If you want to expand your website’s reach, consider going global. Of course, not everybody speaks English, so consider having a professional translate your website.
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When you have young kids, travel can be both inconvenient and expensive. Not only do you have to lug car seats and diaper bags all over the place, but you also have to learn to live with higher travel expenses overall. Obviously, this should be expected. After all, little bodies take up space on airplanes […]
For the last year, I’ve been cramming all of my glasses onto two tiny shelves that are barely big enough to hold them all. It’s been really annoying at times, but never annoying enough for me to do anything about it – like, you know, put some cups somewhere else.
Last week, I wrote an article that claimed nearly everyone needs a credit card. And to be honest, it wasn’t all that controversial. I merely explained how difficult it can be to rent a car or get hotel reservations without some form of credit, and how certain perks, such as travel insurance, fraud protection, and rental car insurance can be […]
It’s about 20 degrees outside right now. I’ve got yoga pants and my favorite Bud Light t-shirt on, and my dog is trying to lay on my arm while I type again. I’m answering emails and wrapping up some end-of-the-day work, all while drinking hot tea and listening to Nirvana Unplugged. I didn’t scrape my windshield today. I didn’t iron my work […]
I simply cannot believe that 2015 is upon us. Meanwhile, I feel a little bad for not posting the last few days. Sorries! I promise to get back to a regular posting schedule on Monday, January 5th. And yes, the picture to the left is what happens when you mix adult pajama parties, copious amounts […]
For some reason, we have gotten into the habit of doing all of our charitable giving at the end of the year. One way we typically give back is to sponsor a family or two for Christmas, but I failed miserably at setting that up this year. So instead, we decided to replace that aspect of our […]
I’m on vacation! In my absence, please enjoy this guest post from FrugalWoods.com Do you waste food? Probably. We all do to some extent. But do you waste $1,500 of food per year? According to The Atlantic “…every year, about 40 percent of all food in the U.S. goes uneaten; a typical four-person household discards roughly $1,500 worth” […]
If you are like most individuals, you are naturally concerned about your family’s financial health. For example, what would happen if you died suddenly? Would your family be financially prepared for such an event? Although this is an unsettling thought, it nonetheless needs to be addressed.