Happy National Dog Day to all of our four legged friends and their parents! Today's the day to lavish your pet with treats, belly rubs and, if you're a crazy dog parent like me, maybe a few impulse pet purchases that they don't actually need.
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.
If you thought 7-Eleven day only came around once a year, you're in for a tasty surprise! Today, August 19, and tomorrow, August 20, 7-Eleven is offering up an encore round of its Bring Your Own Cup promotion, which means Slurpee lovers around the country can enjoy giant pales of their favorite Slurpee flavors for just $1.50!
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.
Black Friday season will be heating up roughly a month from now, so it is our solemn duty as deal experts to impart some Black Friday wisdom upon our faithful fans on this, the day the countdown begins.
The Chicago Cubs are on an absolute tear, sitting in first place in the National League's Central Division, an astounding 12.5 games ahead of the St. Louis Cardinals. Even as a life long Cardinals fan, I have to admit that this is Chicago's year and it's been a lot of fun to watch their fans go from the lovable losers who show up to Opening Day toting signs that say "Wait Until Next Year" to a fan base that actually believes they can do it.
Grocery stores carry packaged versions of pretty much everything you can imagine, but is convenience worth the price of mediocre food?
If you're a bookworm with an eReader, an MP3 player, or access to an internet-connected computer, you might already be aware of the vast library of free public domain books available to download online.
Just when you thought you couldn't stand another second of election coverage, the 2016 Summer Olympics swooped in to save the day. With more than two straight weeks filled with superhuman feats of strength, endurance and athletic skill, the Olympics have been capturing the hearts, minds and TV sets of the world since they were first televised in 1936.
The root beer float was invented in 1874 by a Philadelphia soda vendor named Robert McCay Green. As the story goes, Green ran out of ice on a steamy summer day and was forced to improvise. He bought ice cream from a neighboring vendor, mixed it with his root beer, and a new beverage was born.