Monthly Archives: November 2011

Ten Benefits of Memberships and Season Passes

Do you have a museum, zoo, or theme park nearby that you find yourself visiting more than once per year? If you do, you might want to look into the costs and benefits of buying a season pass or becoming … Continue reading

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15 Ways to Repurpose Wire Coat Hangers: Strange Ways to Save Money

Unless you get your clothes dry cleaned, wire coat hangers are getting harder to find. Everyone seems to appreciate the plastic and wood models more these days and those are the hangers you’ll find in stores. I’ll bet, though, that … Continue reading

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Seven Differences in Thinking Between The Rich and Middle Class

By Steve Siebold A new report from a research arm of congress says the rich are getting richer. The average household income for the nation’s top 1% nearly tripled from 1979 to 2007, while middle class incomes grew by less … Continue reading

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12 Ways to Save Your Library

A few weeks ago I wrote a piece about how to find cheap books if you need to feed your reading habit but your library is dying or dead. In the comment trail for that piece, several readers expressed disappointment … Continue reading

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