Home > Tag Archives: Lifestyle (page 4)

Tag Archives: Lifestyle

7 Ways to Save Time and Money on Laundry


Laundry is probably the most dreaded chore of any kid, mom and adult. Personally, I think it’s the worst part of being a grownup, outside of paying bills of course. 😉 We know it has to be done, but why does it seem to be constant? Unfortunately we can’t wear our clothes forever without washing. If you did, you’d start ... Read More »

4 Summer Staycation Ideas to Save Money


Going on vacation is fun – but it is also expensive. Of course, you already knew that. While everyone would love the opportunity to take their family on a great vacation to somewhere warm and beautiful, that kind of experience doesn’t always fit within the household budget. Faced with the option of either taking a nice trip or staying home ... Read More »

What You Need to Know Before You DIY


DIY, do it yourself. These are (most) everyone’s favorite words these days. You see a cute something on HGTV or on Pinterest and you go, “Yeah, I can do that!” One can find thousands of how-to videos on Youtube, further encouraging you to do what you haven’t before. No DIY project is greater than that of your home. After an ... Read More »

How to Throw a Fabulous Party without Breaking the Bank

fabulous party

From Christmas parties to Birthdays parties, to backyard BBQ gatherings and more, people love going to parties. But if you like to be the one hosting the parties, like I do, you probably already know it can get expensive pretty quickly if you don’t keep your spending in check. So, how do you throw a party and keep your spending ... Read More »

6 Alternative Cell Phone Companies to Consider

Are you considering switching from your current cell phone company to one of the many alternative cell phone companies out there these days? Perhaps it’s because you’re tired of paying astronomical fees for your cell service. If so, you’re not alone. Data from spring 2015 showed that 26.22 million Americans planned on switching their cell carrier within the year. Conclusions ... Read More »