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Cooking Without Crepe Pans and Other Expensive Kitchen Tools

I like kitchen gadgets as much as the next girl, but I just can’t justify splurging on a crepe pan (or other tool) that I’ll use maybe once a month, at the most. So which kitchen u

What's a Fair Relationship Between Salary and Rent?

A recent study suggests that many workers can't afford a decent place to live. But is truth that we need to change our concept of a good standard of living?

6 Ways to Banish Negative Thoughts

Negative thoughts can make you unproductive, crabby, and straight-up unhappy. Stay positive with these suggestions.

Crocs escalator update: $7 million lawsuit filed

More news from the dangerous world of Crocs shoes. It was reported by the

Best Money Tips: Ways to Save Money as a Stay-at-Home Mom

Today we found some great articles on saving as a stay-at-home mom, Black Friday ads worth checking out, and ways to save money without even trying.

5 Sneaky Ways Supermarkets Get You to Spend More

Want to know how grocery stores are parting you from your hard-earned cash? Learn about these supermarket psychology tricks.

Is Six Figures Really That Much?

Nowadays, six figures is still above average, but its buying power in terms of lifestyle may have eroded even more than the value of a dollar, as those of us within striking distan

How Much Should You Invest?

Knowing how much you should invest can be a very difficult (and very personal) question. Read this overview of your options to help you decide.

10 Awesome Jobs for People Who Want to Work From Home

It is possible to have a great job working from home — just follow one of these career paths.

Safeway Savings Rally - How I got 9 bags of groceries for $13

Right now Safeway is having an event called Savings Rally which lasts until February 26th. The deal is that you get a dollar off coupon for buying a number of items off a list of

Keep Your Credit Card Safe While Shopping Online

Whether you're doing holiday shopping or just making an everyday purchase, follow these steps to keep your credit card information safe.

How to Slow Down Your Fast-Paced Life

Don't let stress overwhelm you — instead, follow these steps to slow down your life.

Bar Stool Economics

Enjoy this lighthearted anecdotal story illustrating the North American tax system.

Too Good to Be True? How Trader Joe's Sells Affordable Goods

Trader Joe's fans love the store, and with good reason. But how do they manage to keep all of those great products so cheap?

Chat With the Cheapest Man in America at WashingtonPost.com (2/28 12:00 pm EST)

Join Wise Bread blogger Jeff Yeager, the cheapest man in America, for an online chat at the Washington Post's website. Drop by, ask a question, and help Jeff spread the messag

Best Money Tips: 216 Affordable Gifts for Everyone on Your List

Today we found some awesome articles on 216 gifts for everyone on your list, frugal lunch ideas, and reasons to list or buy a home in December.

Who Pays For the Bridesmaid Dresses When . . . ?

Figuring out who pays for the bridesmaids' dresses is tough, but depending on the situation, the rules are clear. Try this cheatsheet and good luck!

Shopping for Luggage: In Search of the Rolling Duffel Carry-on Backpack Thing

So you've decided to take the plung and make this summer the one where you take your dream trip to Europe. Or Thailand. Or Australia. Or all of the above. But you survey your l

7 Hot Credit Card Trends for 2013

From mobile wallets to great sign-up bonuses to (could it be?) easy credit, learn about next year's big credit card trends.

Are Your Frugal Ways Hurting Us All?

Frugal living can be a very responsible thing -- it prevents piling waste into landfills and it promotes the financial well being of your family. But sometimes, can frugality be ir