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Here comes the bride… and there goes your cash. But it does not have to be that way! We all know that weddings, and everything that goes along with them, has the potential to be quite costly. All too often, the joy of celebrating a bride-to-be gets lost in the stress and fuss that go along with planning a wedding. The truth is, you can host an elegant bridal – or wedding – shower without breaking the bank.
Below are several tips to help you be a generous host without spending a generous amount of money.
Easter is known for the deluge of candy that it brings each and every year. According to the National Retail Federation, 83.1% of Americans celebrated Easter last year. A whopping 90.5% of adults aged 18 and older purchased candy, while only 62.5% purchased gifts. If your family is included in these statistics, then keep reading for some great ways to save (both money and calories) when planning out your sweet surprises.
If you are currently planning a wedding you are probably thinking about your future wedding favors. They are the little pieces of your wedding that everyone takes home to remember what a great time they had.
Think a buck doesn't buy anything of value these days? Then you probably haven't been to your local Dollar Store lately. The Dollar Store is a fun place to shop because there are so many inexpensive things under one roof. Everything is just $1 and there are many great deals to be found. Here are some things that can be found cheaply there and should be picked up on your next visit.
February 14: It’s the one day of year when the calendar tells you it’s time to splurge on your honey. While Valentine’s Day means different things to different people, for millions it means a dozen roses, a heart-shaped box of chocolates, a fancy dinner, a thoughtful card and maybe even something sexy to wear. But, just because you are spoiling the one you love, that doesn’t mean you can’t still be your thrifty self. You don’t have to break the bank to show your love this Valentine’s Day. You can still give the big five gifts – and you can do so at a fraction of the cost.
It usually goes something like this: you buy something awesome online and finally the day comes when you open your mailbox and the package is there or your doorbell rings and a friendly delivery person hands you your package. But, with IBM Digital Analytics reporting that online sales are up 17.5% over last year, how are delivery providers managing to deliver all those packages? Turns out they have their thinking caps on and have some smart, innovative ideas.
Still waiting on figuring out what you're getting your mom for Mother's Day? Luckily there are still some last minute options. Here are five suggestions for how to treat your mom on this special day; just be sure to double ...
Mother's day is just a couple of weeks away! Most people don't mind honoring their moms with a special gift every year, but after awhile it gets tough to pick a clever new gift. Here are five ideas that are ...
According to a new study plenty of us now shop online more than we date, read or say those three little words-- I love you. A recent study shows that 27-32 year olds are the least romantic age group. Nearly two in five people in this group shop more online than they say "I love you". Thirty-seven percent subscribe to the idea of "date less, shop more." But how about combining romance with shopping? The two don't have to be mutually exclusive with these romantic online gifts.
Psst, in case you've forgotten, Valentine's Day is coming up. Don't forget to spread the love on February 14! If you're in need of some ideas for gifts, here are a few for men, women, kids, and more — plus ...