Hubs and I are considering buying a Chevy Volt to replace our Mini Cooper, partly because he can charge it for free at work. THAT MEANS FEWER GAS BILLS! It’s a big decision and one I am still hashing through, so of course I want your opinion. Should we buy a Chevy Volt?
A friend tipped me off to SwapALease, where you can take over another person’s car lease, often for a discount. I haven’t personally used the site, but I interviewed a SwapALease rep and if you are considering leasing a car, it can often save you money on the cost of a car. Note: When comparing prices between SwapALease and a dealer, make sure to account
If I told you spring cleaning is beneficial to your wallet, would that motivate you to pull out a broom? Admittedly, spring cleaning is tedious, and I can certainly think of more fun things to do, but saving money is worth getting your hands dirty. How’s that for motivation? Here’s how spring cleaning can save and even make you money!
If you want something you don’t have the money for, figure out how to make it. (I’ve already talked about getting things by swapping or repurposing). Personally, I have found that learning to make something is the best way to go. I get what I need, and I know how to repair it. Here are my five favorite sites to go to when I want
I am a firm believer in returning products. If I get it home and find out that it doesn’t fit, work, or do what the advertising promised, I return it. However, I hate the time, effort, and gas it takes to make a return. Most stores have very good return policies. However, it often costs more to return the item than its purchase price. For