Category: shopping


What To Do With Old Cell Phones – Donate, Recycle, or Sell for Cash

I can think of 9 different cell phones that I have owned over the years. Granted, that may not seem like a lot to many of you who may get a new phone every 6 months or every year, but that’s how many phones I have bought/sold/traded in since 1996. Back in the 90’s and […]


Buy Local – How Spending Money Locally Benefits You & Your Community

Sure, the convenience of those big-box stores is nice because you can get almost everything you need (and a bunch of stuff you don’t, if you are anything like the average person – myself included) in one place, but do you know where your money goes after you give it to the clerk? It heads […]


Tipping Etiquette Guidelines – How Much to Tip Hairdressers, Movers, Hotel Staff, Valet, Cab Drivers, Food Delivery, Waiters and More

Ever wonder who you should tip, when you should tip, or how much you should tip? Don’t worry, you aren’t alone – not even close. Most of us take a guess at the amount and hope for the best; hoping we left enough to be remembered in a good way rather than a bad way! […]


Which Stores Are Closing Down In 2010.

I just found out that the Borders Bookstore in my neighborhood is going out of business. It kinda sucks because it is the only bookstore within a very close distance and I thoroughly enjoy spending time in there looking for new books to pick up. Of course, this is after the Circuit City left a […]


Flyer Side: Compare Local Grocery Prices Without Leaving Home.

I was just sent a link (from the founder) to this site called Flyer Side which allows you to compare the prices of products at grocery stores near you – before you even go shopping. All the sales in the weekly flyers are listed on the site by zip code, and are rated on a […]

Page 2 of 1912345678...Last »