Airlines Probably Owe You $ For Disruptions – Know your Rights

How many of us have ever been delayed for a flight by an airline for multiple hours? And by multiple hours I mean over two or three? I have been flying for over 20 years and it has happened to me more than once. The helplessness that a passenger feels in such situations can be overpowering. Maybe we, as passengers, expect everything to go right when we enter an airport. But more often than not, they...

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How to get your home ready for summer

Now we are in the midst of summer and school summer holidays have started, you will spend less time carting your children off to school, and so will have more free time to fix up your home. You may have been putting it off due to other responsibilities, but now you have some extra little hands to help, you can get a lot more done. Take a look at these tips which will help you prepare your home during...

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Your Guide For Free and Discount Summer Food Offers

I love to cook. One of my specialties is cooking bacon-wrapped meatloaf. No, not the healthiest meal, but sometimes you have to indulge yourself, you know. I am also trying to perfect the art of chicken cordon bleu, to mixed results if you ask my family. Now that we are in the dead of summer, I have been firing the grill since late June, but it all feels like a chore now. Whether it’s right or wrong...

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Posted in: Food and Grocery, Money, Saving Money

Tumble Dryers Are Not Cheap. Are You Shortening Its Lifespan?

  Am I the only person on Earth who has developed a hate/hate relationship with their household appliances? If you don’t use appliances the right way, you can break them. It’s easy to use a blender, but then you must clean them properly, or you might as well leave a, “Welcome,” sign outside for ants and pests of all kinds.  Then there is the, “Energy Star,” consumer initiative for...

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