There are certainly benefits to using cash. I think I don't spend as much, and I can't spend more than I have. But I have found that if you have a credit card you can pay off each month to avoid finance charges, there are some perks that you just don't get otherwise.
Headlines in all the major magazines and websites are stating that women are now the primary breadwinners of the household, earning more than their mates. Is this a good thing? My question is, have women really surpassed men on the career front?
Massachusetts mom Kathy Spencer is so good at clipping coupons that she can feed her family of six for about $4 a week.
Wherever we go, we seem to leave things. Not big things, like a child or a car, but enough little things that it can be annoying. And expensive.
A new poll mounted by Time magazine on the state of American women is as positive as it is perplexing.
Remember the prizes that came in cereal boxes? Well, they've gotten better.
I like to give out something good for Halloween. I don't want to be one of those houses where the kids leaving tell the kids approaching not to bother.
With record numbers of Americans losing their jobs and homes, this year has been scary enough! So to ease the terrified minds of all of my money-saving moms, I have come up with a few ways to keep a little more money in your pockets!