gone perks from the good old days of air travel.
Today we found some great articles on inexpensive experience gifts, holiday shopping tips, and budget weddings.
I've always thought of disaster preparedness as something for the highly paranoid or mildly insane. Current events have led me to believe in being better safe than sorry.
The littler the kid, the bigger the expenses. Even when money is tight, it pays to shell out for these necessary kidcare products and services.
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