Just because you didn’t make headway on your resolutions in January doesn’t mean you have to give up. There is still plenty of time to make concrete goals.
I’ve had several products that I purchased fail in the past couple years and fixed under warranty. Should you purchase an extended warranty?
If you’re expecting a refund on your taxes this year, there are some things that you can do to ensure a quick refund.
Here’s a list of important Black Friday shopping tips and things you can do to prepare for the hottest shopping week of the year.
Here are the essential things to know if you’re going to try and sell your things on Craigslist to make some extra money.
Here are a few things you can do to plan ahead and make sure to keep Christmas a frugal holiday this year.
Take this Thanksgiving to answer what really are the greatest blessings you enjoy? Why are you thankful?
Here are 11 ways that using a coupon or buying on sale can actually lead us to spend more money than we had intended. Are you getting coupon blindness?
Overspending can be the cause of many financial issues. Here are six smart spending questions to ask before you buy.
In order to make sure that your home stays in top shape, it helps to have a plan. Here is a monthly home maintenance task checklist.
Consider doing a winter cleaning in January, not just for cleanliness’ sake, but to declutter, make money and to donate to good causes.
Don’t get all worked up over those Black Friday and holiday deals. If you know the seasons and when it’s a good time to buy, you’ll likely save the most money.
Going to a blog conference can be a lot of fun, but it can quickly become very expensive. Here are some ways to save on your costs.
When booking travel and planning for a conference it can be easy to forget to pack everything you need. Here’s a list of blog conference essentials to help you as you pack.