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Tough times have made us all a bit more cautious about whipping out our wallets on a whim. When it comes to spending with discretion, it's important to have priorities about things you think are worth the money, and those items or services that are not. Here are 11 things that I think are worth it.
Your wedding guests will travel great distances and bestow you with lavish gifts, so a wedding favor is a great way to show your gratitude on the day of your nuptials. The best favors are representative of the newlyweds' personalities,...Show More Summary
As we all know, all too well, what we want and what we can afford are two very different things. Budgets come into play, especially as the planning for a wedding unfolds. For the bride, the dress can hold a higher place on the list of...Show More Summary
We're all big fans of buying used items; it's a great way to save money and be environmentally friendly. However, there are certain items you should be wary about buying secondhand because some of them may even be hazardous to your health. Show More Summary
Working hard and being smart with your money aren't things you just should do because they seem virtuous - these behaviors ultimately allow you to get more enjoyment out of life. You'll have no regrets when you're able to accomplish what's important to you because of your savvy ways. These are 11 golden rules that I try to live by; click through and then make a list of your own.
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F. Scott Fitzgerald may have once said, "The rich are different." Whether or not that's true is a matter of debate, but having deep pockets does change things when it comes to vacationing. Having means allows travelers to know about and visit hard-to-reach, off-the-radar locations. Show More Summary
Everyone has their off days, but why cause more negativity if you can avoid it? If you work on thinking positively about yourself and others, you will be that much closer to being your happiest self. Below are 19 things unhappy people do that we should all try to avoid. 1. Show More Summary
Doing your taxes is like going to the dentist... no one actually likes it, but you'd sure be in trouble if you skipped out. To make this time of year less painful, we bring you five apps that put the "ease" in tax season. April 15, bring it on!
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Seeing the world doesn't have to cost you every last penny you have - in fact, you can make money (or at least break even) while seeing all of the sights. If you work abroad, you're really able to experience the culture of a new place,...Show More Summary
The start of a new season is a good time to clean out your closet, and you'll probably have a couple of old t-shirts that you need to dispose of. If you can't stand to trash your clothes, then turn your old shirts into usable items. Check out some cool DIY projects you can make out of old tees.
Catt Sadler is crazy busy. Between cohosting E! News, being a mother of two, and traveling all over the world (for both work and play), she has a full schedule. We got to speak with the star about all her travel tips when it comes to jet-setting on a moment's notice. Show More Summary
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When traveling or simply at the end of a crazy workday, a soothing eye mask is just the thing to relax your worries away. And making your own is a great way to repurpose an old shirt. Filled with scented rice, this DIY eye mask can be warmed or chilled and stays put thanks to an elastic headband. Show More Summary
It's amazing how one simple household item - the mason jar - can be used in so many practical and aesthetic ways. The jars can serve a range of purposes, from adding a rustic flair to your home to sealing in food you need to preserve. Read on for more fun uses for mason jars. - Additional reporting by Sarah Lipoff Source: Julia Mirabella
My little brother Mac is freakishly wise. I don't know if it's because he's a much younger kid hanging around lots of adults or he's just an old soul, but the seventh grader can drop major knowledge. Every so often we'll be sitting around...Show More Summary
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You don't need an interior designer to help make the most of your small space. If your home feels a little bit too micro for you, there are plenty of easy tricks you can use to make it seem bigger than it really is. Read on for 11 of our smart decorating tips. - Additional reporting by Macy Williams
Warm weather is fast approaching, which means many Americans will find themselves on the road soon. An abundance of travelers on the road could mean a longer car ride, so if you're going to embark on a lengthy road trip, then remember to bring these items with you. Check out our 16 essentials. Source: Shutterstock