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I was just going to have the kids look in sales papers, catalogs, and online, and then write a list of desired items on paper– that is, until I received an email that talked about SantasHideout.com. Continue reading
I like magazines a lot. And if I really like something in a magazine, I may keep the whole issue, but often I just tear or cut out the particular page or item that has caught my eye. A few … Continue reading
I have been exploring the job market for basically the totality of 2011. And I have discovered pretty much the same thing that many other unemployed or underemployed individuals have– the job market is very difficult right now, and is not really … Continue reading
What’s the score? No, I am not talking about a sports game. Maybe the question is better phrased as, What’s your score? Credit scores have continuously grown in importance, influencing not only your chances of getting a loan, but even … Continue reading
Yes, I know it is the last day of August, and no, I am not crazy to be asking a question this early about Christmas shopping. I do have a reason for it. Shopping lists used to be just a … Continue reading
I used to work in a typical office environment with all of its luxuries, like Microsoft Outlook. Using the program all of those years to organize my emails, contacts, notes, to do lists, and calendars has made me quite spoiled. … Continue reading
I just wanted to say a quick belated thank you to CreditKarma.com (one of the BEST websites in the history of the world, by the way) for posting one of Live Simply, Live Thrifty, Live Savvy‘s comments on their blog as part … Continue reading