Category Archives: Lifestyle

US Currency- What it’s made of and what it’s worth?

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Money: We see it everyday, we touch it, we pass it from person to person, and sometimes we even dream about it. (Does anybody else have that recurring swimming in… READ MORE »

Build your own Website Websites

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If you are reading this, you are connected to the Internet. If you are connected to the Internet, you are probably using it to browse various websites (like this one.)… READ MORE »

Grooveshark? Spotify? …How to find the best music for less.

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It’s officially music festival season — we’ve got Austin City Limits, Burning Man and Nocturnal, to name a few — so many of us are wanting to know one thing: where can we track… READ MORE »

Preparing for Disaster: Better Safe than Sorry

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In the days leading up to Hurricane Irene, viewers and the media alike were shaking in their goulashes, wondering what damage this Category 5 hurricane would bring to the East… READ MORE »

School Lunches: Cheap, Healthy, and Unique

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School lunches are talked about more and more these days, from around the water cooler at work to the headlines on the national news. “School lunches causing obesity!” “School lunches… READ MORE »

Labor Day Sales

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Labor Day weekend is quickly approaching, and for many of us that means one thing: SHOPPING! All over the country, stores are slashing prices and giving customers all kinds of… READ MORE »

Job Availability: Who’s Hiring and Where

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Every time you turn on the news these days, it seems like they are covering one of two things: unemployment or Kate Middleton’s wedding dress—Still! Aside from the majestic gown,… READ MORE »

Healthy waist, healthy wallet: 6 good-for-you snacks under $3

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Whether or not you’re looking to shed some pounds, here are six healthy—and inexpensive—ways to snack. You don’t have to give in to those vending machines full of salty snacks, candy bars, and high fructose corn syrup just because you think you’re going to save a buck or two. The long-term costs of putting processed, chemical-ridden foods into your body simply aren’t worth it. Plan ahead and invest that same amount of money into the most important thing you’ll ever own: your body.

Back to School Shopping: 10 Ways to Save

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Back to school shopping is like a trip to the dentist for many of us—a daylong trip to the dentist. But getting ready to send your kiddos back to school… READ MORE »

What’s your money style?

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In every relationship there comes a time when the big M word comes up. No, not marriage; we’re talking money. Sometimes money is a non-issue—two people just work well together… READ MORE »