Image Image Image Image Image Image Image Image Image Image
Scroll to top


About Jacquelyn



Jacquelyn Benson is writer and magazine editor based in southern New Hampshire. See what she's up to at

Posts By Jacquelyn

Head of the Class: Exclusive Savings Just for Teachers

March 17, 2014 |

Helping the nation’s youth reach their full potential is no small task, which is why our teachers deserve a little love. America’s clothing retailers agree, with a host of ways they invite educators to save cash while looking sharp. Here are a few tips on finding the best deals for great classroom styles. Read More

Best Stores for Affordable Tall Womens’ Clothing

March 10, 2014 |

Face it: it’s not easy being big. While petites can always resort to the tailor for a quick hem, tall ladies get stuck looking as though they’re ready for a flood. Luckily, those of us 5’9” and over don’t have to resort to wearing capris in December. These vendors happily offer dresses with waistlines that sit at our actual waists, sleeves that don’t show off our shapely wrists, and pants that reach all the way to the floor. Read More

The Top 5 Sites for Scoring Clearance Deals

January 15, 2014 |

When it comes to replenishing your wardrobe, it doesn’t get any better than clearance shopping. You exponentially increase the bang you get for your buck, and all but eliminate that pesky buyer’s guilt. After all, what’s to feel bad about when you know you’re getting the best possible value for your money? The web abounds with online storefronts, and when it comes to mark downs, not all sites are created equal. Here are a few of our favorites for their stellar clearance pages. Check them out and relish the savings.

Read More

New Year, New Look: Ways to Save Cash on Makeup

January 3, 2014 |

Want to launch 2014 with a great new look? We can’t think of a better way to do that than by replenishing your makeup collection. Whether you’re a fan of exclusive, top-tier brands or a drugstore discount junkie, we’re here ... Read More

The Benefits of Being a Stay-At-Home Grocery Shopper

March 22, 2013 |

It’s one of our least favorite weekly rituals – the agonizing haul through the grocery store. Think time consuming, stressful, and exhausting. So why are we doing it, when it’s possible to have someone do the dirty work for us? ... Read More

Breathing New Life Into Old Glasses

March 15, 2013 |


Earth Day is just around the corner, and it’s got us thinking about some outside-the-box ways to reuse and recycle. Take those old eyeglasses, for example. If your prescription has changed so that they’re no longer useful as a ... Read More