This summer's drought is about to affect your grocery bill. Dry weather means no rain. No rain means no water for plants. No water for plants means limited crops. Limited crops then translate to record prices on corn and soybeans, which then means – you guessed it – higher prices at the supermarket. I can hear your collective groans and I concur.
Instead of trying to pick a major blindly, consider what you like and what skills you already have to hone in during you college career. Go on a fishing expedition for more information and see what you catch.
Putting together a wedding registry is helpful for both you and your guests. Here are a few things to keep in mind when creating your registry.
How much does it actually cost the average person to visit the Olympics? I decided to do a little bit of investigating to find out exactly how much a trip to the Olympics would cost me.
Even as summer begins to wind down, despite what you may think it’s not too late to try your hand at gardening this year. Not only can you save a little money, but you’re also growing healthy produce for you and your family.
Model homes are designed to appeal to the part of you that appreciates the finer things in life, but there are some model home problems you should consider before you buy so you have no regrets.
When I looked into alternative uses for vinegar, I found more than a 100 and not all of them were just for cleaning and cooking! At about $5 for a one-gallon jug, you can’t beat that price for an all-purpose weeding, cleaning and cooking agent that even helps with sunburn.
Shopping for a college dorm room can be fun if you love to shop…like me. But it can also be a huge hassle because there is so much to get. Here’s a quick college checklist of the things you need, want and probably could live without.
Museum admissions generally aren’t cheap. If you’re taking a whole family, you should plan ahead to try to knock some dollars off the price. Here are some ways to save money on museum admissions, no matter where you live.
Watching the Olympics this week has probably made most of us feel severely inadequate. Well, instead of throwing yourself a pity party because you might not stand a chance against an Olympian, you can still take the gold in your backyard. Get outside and have some fun. With these do-it-yourself backyard games, you can have a little family competition of your own.