We all want to trim the fat from our budget. But these eight life necessities are worth every penny.
As if you needed another reason to be a safe driver, it'll save you big bucks, too.
Some thrifty buys just aren't worth the deal. You're better off buying new — or skipping the buy — on these secondhand "finds."
Make thieves think twice before stepping foot on your property, with a little help from these super cheap security tricks.
Traveling solo is a great way to experience the world, but it's not with risk. Learn some common sense precautions before you venture out alone.
Before you hit the dusty trail, you should know a thing or two — or 20 — about having a safe and enjoyable hike.
Camping out is an affordable way to vacation and enjoy nature's splendor. Make your next trip a pleasant one by avoiding these don'ts.
It's smart to cut corners and save money, but when it comes to health and safety, you're better off spending a little more.
The littler the kid, the bigger the expenses. Even when money is tight, it pays to shell out for these necessary kidcare products and services.
Even a minor auto accident is frightening and stressful. Prepare for the aftermath ahead of time to limit the damage and walk away unscathed.
Even good drivers can develop bad habits behind the wheel. Are you guilty of any of these common operator errors?
Taking care of a few simple home repairs and improvements can protect you and your family from minor accidents — or much worse.
Forget about plane crashes, war, and Ebola. The biggest risks to your health are things you encounter every day.
If fences, locks, and motion-sensing lights are protecting your stuff, it's time to apply some creativity to personal security.
From hurricane warnings to food safety advice, there's an app for that. Protect you and your family from a world of dangers with your smartphone.
These home fire safety measures are frugal, easy, and prudent. Give yourself a little peace of mind with just a few minutes of effort.
An auto accident can be traumatic, and so can the aftermath. Follow these steps to protect yourself later.
You shouldn't have to worry about your safety while on vacation. And, if you follow these suggestions, you won't.
Do you know how to safely exit a sinking car? Help someone with an allergic reaction? Do CPR? Learn these skills, and be prepared to help save a life.
Fall might just be setting in, but now is the perfect time to get prepared for winter. Stay safe on the road at any time with these emergency essentials.
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