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Today we found some great articles on freebies for summer fun, holidays for every day in June, and laundry tips and tricks you should know.
If you're a mom, dad, grandma, granddad, aunt, uncle, big sister, big brother, friend, or tutor, you will most likely find yourself spending time with a child this summer. [more]
Graciousness and gratitude are harder to come by these days — but these old school manners really are timeless. Let's bring them back!
An Australian company, Heap, has come up with a search engine that could Save 750 Megawatt-hours a Year. How will they do it? They've turned Google black. From what I've read, ther
I am married to a garlic lover. Not that my husband craves the pungent flavoring in his meals, but rather is insistent on eating it to ward off any impending sickness. [more]
Wow! What an amazing couple of weeks it has been. We have seen an amazing amount of link love, and we wanted to share some of the highlights with you!
Today we found some fantastic articles on ways travelers save on trips, getting paid what you are worth, and ways to save money on your electric bill.
There's a cheaper, healthier, and more natural way to get in shape than hitting the gym. Forget complicated fitness — get up and move.
There are a lot of ways to live simply. My personal favorite is living simply through capital — and it's easier to do than you might expect.
Her comes the bride...and the bill! Learn how to have the wedding of your dreams without going into debt with these cunning cutbacks.
Sure, ready-made deodorant is easy to purchase and use. But there are some great reasons to make your own (inexpensive!) deodorant.
Treasury Secretary Henry Paulson gave a speech yesterday, talking about the administration's plan to "address the challenges" of the housing market downturn and relat
Financial management is one of the most important lessons you can teach children — start early with these great (and fun!) financial gifts for kids.
I saw an article recently suggesting that neighbors share a garbage service. One neighbor hires the service, the other kicks in to cover half the bill, and both bring their stuff
When time and money are tight, it's natural to try to narrow down what you're trying to get done. But the opposite might be what you really need.
I get a particular negative jolt when I review a credit card bill and find a charge for something that's already over and done--a meal already eaten, a vacation already taken,
I have a long-standing dislike of grocery shopping. Pushing a cart around a store is not one of the ways I amuse myself. I've found that because of my attempts to get in and ou
Autumn isn't just for pumpkin-carving. For these five kinds of items, it can be a great time to "rake" in some savings.
Many sellers count on testimonials to reassure buyers that a product or service is great. But just how reliable are those testimonials?
The Groundhog predicted that we will have to endure six more weeks of winter. This means more snow, ice, and cold that can reduce your car's efficiency by up to 50%. Fortunatel
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