If you haven’t decorated the house, sent out cards or wrapped presents yet – STOP, DON’T DO IT YET! Read this article first. I originally published this… Read more “Holiday Remix: Repurposing Candy Canes, Christmas Trees, Poinsettias, Cards and More”
QT in the Clouds: Doing More Online
by Jeffrey Bridgman With the proliferation of mobile, on-the-go devices, and the relatively easy access to the Internet, things have been shifting so you can do more… Read more “QT in the Clouds: Doing More Online”
Which are the Actually Useful Apps?
By Julie Ann A few nights ago I sat in a restaurant with a group of friends. After we ate, we spent some time updating our Facebook… Read more “Which are the Actually Useful Apps?”
7 Festive (and Healthy) Food Gifts
When yur parents were kids, exchangin’ a fruitcake between neighbors or co-workers used to be the thing to do at the holidays. Now people are all nutty… Read more “7 Festive (and Healthy) Food Gifts”
By Julie Ann Earlier this year, the cable television network TLC premiered a new show called “Extreme Couponing.” I didn’t have a TV when it premiered and… Read more “Practical Couponing”
Community Coupons: Deal or No Deal?
By Julie Ann Have you heard of community coupon Web sites? The two main national community coupons sites are Groupon and Living Social. I decided to try… Read more “Community Coupons: Deal or No Deal?”
Don’t Let Books Eat You Alive!
By Jeffrey Bridgman As any college student knows, the price of textbooks is absurd. One semester, my entire scholarship just barely covered the cost of my books!… Read more “Don’t Let Books Eat You Alive!”
Mouse Wheeling and Dealing
By Jeffrey Bridgman What’s that in your purse? A wad of cash? Or is it receipts where money used to be? Regardless of your cash flow or… Read more “Mouse Wheeling and Dealing”