When you’re planning a vacation, how do you try to save money? For most people, the answer is shopping around for the best rates on hotels, airfare and car rentals. But did you know that there are lots of ways to save on smaller travel expenses—which can add up to big savings? It’s true! By being a savvy online shopper, and taking a little extra time to plan your trip, you can save lots of money in unexpected ways. This article will show you how.
Don’t get caught with a wardrobe that’s “so 2009.” Try a few of the trends highlighted here for a cutting-edge wardrobe.
For 2010, the good news is that our country’s economy has been in a gradual recovery. While our economy rebounds, fashion pros expect to see a return to classic, upbeat traditional looks. Overall, most fashion experts see strong silhouettes, sophisticated glamour, and subdued colors for the coming year. Here, we’ll look at some of this coming season’s hottest looks.
The bad news is that food is one of the biggest expenses in most families’ budgets (along with housing and cars). The good news is that food costs are the easiest category to slash. Most Americans, even those on a budget, spend way too much on their groceries.