Oh thrift store, how do I love thee? Let me count the ways!
Used or new, 50s and 60s suits are still fashionable, and actually affordable, if you know where to look. Find out here!
The golden era of making money on eBay has come and gone...or has it? There are still profits to be made, provided you're selling these things.
Back-to-school sales are great, but thrift stores are even better. Discover the best gently used items to buy for your kids.
Tell us whether you shop at thrift stores and we'll enter you in a drawing to win a $20 Amazon Gift Card!
Not all thrift stores are created equal — but if you look for these five things, you'll almost always find a good deal.
Make 2013 your year to help the environment...and your wallet. Here a five simple ways to turn over a new leaf and save a little money, too.
Were you were raised by frugal folks? Here are 20 more tell-tale signs that frugality is in your blood.
Looking for secondhand treasure? Knowing the pros and cons of each type of thrift store can help you decide where to shop.
Don't rent that pricey moving truck! Instead, opt for buying inexpensive, high-quality used furniture. This guide tells you how and where to shop.
Like finding awesome stuff at great prices? Make the most of your thrift-store trips by always keeping an eye out for these items.
Today we found some great articles on getting better deals at thrift stores, sources of non-taxable income, and optimixing credit card rewards.
Before you start spending your savings on a new spring wardrobe, try these suggestions to stay in style on a budget.
Let me help you get a jump on shopping for Christmas 2011: Here are some of my favorite frugal and funny gifts from this year.
Shopping for the Plus Size gal can be fun if she takes stock in what she's working with and goes to those designers that work with her.
The nation as a whole has been exploring new avenues for savings these days. Thrift stores can be a great place to get what you need and pay what you want. Here are some tips for n
Recently the Consumer Product Safety Improvement Act is making headlines because it required that all products (including clothes) made for children 12 and under be tested for lead
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