I am not a fan of winter driving. I don’t know many people who are. I find this somewhat ironic since I grew up in northern Wisconsin, where winters are known to be rough and the snow plentiful, at least when I lived there. Even more ironic, my father spent decades working for the county to ensure roads were well maintained, especially in the winter.
‘Tis the season for holiday parties! Whether you’re hosting family for a traditional Christmas or getting friends together for a light holiday gathering, you need to make your house look its best. Here are a couple of ways you can make your entertaining space look and feel new without breaking the piggy bank!
Planning ahead means you'll spend less, be out of line faster and decrease your risk of missing out on a great deal. Spend some time browsing your favorite stores online for deals and know where you need to be and when in order to get exactly what you want.
Q: Winter’s here! Every time the furnace kicks on, I feel like it’s burning money! How can I keep my house cozy and my heating costs low?
Financial setbacks come in all shapes and sizes. It can be an expensive household repair, a medical emergency, getting laid off or the birth of a baby. Whatever the situation, it’s impossible to plan for every financial hit you will take in your lifetime. But don’t fret. If you’re hit with hard times, here’s some tips to keep in mind.