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The holiday season is well upon us, and we're running low on time to find the perfect gift for everyone on your list. If you're anything like us, you're having a bit of difficulty -- there are so many options and deals that it's hard to know what to buy! That's why haven't curated the top 50 or even 25 best gifts for Mom or your BFF -- we've picked just two things for everyone on your list.
Twice annually, I transition from my "summer" closet to my "winter" one, using the opportunity to re-evaluate my wardrobe. It's a good exercise, letting me take a realistic look at everything from my waistline (it's always sad when pants no longer fit) to my style (did I really wear those studded boots all last winter??). In today’s blog I offer 10 simple steps to pairing down your wardrobe so you’re only keeping what you really love.
There are many theories about how to score the lowest holiday airfare, our best advice is simple: Start early and use a particular online tool.
While clipping coupons is a tried-and-true way to save money, there are now other options too. Here are some of our favorite ways to save without skimping at the grocery store.
We're just a few weeks into the new year and I've already saved more than $1500 on pre-booked travel for trips planned in January and February. Really. Let me let you in on a little secret - my Savvy Spending tips aren't limited to member's clubs or fancy travel writer perks. They're easy hacks you can try yourself.
We love making our homes look, smell and feel in tune with the seasons. The problem? If we raided the Pottery Barn catalog every time a new collection was released, we wouldn't be able to pay our mortgages. We also seem to generate a bigger collection of "Pinterest fails than we do DIY wins, so the "make-it-yourself" route isn't always the best bet. As a result, we've turned online for inspiration -- and found a slew of relatively affordable but high-end-look catalogs with great websites to bookmark for our new design and decor crushes.
It's summertime, and the living is easy ... sort of. The kids are home from school, and those weekend road trips to the lake or beach sure do add up to some added stress on your bank account. Don't sacrifice style this summer, you can still save big with these simple money-saving techniques, right from the comfort of your computer.
We're super excited that it's finally summer ... and you know what that means. It's summer vacation time! No matter the size of your vacation fund, it's easy to save money on summer travel by following these six savvy spending summer travel tips.
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