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How to Save Money on Diapers

Having a baby does not only cost your Netflix-binge time, but also a large portion of your paycheck. New parents on average change about 2,500 diapers in their first year. A diaper costs around $0.39 – by the end of the year, the cost of a newborn’s diapers accumulates to approximately $975. Let’s not forget the disposable wipes that cost $240 and diaper bag priced $60. That yields a total cost of $1,275.

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Sun Jung August 20, 2014

6 Websites Every College Student Should Use Religiously

Those pangs you feel when you enter the college campus for the first time as a bright-eyed young freshman isn’t culture shock; though, that certainly plays a part. For me, it was growing pains. It was facing a new environment of challenges and obstacles and responsibilities I wasn’t entirely prepared for, but it was the pain of passing through which taught me many valuable lessons I hold close today.

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Noah Henry August 19, 2014

The Best Freebies of the Week: GameStop, Macy's, and Keds

Do you love freebies? Of course you do. Otherwise, you wouldn’t be reading this. This week’s edition of The Best Freebies of the Week features quite a few whoppers, including a free Dell Venue Android Tablet. You can add to your beauty supply and even take a class on ethical hacking! Check our archives to see if past offers are still valid.

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Noah Henry August 16, 2014

Every One of These Discounts is 50 Percent or More

On the discount meter, 50 percent marks the segregation of OK and YAY deals. Below 50 percent, you get an OK taste for what you pay for—it’s acceptable, but there’s still that faint little voice whispering dissatisfaction. When you save more than 50 percent, there is always a sense of triumph. Below is a list of ongoing specials that are 50 to 90 percent off.

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Sun Jung August 15, 2014

8 Best Promos for Back-to-School Tech

Don’t kill the messenger: The new semester for college and high school students is peaking over the horizon. For parents, that means scrambling to make sure back-to-school shopping gets finished, and for students that means getting all your ducks in order before arriving on campus again.

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Noah Henry August 14, 2014

Cheap and Fun: Planning Labor Day Weekend 2014

Labor Day is one of the best holidays – it is not as faux as Cinco de Mayo, you don’t see mini Freddys running around with Skittles, and there are no sweaty Santas ho-hoing at some crying kid. It is just about relaxing. Since society does not demand us to fulfill any theme, Labor Day is reserved for personal getaways or full-on relaxations that we decide.

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Sun Jung August 13, 2014