As if getting a day for free wasn't already the best deal ever... there's more!
On February 29th, there's a whole bunch of special promotions, discounts and sales available for savvy shoppers. From hotel accommodations to a whole day at Disneyland, this Leap Day is full of deals so good, you'll leap for joy!
Here are five awesome specials we found for you:
"Why Working Mothers Make Us Angry"
Many people who start a business later in life - after raising kids - say that motherhood helped prepare them for entrepreneurship. This got me thinking because for me, it was actually the reverse: Entrepreneurship helped prepare me for motherhood.
We all know that getting ready for a baby means plugging up those outlets, placing a gate at the edge of the stairs, and picking out the safest car seat for the money.
But so many expectant moms forget to make one of the most important new parent purchases there is: life insurance, the best way to baby proof your bank account.
My daughter informed me the other day that she wants to be an interior designer when she grows up. This was news to me, because up until now she’s always wanted to be a singer, and possibly an actress or a fashion designer, but that last one is just because she likes to watch Project Runway.
Hun, what’s this charge on the debit card for $35.66?
Oh, um, not sure, where from?
ABC United something or other.
Oh, I made a donation to a charity
Okay, what about this charge for $2.99... Fruit - what the heck is Fruit Ninja?
Oh, um, I bought an iPhone game for the boys?
Yea, they like to play it. A lot.
Let's start out 2012 being better people, better savers and smarter shoppers!
My own journey so far has taught me a lot and I love to be able to share what I learn with others. So here are some ways I have learned to save. I hope they'll be helpful for you as well!
In the movie, (now available on DVD), "I Don't Know How She Does It," main character Kate Reddy (played by Sarah Jessica Parker) lays in bed at night unable to sleep.
Most of us have a short (or long) list of innocent comments that make us see red. The one that infuriates me most: when people criticize working moms for wanting to “have it all.” As if we are gluttonous, whiny, selfish amoebas intent upon devouring the universe.
Seven years ago I left my full-time corporate marketing career. I didn’t know it was the end at the time. I was too addle-brained to take in any long-term trends, the result of running a weekly magazine, editing Mommy Wars, and frantically caring for my kids, ag