It seems that so many lunch and small non-sit-down places are asking for tips than ever before. Is it customary and expected to tip at these places?
Every time we pass by a Smart Car on the road and I act the least bit interested, I get at least one "you're dumb" look and the inevitable drawn-out "Why??" Here is why.
Now that my son is nearly 14 months, I take a look back at everything we've learned in the first year and share my Top 10 frugality tips for raising a baby.
Companies are becoming increasingly more clever about their product placement strategies. Where else have you seen some examples?
ThredUp is an online clothing swap service that leverages the power of the Internet to bring parents together, eBay style, and provide a forum for exchanging unused clothing. Brilliant!
The last two years aside, as a society, we’ve done a fairly sucky job at controlling our urges to buy the latest and greatest gadgets and label them as “needs.” How do we fix this problem?
I’m sharing the receipt from my most recent trip to the grocery store, which is perfect for a demonstration of a short analysis I go through after almost every trip to get food.
When shopping for health insurance, we have the option of traditional "co-pay" plans vs. high-deductible health plans. This is a brief introduction to HDHPs and why they may be the best move you make this year.
What's the cost of a regular alcohol habit during the course of a year's time? Find out here.
I haven’t been able to find it, but I’m almost certain that someone out there has invented a scientific theory for why we use more of something when it’s abundant, and less of it when it’s scarce. Here are two suggestions for dealing with it when it comes to your money.