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Best Money Tips: How to Start Investing

Today we found some stellar articles on how to start investing, time management for part-time entrepreneurs, and home staging on a budget.

Best Money Tips: How to Become a Morning Person

Today we found some awesome articles on becoming a morning person, ways to avoid common bank fees, and financial resolutions to keep in 2014.

A Beginner’s Guide to Frugal Living

The path to frugality has many detours, and even the experts make mistakes. Here are seven things to keep in mind as you find your own road.

Learn New Skills for Free: The Power of Forums

When it comes to learning a new skill or getting help with a problem, these online communities are some of the best resources you can find.

Website 101: How to Build a Site and Get It Online

Creating a website is easy with this step-by-step advice that takes you from idea to published product.

How To Make Your Own Soda, Tidy A Room In Three Minutes, Cure A Hangover And Become A Movie Extra. Phew!

I’m a big fan of Howcast. Their website is a treasure trove of information, and you can also find their videos on popular sites like Metacafe and YouTube. Sometimes their advice is

How to bake sourdough bread (and save a buck on every loaf)

I doubt if the cost of yeast is really breaking your household budget. If you bake a lot you probably already buy yeast in bulk, so you're not paying the per-packet price anyway.

Dealing with Financial Drought: A Recovery Plan

You know how it goes. One minute, you have extra money sitting in the bank just waiting for you to play with it. The next, your car needs repaired, or the cat gets sick, or the roo

How to get a job--learn the secret from a bad movie

I've read a bunch of books on how to do a job search. They all talk about networking. They all talk about researching the company--knowing what they do and what they need don

Let things go

Two of the unhappiest people I ever knew lived in the apartment below mine when I lived for two years in Salt Lake City. They acted as on-site managers--collected rent checks in

Preparing for a Recession

Find out what, exactly, is a recession and what you can do to prepare for it.

Broken down? Turn your pencil into a flashlight.

If there's one thing I know about travel, it's be prepared. But it's sometimes easier said than done. We all know we should carry emergency supplies in the trunk of the car, and one of those essentials is a flashlight. [more]

Dead car battery? Give it a glass of red wine.

  I love quick fixes for problems. [more]