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If you're paying shipping fees for your Black Friday, Cyber Monday, and other holiday shopping, then you're probably doing something wrong.
There are some exciting holidays on the radar this week: Friday, October 29, is National Cat Day, and the following Sunday is Halloween. Put these two days together, and what do you have? The perfect excuse to showcase a bunch of adorable Halloween costumes for pets. Buckle up, and keep your credit card handy: things are about to get extremely cute.
Just when it looked like Black Thursday might be beaten back, the two largest mall developers in the country announced plans to stay open for Thanksgiving.
After you've tied the knot, what are supposed to do with things you bought just for the wedding? Do you really need seventeen mason jar floral arrangements in that exact shade of green? Chances are, your fancy new married life will not require any of your folksy wedding decor, but it can be hard to part with things that meant so much to you just a few days ago.
Listen closely, and there's a chance you'll hear it: a stifled cough, a steady sniffle, a room-shaking sneeze. Yes, cold and flu season is in full force, and no matter where you spend your days, you're probably within close proximity of at least a few cold-ridden co-workers.
If you clicked on a deal on Brad's Deals today and came up with an error message, you may be wondering what the deal is. (Get it? What's the deal?) As it turns out, a lot of the internet is down today.
As the daughter of a retired insurance underwriter, I get my fair share of "Did you call your insurance agent?" when I tell my mother about this mishap or that. I'm constantly reminded of things that my insurance covers.
Malls may close, but the most popular stores aren't likely to give up their foothold on Thanksgiving's turf anytime soon.