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Best Money Tips: Frugal Pet Care

Today we found some great articles on frugal pet care, tips for investing in penny stocks, and giant money wasters.

14 Ways to Spend Less Money on Valentine's Day

Wow your Valentine with truly romantic gifts and experiences and save your money for better things — like the post V-Day jewelry sale.

Guys: Upgrade Your Style Without Buying New Clothes

You don't need to shop to be more fashionable. From fixing up your shoes to discovering the power of tailoring, learn how to look great in what you have.

6 European Destinations Finally Cheap Enough to Visit

A strong dollar means cheaper imports — and cheaper international travel. Make this summer the summer you finally visit Europe!

Best Money Tips: Steps to Being Happy

Today we found some awesome articles on steps to being happy, avoiding December debt, and strategies to maximize credit card rewards.

Is Plastic Killing Us? The True Cost of Convenience

Plastic is really hard to avoid. In fact, it's everywhere. Clothing, mattresses, furniture, carpet - plastic is used to prevent fires as well as food stains. And now, plastic is in an even more exciting place! Your bloodstream. [more]

Europe has the Euro. Are you ready for The Amero?

Hold onto your hats. (Or should that be dollars?) The Amero is coming. I’ve heard a lot of talk over the last few years about a new currency called the Amero that will replace dollars and pesos. [more]

10 Ways to Get a Good Workout... Even With Kids Around

Looking after little kids often means failing to lookout for yourself. Combine child care with quick workouts you can do almost anywhere.

Business Plan Basics

I have a business and offer writing services so, on occasion, I have been asked to write business plans. Those making such requests are generally very eager, convinced of their

How to Have a Great Wedding if You Haven't Saved Enough

No need to break the bank walking down the aisle. You really can have an unforgettable wedding — even on the teeniest of budgets.

Best Money Tips: 17 Places to Watch Movies and TV for Free

Today we found some great articles on where you download or stream movies and TV shows for free, ways to make your home eco-friendly, and how to brew coffee without a coffee maker.

Dollar-Cost Averaging: my path to becoming a not-so-nervous investor

Can the concept of dollar-cost averaging (DCA) help prevent nervousness in investors? (I think so). But what is DCA and is it a viable investment strategy? If you are a seasoned in

5 Ways Greece and China's Economic Problems Might Impact You

Economic turmoil in China and Greece is creating a ripple effect worldwide. Are you feeling with the fallout?

Nausea Be Gone (For Less)!!

Even the thought of nausea can make your stomach turn. And frankly, the cost of trying to soothe it can be frightening! 24 tablets can cost you close to $10 at the drug store. If t

Fast and Easy Pizza Dough and Sauce

Pizza delivery for just two people can quickly top $30, depending on where you live, not to mention the hour that you usually have to wait for that delivery. Buying frozen pizza

How to live with inflation

Of the various ills the economy can face, inflation is simultaneously the worst for society as a whole, and yet the easiest for individuals to deal with successfully. The strategi

Best Money Tips: How to Take a Better Selfie

Today we found some great tips for a better selfie, how to create a minimalist wardrobe, and cheap ways to avoid fall illnesses.

Plumas County: Hidden (Cheaper) California

Are you stuck on the coast paying a big mortgage on a tiny property? Do your kids spend more time with their daycare provider than with you? Do you worry that they've never see

Here's Everything You Need to Get Started With Bitcoin

Bitcoin is not quite as hot as it once was, but it's still traded and used. Now that prices are more modest, are you ready to test the popular cryptocurrency?

The Shanghai Supposition: Better Choices=More Choices=Better Experiences

Cheap Chinese goods have created a Wal-Mart economy in America but for the individual they can be an eye-opening experience about the joys of travel, about the pride garnered from