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Let me jump to the end and say right at the start that I don't think so. However, there's a serious argument being made right now among economists and economic policy makers that h
If your interests in simplicity and frugality have as much to do with protecting the environment and using less resources as they do with saving money, give some thought to revi
I'm a risk taker that has learned the hard way; budgeting is a necessity.
Deflation is back in the news, and for good reason: It's a real risk.
Restaurant supply stores offer a cheap place to get certain cookware for your kitchen.
Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips roundup. Today, we tell you the secret to getting your kids to eat ALL their brown bag lunch, how to use up leftover hot dog buns, and how t
Today we found some of the best articles from around the web on keeping your health and beauty costs low!
My passion for bike riding and general common sense as a driver helped me navigate my town's busy streets and traffic clogged arteries. There were a few safety items I had to keep
Today we found some awesome articles on how to save over $15,000 a year, things to remove from your resume, and avoiding financial scams.
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Even rats regret settling for second best. Decide what you really want, figure out how to reach it, and you'll never regret it later.
Who's smarter — older siblings or younger ones? It all depends on when you ask.
Estimating costs is hard — and the sad part is, much of the time it's because our brains are working against us. Here's how to regain control.
Today, we share tips to help you get the most out of a job fair, some advice on writing emails, and a few creative ideas for repurposing old windows.
You don't have to look like a runway model to love the body you have. Start treating it with the care you both deserve.
Consumer credit is a wonderful convenience. It can also be a terrible burden. Learn to identify the signs of a burdensome credit relationship.
Let me help you get a jump on shopping for Christmas 2011: Here are some of my favorite frugal and funny gifts from this year.
Nobody wants to be the one who fouls the room with stinky breath. Take a few simple steps to keep your exhalations modest and inoffensive.
Today we found some wonderful articles on how to use the web to save $8,000 a year, money mistakes you may not know you are making, and using snow to water your indoor plants.
Today we found some awesome articles on habits that create long-term happiness, spending $100 a month on groceries, and survival skills for everyday life.
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