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These four responsible ways to dispose of old electronics will keep them the out of landfills and may even put a little more money in your pocket.
Upgrade a drab apartment with some clever, frugal design ideas that won't leave a mark, so you can leave with your deposit.
Cold sores are painful, ugly, and take a long time to heal. Here's how to avoid (and treat) these nasty little lesions.
Today we found some amazing articles on changing spending habits to increase your income, the art of healthy discontentment, and creating a budget you'll stick with.
Cable and satellite television subscriptions are expensive. Let's face it – are you really watching 352 channels and listening to 50 music stations via your television each month
Fees here, fees there, banking fees everywhere. Cut the expense of banking and other financial services by shopping smart and choosing fee-free.
You probably already purchase from online retail behemoth Amazon.com for savings and convenience. Find more of both with these Amazon shopping hacks.
Etiquette is the grease that keeps the gears of civilization turning. Do your part by following these 10 basic rules of etiquette.
Make your razor go the extra mile — and last up to a year — with these money-saving (and razor-saving) tricks.
It's easy to save money by packing a sandwich for lunch...unless you have a gluten allergy. Use these recipe ideas to brown-bag it while avoiding gluten.
"Will Work For Food"
by Wray Herbert
Article reprinted with permission from Mr. Herbert's insightful blog We're Only Human... [more]
Here are 11 options for free or very cheap travel through volunteering.
After having five children, I know a few things about finding diaper deals. Follow my suggestions, and you'll never have to pay full-price for diapers again.
Don't throw away those so-called "one-time-use" items. Here are some creative ways to reuse them — and save some money in the process.
So you've popped open a bottle of wine...now, what do you do with the wine cork? You have a surprising number of options.
Most of us know that soda isn't good for us, but that doesn't mean we stop drinking it. Here are 22 financial, health, and other reasons to kick the habit.
Here are my tips on batch cooking for those who work a full-time job, have tiny ones underfoot, or just generally hate cooking for days at a time.
Rather than face an untimely layoff, why not join millions of savvy entrepreneurs and start a business of your own? Here’s how someone with no capital can create their own schedule
Some online banks have great service, while others offer great interest rates. These five have both.
The usual rule of thumb is 3 to 6 months' income. Of course that's silly--the size of your emergency fund needs to be based on your spending, not your income. But even 3
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