Sarah was born to frugal parents, so she's been learning how to save money since before she could walk. See more of her writing at SarahWinfrey.com.
You need a new job, but you don't want your current boss knowing that! Keep your search quiet and keep your job while you land a better one.
We love our smartphones and tablets, but that glow comes with some costs. Is it time to cut back for better health and happiness?
If you find an airline that doesn't charge to check, take them up on it. You'll wait a moment at the carousel, but the rest of the trip's a breeze.
There's nothing frugal about borrowing to support a lavish lifestyle. But for essential big purchases, it's okay to visit your bank.
It's easy to let the daily grind sap your motivation. Buck up, superstar, and dig deep. You already have everything you need to stay positive.
People who save a lot of money share a lot of the same habits. Start saving more by doing as they do.
Nobody will buy what you're selling if they don't know you're selling it. Jumpstart your side hustle with some easy and inexpensive marketing.
The thing about the old tried and true is that sometimes it isn't true. Have you been cleaning the house wrong?
Skip the frustration on your next shopping spree with a few simple tricks to help you find a style that's right for you — and the clothes that fit.
You are what you eat — and that goes for your brain too. Are you making yourself dumber just by stuffing food in your face?
If you're looking to buy in one of these four overheated markets, you may want to act fast — or reconsider buying at all.
Most experts agree you should "never" borrow from your retirement accounts, with a few exceptions, such as these.
Many of the foods sold as "healthy" aren't, actually, despite the higher price. Are you eating any of these 11 overpriced health foods?
Personal finance while jogging? With apps that make managing money easier than ever, fitness time can also be personal finance time.
We try our best to be polite and sensitive to others, but sometimes even Emily Post slips up. Are you guilty of any of these small impositions?
Our traditions make the holidays meaningful, from gifts to glitter. What traditions mark your holiday season?
Buying books for booklovers is hard (they'd rather choose). Instead of another gift card, give them something fun that makes reading even better.
Relationships are hard. Are you making yours harder with any of these little relationship spoilers?
It's easy to let the hustle of the holidays become resentment. Be reminded of the meaning of the day with some small, thoughtful traditions.
From naps to sad movies, these common everyday activities really do make us happier — in ways science can measure. Try some and feel better!
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