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Rx for Summer Skin & Hair

You love that sun-kissed look you've had all summer, but now it's time to transition back to a more polished, meet-the-clients look for fall. Here, a few time-smart (and money-wise) ways to give your skin and hair the TLC it needs. Cool off –...

3 Summer Skin Solutions

It’s the annoying end-of-summer skin dilemma: How do you adjust makeup you bought months ago to match your darker skin tone now—without spending a fortune on all-new products? Three attractive solutions:   Layer a tinted moisturizer over your...

Ground Rules for a Stealth Divorce

In my post last week about whether a Katie Holmes-style secret divorce is smart, I advised against it—unless you feel you’re up against a physical, emotional, or financial threat from your spouse. If that’s the case, and secrecy is best, here’s...

Last-Minute Deals on Trips

Summer is waning, but there’s still time to plan a delicious last-minute trip, thanks to these travel deal sites. Sniqueaway’s claim to fame is that they mine TripAdvisor reviews to offer you great deals at popular resorts, hotels, and spas. You...

Sites That Sniff Out Low Prices

Being good with money doesn’t mean you never shop—it means you shop like a fox. Here, two sites that can help you look fine without paying full price. Lyst is the future of online shopping. Search clothes, shoes, and accessories from all over the...

How to Start Your Own Philanthropy

You’re proud of the organizations you support, especially at this giving time of year. But many women are drawn to do something more than give money: by starting a niche philanthropic project or group they’re passionate about. Social...

The Case for Buying Refurbished Computers

You’re living in a “pre-owned” home, and it's likely that your car was owned before, too. So why does your computer have to be brand new?    Refurbished computers are as good as or better than their brand-new brothers, and buying one (instead of...

A Cash Plan for Kids

My sons are asking, again, when they’ll get an allowance. I’m ambivalent. After all, I never got an allowance. My parents taught me the value of money; they just didn’t do it by actually giving me any.    But my kids aren’t going to give up, so I...

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