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Keep A Breast In October

In case you weren’t tipped off by the sudden splash of pink in everyone’s wardrobe, October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month. This is a month dedicated to spreading awareness about breast cancer, as well as ways that is can be detected and treated.

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Chris Dato October 23, 2014

[Infographic] 12 Tips for Holiday Travel by PromotionalCodes.com

Travel during the holidays is the definition of misery for many people. Nothing is better at getting your tinsel in a tangle than crowds of tired travelers, understaffed check-in counters, and invasive security checkpoints. We have put together a list of the top 12 tips for holiday air travel to save you time, money, and peace of mind, as you embark on your holiday excursion.

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Chris Dato October 22, 2014

DIY Hidden Jewelry Organizer

How many times have you looked around your house and saw a pile of stuff that just didn’t seem to have a place? I’m the queen of organizing piles, but nothing gives me greater satisfaction than finding the right basket, drawer or organizer for my things.

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Jillian Chamberlain October 21, 2014

Get Fed for Your Feedback

Fast food is a staple of American life. While some of us find it harder to resist than others, we all succumb to the convenience of fast food every once in a while. Which is fine, everything in moderation. As a result of this ongoing losing battle, I couldn’t help but notice the damage I was doing to something I hold sacred: my budget.

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Chris Dato October 20, 2014

Dressing Up Your Daily Savings

Whether you are jumping on the tulle skirt bandwagon this fall or you are looking to make your own Halloween costume, you are going to want to prepare the fabric so that it is easy to work with. Tulle is not expensive and can be used for a variety of projects, making it ideal for budget conscious individuals.

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Shannon Hanrahan October 17, 2014

Get a New TV for Turkey Day

We are half way through October and it is almost that time of year again… Television buying season! According to consumerreports.org, the next 3 months are the primetime for purchasing a television. So how do you find a great deal on a television without losing your mind? Don’t stress, we are here to help.

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Chris Dato October 16, 2014

Worthwhile One-for-Ones

As consumers, we are more informed than we have ever been. With this newfound knowledge, we have become more aware of both the impact we have on the planet, as well as the business practices of companies we patronize.

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Chris Dato October 15, 2014

How Not to Be Poor In College- Part 2

Part of what will make your newly devised college budget more workable is finding ways to save money on the things you need. You know what you have to spend money on, but you might not be aware of all the ways around paying full price, or even paying at all. For me, saving money is all about establishing priorities and allocating your resources in the most efficient way possible. With that in mind, I’ll share some good and bad ideas for saving money in college.

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Sofia Passik October 14, 2014

Essentials for Every Man Cave

Fall is like swimsuit season for man caves, and you have to make sure yours is looking its best before you show it off. As the football season picks up momentum, it will soon be your turn to host the gang for Sunday Night Football.

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Chris Dato October 13, 2014

Pumpkin Spice and Everything Nice

Happy Friday Everyone! After a long week, I hope that you all have something fun or at the very least productive to do this weekend. I hope that you all have something fun or at the very least productive to do this weekend. With Halloween only a few weeks away, this is the perfect weekend to get a head start on your decorating, costume making, and party planning. Be sure to check out this week's Tip Jars to save time and money!

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Shannon Hanrahan October 10, 2014