One way to spend less is to take up a fun hobby. Try one of these great ones, and you may even improve yourself and your bank account along the way too.
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It's easy to get trapped in a humdrum routine. Shake things up with one or more of these simple activities, lessons, experiments, and adventures.
From bartender to tutor, these 30 side jobs pay well, often have flexible hours, and may even help you build skills you can use in your "regular" career.
When time and money are tight, it's natural to try to narrow down what you're trying to get done. But the opposite might be what you really need.
Don't let on-the-job stress ruin your day. Instead, follow these tips to help remain calm, centered, and happy, no matter what work throws at you.
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Get your craft on for less with these fun and inexpensive projects for accessories, home decorations, and more.
Whether it's for a birthday, holiday, or other celebration, eliminate the phrase "it's the thought that counts" by giving one of these awesome, useful gifts.
The next time you're listless, grumpy, or just plain bored, follow these suggestions to spend your time, rather than spending money.
Learning how to "do it yourself" doesn't just save you save from hiring someone. Discover how DIY can improve your finances, friendships, and more.
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If you're interested in metal detecting, learn about the costs, concerns, and rewards of the hobby as one enthusiast shares his story.
My husband and I have a fairly large collection of board games that we play with in our leisure time. Many of these games have an economic element that teach you to think carefull
There are countless ways to raise your income, besides the obvious one of getting a job. Here are a few categories, and a few suggestions.
I haven't owned a television in over 7 years. I haven't lived in a house with a set in over 5 years. I spend my days largely television-free, and I actually like it.
Hobbies generally end up in the expense category. Depending on the hobby, you may be paying for equipment, supplies, books and magazines, classes, training--the list goes on.
With a little creativity, these hobbies can be parlayed into part-time gigs.
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