Ways To Melt Away Stress

Tax season can get make anyone a bundle of nerves. Even now that it’s over, you might be feeling like you could use a good dose of stress relief and relaxation. No need to spend a bunch of money in order to chill out—save the cash that the government didn't take and find a little stress relief with these free or inexpensive methods. Practice good time management. Each day, make a list of Read more ...

Favorite Frugalebrities of 2012

Annual List Highlights Top Cents-able Celebrities and Offers Ways to Save Like a Star Over one month into 2013, it’s no surprise that everyone is still trying to keep that New Year’s resolution to save a buck or two. And when we say everyone, we mean everyone. From models to musicians, pop stars to politicians, here are our favorite penny pinching Frugalebrities of 2012. Kristen Bell – Read more ...

Let’s Talk Turkey

Almost no Thanksgiving meal is complete without the turkey. In fact, according to the National Turkey Federation, 95 percent of Americans eat turkey at Thanksgiving—that’s a lot of birds getting gobbled up in one day. But before you head to the meat counter, you should know that turkey is not “one size fits all.” When it comes to selecting the right turkey for your family’s feast, you Read more ...

Say Cheese: It’s National Pizza Month

There’s no doubt about it—pizza is an American favorite. It is estimated that 350 slices of pizza are eaten each second, and the average person eats 46 slices every year. A food that popular deserves a celebration. Welcome to National Pizza Month. We've all mastered the art of ordering pizza, but the homemade version is a lot easier than you may think. If you've “been there, done that” Read more ...

How to Keep Your Coupon Savings

(And not give it back to the store) We’ve all been there: You run into the store for milk and eggs, but 20 minutes (and $100) later, you walk out with three bags of groceries, including cookies, cereal and chips. All the money you were going to save with your coupons just got spent on “extras” that weren’t on your list. This is about more than impulse purchasing. It’s grocery store psychology Read more ...

In Honor of National Coupon Month: Fun Facts about Coupons

More than 55.7 million Americans are now using online coupons, representing 25 percent of the U.S. population. There are millions more who clip coupons from their Sunday paper, grab them from store shelves or use them from their mobile phones. So, in honor of National Coupon Month and the ever-growing popularity of coupons, we decided a little history lesson was in order. Where did coupons come Read more ...