You have a round-the-clock, always vigilant personal finance assistant, right in your pocket. Learn how to make the most of it!
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Fess up — we all have a junk drawer. Take yours from "junk" to "utility" with a little organization and these 27 must-have household items.
The next time you're in the kitchen utensil aisle, resist the urge to buy that strawberry stem remover. You already own a better tool for the job.
Make enough room to actually park your car in your garage with this collection of simple, frugal, and clever garage storage ideas.
Sometimes being frugal is about making do. These 16 home essentials will make your life easier — and none of them cost more than 10 bucks.
Yardwork is a pain, and can hurt you in the wallet, too. Try some of these easy ways to spruce up your yard without spending a lot of money.
For the DIYer nothing brings holiday cheer as well as the right tool for the job. Find it in this collection of gifts that get 'er done.
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.
A trip to the home improvement store can overwhelm when you're trying to buy your first set of tools. Before you shop, read this guide.
Sharing seldom-used items among friends and neighbors is a great (and earth-friendly!) tactic for saving money. Here are the best things to borrow, not buy.
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