What is More Important to You: The Money or the Work?

Tweet This is a guest post from Ron Haynes, editor of The Wisdom Journal and author of a new eBook, The Inner View of Your Interview, exposing the motivations behind today’s top 100 job interview questions. Ron has been interviewing people for various positions for over two decades and uses his new eBook to give […]

How to Make Salt Dough Ornaments With Your Kids


Tweet An Easy Salt Dough Ornament Recipe The holidays are a time where creativity is encouraged.  Trimming your tree can be costly if you opt to purchase each and every one of your ornaments from the store.  Rather than incur these unnecessary costs, think about other festive ways to decorate.  In fact, with a little […]

Online Black Friday Sales and Beyond

Tweet If you’re like me, you absolutely hate dealing with the crowds on Black Friday. To get in on the best deals you usually have to wake up at some ungodly hour before the sun comes up, stand in long lines for hours out in the cold, and even then, the chances of getting in […]

Five Great Gifts You Can Make For Under $5


Tweet Whoever said that something had to be expensive in order for it to be meaningful never knew the joy of a handmade gift!  Not only are these types of presents rich with sentimental value, they also capture the spirit of the holidays with their simplicity and personal nature. A handcrafted gift is truly special […]

The Best American Express Credit Cards For Your Business

Tweet When starting or managing a business nothing can be more important than how you make purchases. Whether you’re just starting out and want a safe and secure way to purchase office supplies, to investing in expensive equipment with the ability to finance the purchase over time, nothing beats a good credit card. What makes […]

How to Raise Financially Savvy Kids

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Tweet Children are often not adequately prepared for a financially savvy adult life. Between a lack of formal education and bad habits at home, kids can often be set up to make some costly mistakes once they set out on their own. Therefore, it is essential that parents begin to instill financial values in their […]

A New Shopper's Guide to Black Friday Shopping

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Tweet The idea of Black Friday can be daunting for anyone that has never been a part of the mayhem.  Stores around the country lure shoppers in with promises of low priced items and plenty of door prizes and giveaways.  The only catch is that in order for you to get that $100 laptop or […]

Where Frugal Writers Turn For Inspiration

Tweet As a writer, I know how costly my profession can be.  From workshops and conferences to special software for my computer, every purchase adds up and cuts into my already tight budget. I’m a big fan of self-learning.  I am particularly fond of books like New World Library’s A Writer’s Book Of Days: A […]

Maximizing Your Wardrobe: Looking Great for Less


Tweet If you are like a lot of people today, the economy is putting a real drain on your budget. Even though we want to look our best, the days when we could indulge in a little impulse buying are gone, and even though they are gone, you probably have a whole closet full of […]

The Complete Book of Baby Bargains Review


Tweet The Complete Book of Baby Bargains by Coupons.com family savings expert and founder of mommysavers.com Kimberly Danger is worth its weight in gold.  Consisting of 1,000 tips and practices to help you save money on baby gear, maternity wear, furniture, and more, this book is a must-have resource for any parent wanting to save […]