By now, many companies across the US and world have asked their employees to work from home due to the COVID-19 crisis. If you're one of those employees, you may be wondering what to do during your unexpected time at home not working. We've put together all the best deals for streaming services out there, so that you can catch up on all those shows you've missed over the last few months!
Super Bowl LIV is happening Sunday, February 2 at 6:30 p.m. ET on FOX. But if you, like many of our readers, have recently decided to cut the cable cord, you might be wondering how you're going to watch the big game live. The good news? It's going to be really, really easy.
So you waited until the very last minute to finish your Christmas shopping again, and now you're in a jam, well past all of the shipping deadlines and no time in your busy schedule to scour the sad, picked-over shelves at the mall.
Actually, the mall isn't a bad option on Christmas Eve since that's when the post-Christmas sales usually start, but that's not the point. Time is up, going out isn't an option, and you're stuck.
If you want to give up cable but can't bring yourself to do it because you would miss all of the live sports you love to watch, this article is for you.
If you're a bookworm with an eReader, tablet, 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.
7-Eleven Day is one of our favorite fake holidays, because what could be better than a free Slurpee during a summer heatwave?
Best Buy is brimming with good deals, and if you go into the store informed about their price match policy and knowledgeable about their various discounts, it’s more likely than not that you’ll leave the store having saved significantly.
Your bracket is filling up, your heart is pounding in anticipation and you're ready to see your favorite teams take the hardwood. But if you're in need of new team swag, or if you recently took our advice to cancel your cable, you might be a little nervous. How are you going watch it all? And where can you find cheap team apparel at the last minute?
Raise your hand if you binged Tidying Up with Marie Kondo this weekend. (Note: My hand is up.) If there's an organization fairy, it's definitely Kondo, a sweet Japanese Mary Poppins pixie who supportively flits about exclaiming her love of a good mess and dispensing advice on how to organize it.