While working for a fast-paced accounting firm in New York City, Chelsey White began looking for a creative outlet. Curious about baking, she began testing recipes in her tiny kitchen—and discovered a hidden talent. She now spends her spare time making cakes and posting videos on her blog, Chelsweets. It’s …keep reading
Although it’s a foreign concept in warmer climates, a good chunk of the country needs to concern itself with inflated utility bills during the winter months. The good news? There are some simple steps you can take to make your home’s gas or electric heat usage more efficient. Such as: …keep reading
No matter what you’re shopping for, you always want a deal. The good news: Your most powerful money-saving tool is probably within arm’s reach. That’s because mobile app and web discounts can be bigger than those found in stores. Here’s how to take advantage of the hidden savings available right …keep reading
Amidst the hustle and bustle leading up to the holidays, it’s easy to get caught up in the shopping frenzy. The feeling is all too familiar—where the main concerns become making it to the right shops in time, getting our hands on the right gifts, and making it out before …keep reading
No question: Buying things that have been used can mean major savings.
But those upfront savings aren’t always worth it. Some used items can come with risks that may not be obvious—microscopic bugs, for example, or hidden damage that renders the item unsafe. In these instances, buying new …keep reading