6 Rainy Weekend Boredom-Busters

There are some weekends where you just don’t want to go out. The weather is awful, you’re working with a tight budget, or you just feel compelled to stay home. That doesn’t mean you have to bored, though. Here are six smart things to do on a rainy weekend. Prepare for the Week If you’re always rushing through the week take some time to plan ahead. You can prepare a big batch of freezer meals,...

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Big Bargains, Big Profit

Are you a shopaholic? So do you over spend often? And then, do you regret it? If you said aye for all of the above questions, then you need to learn to shop smart. Gone are the days when one had to restrict their desires to cut down on shopping bills and welcome to the era of savvy online shopping, one that is equipped with offers, coupons and promo codes.   Although it takes a bit of acclimatisation...

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Apartment Life: How to Protect Yourself, Your Identity and Your Stuff

For many people, living alone in a new apartment can be the ultimate in freedom and independence. Whether it’s your very first apartment or simply a new home at a new stage in your life, the idea of one’s own space is comforting, exciting, and it’s a chance to live life on one’s own terms. While the vast majority of people will never experience a situation in their homes that makes them feel...

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Mortgage Messes: Should You Clean Up with a Foreclosure, Short Sale or Deed in Lieu?

Most people who are in pre-foreclosure believe that this is the only option they have. If you’re facing financial troubles, can’t pay your mortgage, and feel like there’s no way out, you might be surprised to learn that you have two options to foreclosure that could keep you out of serious trouble. A Deed In Lieu Of Foreclosure With a Deed In Lieu of Foreclosure, you willingly agree to give up...

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