Are all college students broke? Not the ones implementing the tips and tricks found in these lists. Someone once said, "It's not how much money you make but how much you keep." Boy is that ever true regardless of what stage of life you're in. No doubt that money is often tight in college but that doesn't mean that you can't have fun or even splurge once in a while. These lists prove that you can save money in a big way if you know what . . .
Okay, I''ll admit it. I. Can. Not. Braid. My. Own. Hair. I have tried and tried and all I get in return are a few knots and several cramped fingers. Now, that doesn't mean I've given up. Well, actually I had until I saw these fantastic looking styles. What I think you'll enjoy about these hair braiding tutorials is that they're quite detailed. Don't worry if it takes you a couple of tries. It's worth it. I mean really, just look at the . . .
Are you looking forward to bikini shopping this year? Well, you will - once you add these treadmill workouts for weight loss to your fitness regime. Truth be told, the amount of fat and calories you burn during a workout is dependent on so many variables. Here are just a few: Intensity - How hard are you working during any given point of the workout? Is it low or is it high intensity? Are you varying intensity or keeping it stable for the . . .
What did you do this past weekend? Did you SPEND money or did you MAKE money? Now, we know life isn't all about making money and some of the best things in life really are free. Some. The other experiences cost money and I've found a way to easily add several hundred dollars a month to my "fun money" account without taking on a second job. How Do You Turn Trash Into Extra Cash? Garage sales. No, no, no. We aren't talking about holding . . .
Easter crafts are just plain fun to do AND fun to display. I loved doing them with my son when he was younger. It wasn't that long ago and I still have some of his finest projects that I refuse to recycle. I came across some beautiful Easter craft projects for toddlers that were just way too cute to pass up. I really don't think it matters if your child is still a toddler. Work on these awesome projects with your toddler, elementary age child, . . .
We’ve finally come up with a way for our pre-teen (12 year old) to consistently earn money for his expenses while simultaneously taking some of the pressure off his parents to make every single event a lesson in personal finance. We’ve gone from automatically opening our wallets to pay for movies, skating, middle school sporting events and dances (yes, school dances) and sweet treats to making the phrase “It’s easier to spend someone else’s . . .