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DIY Gifts for Deadline Shoppers

I give DIY gifts every year, and I’m obsessed with finding fresh ideas that look pretty and polished. This year, try these three easy, meaningful gifts that work alone or as a bundle:   Patterned coasters. These coasters are a crafter’s dream....

Best New Giftable Kitchen Gadgets

Whether you’re shopping for the Rachael Ray in your life—or someone who just likes to throw a stylin’ party—you can put some serious spice in her chutney with these gifts ($40 and under). State of the Union ($40, Etsy) Whether she hails from the...

Hacking the Laptop vs. Tablet Debate

They’re small, they’re sleek—and everyone seems to be buying them (it’s rumored that 250,000 Kindle Fires have been pre-sold already). But do you really need to add to your pile of gadgets? In some instances, yes. Fun factor. Most tablets (for...

Designer Decorating Looks for (Way) Less

With the holidays creeping up, now is the time to whip your home into shape. With a little creativity and some DIY spirit, you can pull off high-end looks in your home—and still have money for gifts. Wood Paneled Accent Wall A slick, modern,...

A Pro Organizer De-Clutters Your Spending

Sometimes it makes sense to splurge on a pricier item—sometimes it’s smarter to skimp. But when? Working as a professional organizer, I see both sides of the purchasing problem—homes cluttered with over-priced items—and the frustration caused by...

Decorate Your Walls on the Cheap

Thanks to websites like Etsy, 20 x 200 and I Need Nice Things, it’s easy to score inexpensive artwork—but framing them is still a pricey endeavor. Unless you can get away with not framing, that is. My top three solutions for filling your walls on...

Make Your Home Energy-Smart

Before the temps drop and your heating bill skyrockets this fall, find and fix problems in your home by conducting a home energy assessment. Here’s how:   Do a DIY assessment. Use the Department of Energy’s guide to do-it-yourself energy audits....

Money Rules: Your Wedding, Their Money—How to Ask

Q: I'm hoping my parents will contribute to our wedding—but we've never discussed it. How do I ask? A: Before you mention anything to your families, make sure you and your fiancé are on the same page. Use the wedding budget worksheet on The Emily...

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