A few simple changes to your driving and gas-purchasing habits can improve your mileage per gallon and reduce the amount you have to spend on gas each week.
Scent is one of the most powerful of the five senses, warning us of danger, triggering cherished memories and even helping us to find our true love, if researchers are correct. That's something the perfume industry has wasted no time in capitalizing on, and you can't walk into a department store these days without being inundated by a barrage of competing scents. Whether you wear a signature fragrance or prefer to go au naturel, we've got 23 intriguing perfume industry statistics that will ...
If you're looking forward to shaking off a bad habit or improving your life, here are 23 New Year's resolution statistics to help you get 2015 started off on the right foot.
When you're stressing about how you're going to pay the rent or mortgage, it's hard to think rationally. Instead, you may feel a pull to run down to the convenience store and try your luck at the lottery counter. Or you may start racking up your credit cards, under the cloud of denial that you really can’t afford what you’re buying now and you won’t be able to afford it when you get the bill.
It's never too soon to teach kids about money, and one of the best ways to do that is by having them help out around the house. Here are 23 ways that kids can start earning their own cash at home.
Fed up with the appearance of your carpet, or perhaps you’ve cleaned it one too many times and it’s starting to look worn? Regardless of your reason for wanting a new rug, one thing’s for certain: the replacement cost can be quite steep, particularly if you’re covering large areas or prefer a fancier product.
Frozen yogurt shops have cropped up everywhere, with fans crowding in wanting to fill their cups with some yummy goodness and candy toppings. But did you know the tasty treat has been around since the 1970s? We have 23 interesting facts about the frozen yogurt phenomenon, so read on.
Investing has a huge potential upside: You could make big money if you know what you’re doing. But the downside is that knowing what you’re doing takes time. It can mean a lot of reading to keep up with what’s going on in the stock market and with the economy in general. There’s a whole other way to get that research done — and you can do it while you’re busy doing other things.
While those first-class chairs look comfortable (they sure do) and that champagne looks tasty (it sure does), a first-class ticket is out of reach for most of us thrifty travelers. You can get a sweet seat on an airplane, or at least build a decent travel budget, if you can make sense of travel rewards.
It’s easy to make a decision when you don’t put much thought into it. But you may not be pleased with the results, especially when money is involved. Quick thinking can lead to unmanageable debt and missed investment opportunities.
Many products and services targeting parents can be a huge money vacuum compared to the benefits they provide. Here we unravel the top 23 ways families are blowing their money, either because they’re opting for convenience over cost savings or they’re just too busy to get what they need out of the item.