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7 Ways to Save on Groceries For Turkey Day

The big Thanksgiving dinner will fill your stomach up good, but it may empty your wallet. I talked to consumer expert Andrea Woroch, who gave a couple of handy tips to save money on shopping at the supermarket for Turkey Day.  Do It Yourself....

Why This Single Mom Chose NYC

I just passed my 10-year mark living in New York City. Throughout an entire decade in this city, one thing was constant: Whenever I caught a glimpse of the Manhattan skyline — while jogging along the East River near my home in Astoria, Queens, or...

Budget Bulge: How I Cut My Food Bill by 30%

It’s no surprise that the thing I spend the most money on, most consistently, is the one thing I feel quickest to defend. I mean, I need to eat, right? I know I didn’t need a second pair of jeans, or two of the same top in different colors. My...

Should You Buy or Rent?

These days, you can rent nearly anything — but should you?

Why I Love My Cupboards (Almost) Bare

You don’t have to be a Spartan to appreciate the value of owning fewer things.

Don’t Toss It--Fix It

7 simple DIY fixes for common big-ticket items.

How a Little Prep Goes a Long Way

During a recent Sunday afternoon at Target, I realized that my son had no clean shorts for the next morning and there was no way I’d have enough time (or, frankly, the energy) to do laundry. So I threw three pairs into my cart. While cleaning out...

Do We Want Power-Woman Water?

If consumer marketing segments say anything about what our society values, did high-income women just become more desirable? This week Nestlé announced a new premium brand of water called Resource. According to a direct quote from Resource brand...

Attending a Wedding? 5 Ways to Save

Forget planning a wedding; just attending a wedding can be a major wallet drainer. Between travel, lodging, and gifts, being a guest can cost upward of over $500. Here are five ways to curb costs while still showing support for the lovely couple...

9 Clutter Busters that Could Save You Money

That mess on your desk, in your shelves and on the living room table? It’s more than unsightly—it can be expensive! “I once found a check for over $9,000 in a client’s home,” says Arlington, VA-based certified professional organizer C. Lee...

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