One of my favorite quotes is from Tony Robbins who said, "A real decision is measured by the fact that you've taken a new action. If there's no action, you haven't truly decided."
Imagine waking up before dawn or camping out in a parking lot to spend hours waiting in line for the doors of your favorite store to open. It sounds crazy but bargain hunters all over the country do it every year on Black Friday. Are you one of them?
If you're planning to brave the crowds, we want to make sure that you're properly prepared for the madness. So here to help you out are some great tips for smart shopping on Black Friday and Cyber Monday.
Somehow, my children have been given the impression that all circumstances in life must be fair.
If you know me, then you know that I love my slow cooker. I make everything from brisket to steel-cut oats in it, however, I never thought that I would be able to pull life lessons from the slow cooker.
With couponing finding a whole new audience lately, I thought I would cover a few beginner's pitfalls. As a new couponer, there is so much new information at your finger tips and oh so many deals, but there are a few things to watch out for. Here's what NOT to do:
Many of us grew up in a household where Dad was the breadwinner and Mom was a homemaker. Such was our social culture at the time. Men controlled all the money and gave a household allowance to their wives. But that meant that women had the real power when it came to purchasing decisions.
It's no secret that working women can pay a tremendous price for motherhood, from lost wages while on maternity leave to being passed over for promotions.
“We’re a country with some serious mother issues.” - Joanne Bamberger, author and blogger.
The modern mom's dilemma: would you ever work on the day of your child's birthday party?
How to land the job you want after years out of the workforce.