Don’t follow common advice and save increasing amounts per week in a jar on your counter. Find out what to do instead.
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Give your family far more than presents this year. Give them your presence as you focus on giving these two very specific things.
Filling your family’s stockings is often the last thing on your Christmas to-do list, but it doesn’t have to be stressful. Here’s a list of 25 low-priced, last-minute stocking stuffers to help you out.
Whether you’re throwing or attending a holiday party this year (or both), there’s no need to break the bank. Save on hostess gifts, music and decor with these simple tips.
It’s not always easy to give, whether the difficulty is due to financial reasons, hurt feelings, or something else. Read on to help you resolve the dissonance by changing one of two things.
Serving ham for your Christmas dinner is a tradition that spans the globe. Discover 3 ways to save on your holiday ham and peruse the comparison chart I’ve pulled together for stores in the Twin Citis metro area.
In a culture where frantic busyness is commonplace, how do we live peaceful lives? How does that peacefulness impact our finances? Read on to find out.
Don’t let your ornament buying tradition (or any other tradition) give you license to spend beyond your means this holiday season. Read on to help you gain some perspective.
If you’re planning to do some holiday baking, be sure to check this list of six money-saving tips to help as you plan, as you shop, and as you bake. (PS – I take cookie deliveries, too.) :)