April | 2013
When it comes to selling your home, first impressions could make or break the sale.
When Kelly Brexler’s 1-year-old son, Jack, was diagnosed with celiac disease in 2007, the stay-at-home mom went to great, and often expensive, lengths to ensure his food was safe.
The glossy displays at each checkout station, stores dressed in captivating colors, gleaming “Sale!” signs and packaging⎯they’re all designed to get you in the mood to spend, and what’s more, they often work.
In light of a slow-growing U.S. job market, some people are turning to master’s and PhD programs in hopes of finding a better job or a higher salary. But will these additional degrees pay off?
This year, when you're spring cleaning your closets and drawers, don't forget your file cabinet.
For millions of pet owners, having a lovable, two- or four-legged (or finned) member of the family is worth any price, but when it comes down to it, what type of investment is necessary?
Whether you’re moving in with an adult child or you’re an adult child with a parent moving in, you want to have input when it comes to the living situation. Here are some ideas for creating the perfect in-law suite that adds value to your home.
In these days of online deals, many people are still spending when they could be saving. Here’s a list of things you might never have thought you could get for free.