Here’s a statistic that may stress you out: Almost half of respondents to a recent CreditDonkey survey — 42 percent — said their stress level has increased compared to last year. Will things ever get better?
If coffee is the first thing you think about when you wake up in the morning, you're not alone. We may have different preferences - mild or bold, black or creamy, just a splash of soy milk - but all in all, America is a land of coffee drinkers.
We all have assumptions about men, women, and the complex relationships they hold dear. We see stereotypes about partnerships on TV and movies, their squabbles and quick reconciliations, and assume everyone is like that — until we look around our own house and see an entirely different picture.
Trying to save money during the busiest shopping month sounds like a fool's errand. You just need to know which items will have the best prices. Find out what to buy in December and what to avoid.
Black Friday is just around the corner, but smart consumers can find the best deals on some products before the biggest shopping day of the year hits. Read on to see what to buy in the beginning weeks of November — an overlooked time for shopping deals — and what purchases should wait.
Just how crazy conflicted are people’s attention span? Are people checking their Facebook page, watching television and talking on the phone at the same time?
76 percent of people said it’s OK to lie sometimes (even on Facebook profiles), but the subjects of those fibs tend to depend on your gender, according to a new CreditDonkey poll of over 1,200 Americans.
October is the calm before the Black Friday storm for bargain shoppers across the country. But there are still some deals to be found. We’ve compiled a list of the types of items that will get the greatest discounts in October along with a few purchases you'll want to hold off on until the holiday season or another prime sales season.
Parents report having a laser-like focus across a wide range of activities, unlike their childless peers, according to a poll by CreditDonkey.com.
Just over half of women surveyed said both genders should take turns paying for dates, but only 6.5 percent of the female respondents seem to practice that philosophy in a new poll by CreditDonkey.