If you happened to visit the stores, you will certainly notice that they do not at all carry women’s sizes XL or XXL, only catering to those women who are a size L or smaller. It is easy to draw the conclusion that Abercrombie &…Read full post
(PCM) Singer, Songwriter, dancer, and fashion maven Sabi stars in a short fashion series centered around her unique style. She shows off three different looks for five different themes in a series of two part episodes. Each two part episode has her shopping and sharing her style points then results in the second part, a look book set to one of her songs. It is a unique look into the style and personality of Sabi.
Sabi shows you how she puts together affordable vintage fashion looks with some DIY tips, and…Read full post
This is not a political column and it will never turn into one. In the upcoming presidential election, I have my idea of who should be president for the next four years and I am sure you do as well. The reason I am bringing the subject up is not to get you to vote for a certain candidate as that is none of my business. I do however encourage you to vote.
Will or does voting effect what…Read full post
Does anyone remember when sugar was a happy thing? We sang about it and called people we loved “sugar” as a nick name. Back in the sixties doctors used sugar cubes to help kids take medicine. This practice is where the inspiration for a certain Disney song came from.
Now sugar is an enemy, a sinister substance that is out to kill us all if…Read full post
We live in an easy age. The work that many of us do is done sitting down and the chores at home aren’t like they used to be. Power has made life very simple and far less healthy. We are about to enter the Holiday Season. There is a lot to stay away from with regards to food or to at least limit portions but there is also a good way to get some exercise over this busy…Read full post
Trying to watch your spending? Carry bigger bills!
It may seem counterproductive — why would anyone want to carry more cash if they’re trying not to spend money? — But it’s actually a proven money-saving tip. A study from the University of Maryland business school shows that people are more likely to think twice about buying something if they have to break a big bill …even $20s!
Don’t like to carry big bills around with you? Even smaller…Read full post
By Kathy Bertone
Find a parent who breezes through an airport with one suitcase and a carry-on, and I’ll show you a parent who left their child at home. Good planning will mean less stress and headache for you the entire visit, but there’s a fine line between dragging the entire contents of your home and leaving everything to chance. You want to be prepared, but not overburdened. So, what to bring?
Start with the basics. Consider this list…Read full post
Protein is an important part of a healthy diet, and meat is one of the best sources of the muscle-building nutrient! But as you are probably fully aware, meat can be expensive, especially when you’re feeding a family. Luckily, you don’t have to eat meat to get your protein in; in fact, Americans seem to be catching on: According to the USDA, Americans are eating less meat on average (from 184 pounds per person in 2004 to 166 pounds…Read full post
When it comes to finances, young people in this country just don’t get it! When asked about basic financial concepts, high school seniors correctly answered only 48 percent of the questions, down from 52 percent in 2006, according to the Jump$tart Coalition’s recent survey on financial literacy. And college students didn’t fare much better, with seniors scoring just 65 percent on their survey.
Financial illiteracy starts in the home, says consumer financial services company, Bankrate. Most parents don’t…Read full post
The average family spends at least $500 a month on groceries, with some spending more than twice that. You need food to survive and to make sure the little ones are getting enough nutrition to grow strong and healthy, but that’s a lot of money for groceries!
Before you head out on your next food run, here are a few tips to help slash your grocery bill.
1. Make a list before you go. If you’re prepared before you go,…Read full post