back to school shopping
Keep your kids healthy and calm this weird school year.
For these families, fashion goes beyond the binary.
Now's the time for your pick of sizes, styles, and deals.
One in four say they spend more than they do during the holidays, according to a new poll.
The summer is winding down, back-to-school commercials are airing, and must-have items for the season are floating in cyberspace
Here's how you can get started on the right track with your back-to-school shopping this year so you can avoid turning to high-interest rate credit card debt. Before you head out for back-to-school shopping, take a look at what kinds of supplies you may already have at home.
Where did the summer go? My little girl is off to Junior Kindergarten, and I've been trying to savour every second. The back-to-school shopping ads are a clear indication that fall is around the corner and it also signals the beginning of one of the busiest shopping seasons of the year.
People shop at thrift stores for many reasons. I hail from Britain, where second-hand clothing was not a source of shame but a way of life. Here in Canada, our family has a limited budget for clothing, preferring to pay for canoe trips and soccer programs. But the best reason for thrift shopping has less to do with how we look -- and everything to do with the lives we touch.
And it can get pretty costly.