Spring is in the air, and I can hardly wait for the local produce stands to start opening! There’s nothing like fresh, locally grown fruits and veggies! I’m doing a small container garden this year, where [...]
Recently, I wrote about ten ways to save money on two of college’s biggest expenses – books and food. Today, I will explain how to save money on two other large expenses – electronics and travel. [...]
This spring when the weather started getting sunny, my first outdoor project was to set up an umbrella type laundry line. I put it right outside the laundry room door, so it would be convenient to [...]
It’s no secret I’ve had a run of bad customer service experiences lately. First DirecTV and then LunarPages. Because I believe customers should know what they’re getting into before they do businesses with companies like these, [...]
April is Earth Month, and people across the United States are thinking about ways they can help the environment. The problem is, many don’t know where to start. Fortunately, you don’t have to be an expert [...]
Yesterday afternoon was sunny, and I had some free time, so I decided to start our garden. It still gets a little cold at night, but our new house has a greenhouse-like area in the back [...]
As you read this, I am in Austin on the last day of SXSW. I’m on the second business related trip I’ve ever taken, and it’s only my third time on a plane in the last [...]
Even with scholarships and grants, college can be expensive. Nearly all college students, except those with rich uncles, are struggling financially. Here are ten tips to help you save some green on two of college’s biggest [...]
I love the idea of couponing. Those little bits of paper are like finding free money, provided you can get a good deal on the item. In the past I’ve used various methods of keeping track [...]
I don’t like to spend a lot of money decorating. I have a hard time buying a painting for $400, when that’s my grocery shopping budget for the month. At the same time, I want my [...]
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