Health and wealth are the two things we all want most. This book shows you how to painlessly and seamlessly attain them.
You may think the barcode is only there for inventory and checkout, but think again. Barcodes hold a wealth of knowledge if you have the right key.
Good news, athletes! You can get your fitness on while you make a little extra cash.
Looking to save money on lunch but are sick of eating PB&Js? These lunches will boost your budget and satisfy your taste buds.
Make your hectic mornings brighter by making better coffee, or getting it for a better price.
Looking to master those beachy waves and keep your skin sunburn-free this summer? These beauty hacks will help.
Looking to switch up your food routine for summer? Start with these delicious summer food hacks.
You may be surprised to know that good driving skills make your life better in many ways.
The perks of travel go way beyond curing a serious case of wanderlust. Travel is good for your health, too!
If you're looking to skip the gym and get fit at home, you need the right exercise mat. Try any of these five as part of your daily workout routine.
Poor health habits may indicate a lack of self-confidence — and they may contribute to it. End these habits and start feeling better inside and out.
The stuff you keep around says a lot about your lifestyle. How many of these healthy things does your family have?
It’s 5 p.m. Do you know where your energy went? Follow these easy suggestions to feel great at the end of your work day.
Whether you're a frugal newbie or a pro, check out these money-saving suggestions you might not have heard before.
You might schedule your day up to the last minute with Important Things to Do — but for a happy, healthy life, don't forget about these 14.
There are myriad ways to increase health and happiness without spending a bunch of money. Here are 25 of them that you can implement right away.
Everyone knows that cooking is cheaper and healthier than eating out. It's also better (i.e. more to your taste) than eating out, and easier than eating out (no driving, parking,
Every so often, I get hit in the face with two facts. First, Americans (even poor Americans) are unbelievably rich. Second, Americans (as a group) utterly lack a cultural traditi
Twenty years ago, I parked at a supermarket, near where a poor family had just parked. I knew they were poor, because they looked like poor folks are supposed to look: Their clot
I have a theory about sleep. My theory is this: everyone who routinely uses an alarm clock suffers from chronic sleep deprivation. Using an alarm clock a few times a year (to c
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