Kitchen Tools That Are Worth the Dough

These days, it seems like there’s a kitchen gadget for just about everything. From fancy egg slicers to $200 waffle makers, it’s easy enough to spend a small fortune outfitting your kitchen with tools and convenient items. Now you may be thinking that kitchen appliances are a good investment, since, conceivably, they’ll encourage you to […]

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Staying Healthy When You’re Broke and Hungry

News flash: If you’re still buying unhealthy pizzas and burgers instead of salmon and veggies because you think it’s too expensive, you’re wrong. In fact, the Harvard School of Public Health estimates that it only costs $1.50 more per day to eat what’s considered to be the “healthiest” diet — one rich in fruits, vegetables […]

Why I Have an Oops Account

A few years ago, I was out one day running some errands while my husband stayed home to do our taxes. “What’s the damage?” I asked when I got home and saw that dreaded look of doom on his face. I won’t tell you how much money we somehow wound up owing that year, but […]

Millennials and Our Empty Savings Accounts

As millennials, we all know how hard it is to save money. Between student loans, ever-rising living costs and salaries that are most likely mediocre at best, our savings goals are apt to get shoved on the back burner as we attempt to navigate the challenges of adulthood in all their money-sucking glory. But there’s […]

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