It's the question every frugal woman in her mid-20s secretly dreads. The question that, if answered affirmatively, will likely result in thousands of her hard-earned dollars down the tube, an ugly dress stuffed in the back of her closet, and a potentially strained relationship with one of her best friends. That question? "Will you be a bridesmaid in my wedding?"
Summer is in full swing. And thank goodness. Now how are you staying cool through the summer heat?
Running was my go-to workout until an old injury reared its ugly head. "No high impact workouts," my doctor instructed. I must have looked stricken. "Maybe try spinning," he suggested. Ugh.
National Ice Cream Day is possibly the sweetest summer holiday in the history of the universe, and trust me, we're totally on board with all of the freebies, BOGOs to celebrate everyone's favorite sweet treat on Sunday 7/17.
One of the best unintended side effects of the popularity of Pokémon Go is that players are walking more than usual as they explore their neighborhoods and communities. Here's how you can earn some extra cash with all those extra steps – and get paid to hunt Pokémon. Yes, really!
I don't have to tell you that weddings are expensive. If you're planning one, are recently married, or even know someone planning their big day, you already know this.
The past two weeks have been rife with product recalls. First, IKEA announced a recall on its popular MALM dressers due to tipping concerns. Now, the self-balancing "hoverboard," AKA the hottest item under everyone's 2015 Christmas tree, is being recalled by 10 firms because its lithium-ion batteries pose a risk of overheating and starting on fire.
When you think of the 4th of July, you're probably picturing barbecues, fireworks and American-brewed beer. But just because shopping isn't the first thing to come to mind on this patriotic holiday, doesn't mean it isn't a great time to snatch up some good deals. This is America, after all. Land of the free, home of the sale.
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.