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How to Buy...a Down Comforter

It’s a winter essential—yet buying a good down comforter has gotten almost as complicated as picking a smart phone.Whether you're spending $200 or $1,200, here's what you need to know:Decide between down and down-alternative. Down is insulating...

The Upside of Excess

We've all heard the advice: Get enough sleep, don't overdo the cocktails, and give yourself time to slow down, meditate, get centered. In other words, strive for balance—in your diet, life, and finances. Because then all will be well, right?...

Get More for Your Rewards

You spend a lot on your cards and you want all the perks you deserve. With so many options (flights! merch! cash!) how do you get the most for your hard-swiped points?  Best Cash back. Redeeming points for cash is a smart way to go, experts say....

A Pro Sweetens Your Trip

I’m a diehard DIY traveler—until a travel agent saved me almost $400 on a recent flight to Ghana. The unexpected discount made me realize I’d been missing out on an obvious (if old-school) way to save time and find better deals. Here’s when to...

Giving Gets Social

Take a night out with the gals, add a cocktail or two, stir in some philanthropy, and what do you get? A hangover with meaning? No, a giving circle, a social way to raise funds for a cause you believe in. Rather than writing an anonymous check to...

Getting Away From It All

Do you ever dream about really going off the grid—no cell phone, no Wi-Fi, no flatscreen TV? You don’t have to rent a private island, or  commit to a yoga retreat (especially if you’re not the downward-dog type). Instead, consider a few blissful...

A High-Powered Laptop at 1/4th the Price?

You’ve been eyeing the next table at the coffee shop. It is not the woman sitting there, nor her croissant. You have laptop envy. She’s typing away on a slick, super-slim MacBook Air. It would be so great to be able to fit your computer into your...

6 Tips for Spending Less on Skiing

At some ski resorts, adult lift tickets can top $100. Add in gear rentals, lodging and après-ski cocktails, and you’re talking several hundred bucks a day to slide down a mountain. Here are a few ways to notch down the costs. Buy online. You can...

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