Money Saving Mondays
Around this time of year, its customary to give some form of tip or other contribution to people in your lives that help you out. Whether it be your hair stylist, babysitter, or door man, its proper etiquette to give at least something to them, but you don’t have to empty out your wallets or pocketbooks to pay them.
Tis the season of Holiday Parties and Secret Santas, and while you may have a hefty sum set aside for gifts for family and close friends, you may not want to spend that much for an associate at the office.
Its seems that buzz around Black Friday sales has eclipsed the Thanksgiving Holiday, as thousands of eager consumers get ready to play the waiting game outside of their favorite store.
As we gear up for Christmas, Black Friday, Cyber Monday, and now Gray Thursday are optimal shopping events for the frugal shopper. However, there are lots of great savings going on all November long that you can take advantage of.
We’ve all done it… spent money on something we just absolutely had to have, then ended up completely wasting our investment by hardly ever/never using it. Its called “Impulse buying” and its what makes you buy that candy bar as you’re waiting in line at the grocery store.
Halloween is the perfect time of the year for adults to cut loose and pretend to be someone else. While the kiddies opt for the traditional door to door candy pick up, many adults will be heading to costume parties.
With Fright Night quickly approaching, our excitement rises over the prospect of Halloween celebrations. Halloween parties, costumes, and of course trick-or-treating candy.
When I think of creating a haunted house I always think of that episode of the ‘Cosby Show’ where the family turned their basement into a frightening dungeon of despair that sent their poor neighbor Peter running for the hills. If you’re looking to do the same this Halloween there are ways to be spooktacular without breaking the bank.
Halloween is just around the corner and if you’re a parent with multiple kiddies in your household spending $30 of more per costume looks more like a trick than a treat.
Yes, I know. We’ve barely turned the page from summer and Halloween is just around the corner, so you may not be thinking about Christmas.