Did you know that Peloton now sells refurbished Peloton bikes? Find out everything here and see if it’s worth it.
Have you had your eyes on the Dyson AirWrap Styler for a while? Find out the 13 best ways to save and where I got mine.
Do you think SiriusXM Radio is too expensive? Think again. You can get the Sirius plan you want at a reduced rate. Find out how. All it takes is a few minutes of your time to save hundreds of dollars on Sirius each year.
Amazon’s Prime Day begins on July 12th and runs through July 13, 2022. If you’ve been following my blog for a while, you may be familiar with some of the products below. In fact, I wasn’t planning on writing this post until I realized how many of my favorite things made it to Prime Day.
Looking to declutter? Do you find eBay overwhelming? Here’s everything you need to know to sell and make money on eBay.
I’m not a couponer. I don’t buy in bulk. But I do find ways to save money each month, without depriving yourself. Here are my favorite tips.
Wondering which streaming service is right for you? I made the switch from PS Vue to Hulu with Live TV. Here are some reasons why.
What if I told you that you can shop on Amazon and find the latest and most popular electronic devices at a huge discount?
Here’s how . . . Buy Certified Refurbished Products on Amazon
My Top Picks:
I compiled this list based on two factors: (1) Reviews (2) Savings. The following products receive excellent reviews on Amazon and also provide you with substantial savings.
Keep, Donate, Toss.
It sounds easy enough. So, why do I have bags of clothes to donate taking up valuable real estate in every closet of my house?
What if I told you that your donation bags could be out of sight in a few minutes time?
Yes, I realize that if you have a teenager at home or work with a group of twenty-somethings, Venmo is very old news. However, when I mention Venmo to my group of mom friends, I tend to get blank stares and radio silence. Further, when I suggest that they pay me back with Venmo, they respond, “I’ll just give you cash or a check. It’s easier.” Actually, it’s really not easier.
Now that the school year is winding down here, it seems that every time I open an email, someone is collecting money for a teacher: dance, preschool, elementary, and coaches. More often than not, that email actually comes from me as I am the class mom for both of my children. Just this morning, walking into my daughter’s preschool, a gathering of nannies and moms awaited me, shoving cash, checks, and various papers into my hand as I passed them. If it’s not apparent from my earlier posts, I do not like handling cash. I either misplace it, forget who already paid, who still owes me, and I never have the correct change on me. I create lists upon lists to keep track of everything. Don’t you wish there was an app for this? Meet Venmo.