I love Valentines. However, the husband…not soo much. Year in and year out he complains about how it’s a marketing ploy to just get consumers to spend their money buying unnecessary trinkets and sugar saccharine Hallmark cards. And with the horrible state of the economy right now, I can only imagine how much he is going to grumble this year!
Chinese New Year is just around the corner and for many people, that means that they will be burning a huge hole in their pockets while trying to prepare for the upcoming festivities. Check out these great tips on how to spend less and enjoy more for Chinese New Year
Once upon a time there were no options when it came to diapering your baby. Cloth diapers were it. Well, that or going commando. But in (drum roll, please) the early 1940s moms in Sweden were introduced to the disposable diaper, though somewhat crude) made of layers of tissue paper and cloth. We tell you your alternatives here…
Aging is an inescapable fact of life and when there are elderly parents or relatives to care for in the family, it requires numerous major adjustments to a family’s daily life. Here’s how to make the most of the golden years of your parents’ life.
Over a lifetime you pick up the knowledge and skills to build careers, raise families, and earn enough to make ends meet. But nothing prepares you for retirement. How do you handle all that leisure time? How do you keep your mind busy as you adjust to a new life without much structure?
Many parents do put in effort to save money, but some end up sabotaging their own efforts by making common savings mistakes. Since it’s less costly to learn from the mistakes of others then our own, here are some mistakes to avoid when saving money.
In anticipation of rising education costs, parents should start saving early to prepare for their child’s education and future. Fundsupermart, an online unit trust distributor has an ideal savings plan.