With the holiday season coming up, and purse strings tighter than usual, I've been thinking of frugal ways to check people off my list. Here's a few ideas to show the people you love you're thinking of them... without spending more than $5.
Don't let all those tiny lights and tinsel cloud your vision this holiday season. Think sensibly about what a financial union means, and how your marriage could impact your earnings and your nest egg.
The holidays bring a false hope to a relationship that both partners already know, and completely acknowledge, is over.
Why are looming holidays a time of such stress? This is an issue that's hard to assess. It could be the flu that's making us stew, but are there some other good grounds for distress?
No longer the garishly twee itchmongers bearing freakishly-faced woodland creatures that you dreaded finding under the tree, this season the Christmas Jumper is a prized statement fashion piece.
We've noticed that certain holiday foods (turkey, eggnog, etc.) seem to be particularly polarizing -- you either love 'em or you hate 'em.
The holidays offer wonderful opportunities to create learning experiences for children that center around cooking. Memories created in the kitchen can last a lifetime.
How do we receive online and offline purchases, rent automobiles and travel without infesting our homes or travel destinations this holiday season? Staying educated is the key to staying bedbug free.
Republican contenders for their party's presidential nomination, as well as President Obama, have disclosed the Christmas gifts they hope to receive from Americans.
The Christmas Wedding is not a complex read in any sense, but it is a sweet, enjoyable story that is perfect for holiday reading.
Sequencing the human genome is a cakewalk compared to shopping for a tween girl. If you have one on your shopping list, this guide is for you.
Holidays can either sync you or sink you. If creative thinking produces ideas that move in diverging directions, there's never a better time than right now to brace yourself and bring it on.
Like many folks, I am embarking on this holiday season as a divorcee, post-messy breakup. And like others, I've heard everyone's advice over, and over, and over again.
If you sometimes fall prey to holiday overspending, you might want to look for ways to make small spending cuts in other areas of your life -- year round -- that, when added together, can result in big savings.
The problem with most holiday presents is that they're just so... lifeless. Not these.
I always look forward to the holiday book reviews, because, although I buy my fair share of toys, I'm a book-lover at heart. Every year I hope that they will provide me with perfect additions to kids' bookshelves. Every year, I'm disappointed.