Times change quickly, and as a result, many of us are still holding onto (and paying for!) antiqued household items and services that we no longer need.
My husband and I just purchased our first home, and it's a bit of a fixer-upper. Because we're on a budget, we've been trying to prioritize our home improvement projects and choose which rooms to focus on fixing up first. As the kitchen is, on average, the room that adds the most value to your home, we decided to start with some minor upgrades there, all easy for us to DIY for under $100.
Summer is in full swing. And thank goodness. Now how are you staying cool through the summer heat?
IKEA is recalling 29 million MALM dressers due to tip-over safety concerns. Here's everything you need to know in order to get a refund and keep your family safe from future top-heavy furniture accidents.
Getting married is expensive. With the average American wedding clocking in at a hefty $32,641, for many newlyweds, the only light at the end of the financial tunnel comes from the pile of wedding gifts purchased off their carefully-selected registry.
It doesn't have nearly the hype of Black Friday, but Memorial Day weekend boasts some of the biggest sales and steepest discounts of the years. This is especially true if you're buying big-ticket items like mattresses or major appliances.
When I heard about the KonMari method I immediately connected with the idea of keeping only the things that make you happy. What I didn't expect to find was a lesson in the true meaning of frugality.
You're tired of renting, you've got some cash saved up, and you've made up your mind: it's time for you to become a homeowner. But where do you go from here?
The dust balls have piled up, your winter sweaters don't feel so practical anymore, and the amount of clutter around your house has reached an embarrassing level. Whether you like it or not, it's probably time to do some spring cleaning.
Happy Earth Day, everyone! Here at Brad's Deals, we're all about finding ways to keep a little extra cash in your pocket, and it just so happens that going green often saves you green, too.