Articles tagged in tips & tools

10.20.10

Four Techniques for Cutting Your Grocery Bill

Carrie Kirby

Here are the techniques to keep your grocery expenses low. If you are interested in cutting your food bills, try out one or more of these tips and see if they work for you.

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10.12.10

Time: Your Most Valuable Resource

Silicon Valley Blogger

While most people have thought that money is the measure of wealth, recent experiences have shown that on the contrary, it is “time” that is our true resource.

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04.09.10

10 Surprising Things You Can Try Before You Buy

Jennifer Jolly

This is a guest post by Jennifer Jolly from the Good Idea Gal, who’s all about finding, testing and sharing just plain good advice. From simple ways to save money, get happy and stay healthy, Jennifer will help you discover one thing you can do right now to make your life better. Last week, Sprint announced a major industry first

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04.06.10

12 Painful Lessons Learned From Bubbles of the Past

Stan Reybern

Classical economists have long described human beings as “rational actors.” By this, economists mean that most people try to achieve their best interest by intelligently weighing the pros and cons of their choices, seeking evidence, and behaving in a collected manner. No greater evidence exists to the contrary, however, than market bubbles.

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03.10.10

The Guerrilla Guide to Cheap (and Sometimes Free) Eats

Samantha Eckles

There is no shortage of cost saving tips these days. They mostly focus on simple ways that consumers can reduce costs by cutting out the purchase of things that are not absolutely necessary. But for those who still like to eat out, those who have busy lives’ that dictate their eating on-the-go, or for those who are currently really feeling

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02.08.10

Money Saving Tips: Gas Tips

anastasia

Save money, and impress your valentine with this simple tip. So, you want to impress your valentine with your new car but didn’t factor in the cost of gas when you signed by the ‘x’. You have been running on empty for the past week, and its likely that your next paycheck will go straight into your gas tank. Not

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01.09.10

Take a Fiscal Health Day: Money-Saving Tasks You’ve Been Meaning to Do

Carrie Davis

Similar to lifting couch cushions in search of loose change, a fiscal clean-up day can mean extra money with minimal effort. Here are seven key tasks that can net you just as much cash as that ever-elusive promotion at work or that windfall that never seems to fall on your doorstep. Dedicate a day to your fiscal health, and enjoy

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