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    Five Things You Should Know about the Target Red Card

    It’s impossible to go into your local Target store without hearing all about the Target Red Card. What exactly is this Red Card, and is it worth it? The Red Card is designed to offer Target shoppers a discount on their purchases, and it’s designed so that those who hold the card have a few […] More

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    How To Get Cheap Hotel Prices For Luxury Hotels

    Everyone is entitled to their moments of snobbery and pickiness, and some of us choose to use those moments in regards to booking hotels. It’s not a big deal to everyone, but it’s a big deal to millions of travelers. If you’re staying away from the comforts of your own home – and paying to […] More

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    20 Cars to Avoid in 2018

    From sports cars to sedans to family-sized SUVs, manufacturers have introduced their 2018 vehicle lineup in time for the holiday season. Consumers aren’t afraid to spend their money on a shiny new car when the holidays roll around, and this is the time of year many people are comparing new rides. Unfortunately, not all 2018 […] More

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    12 of the Most Famous Celebrity Divorces

    If there’s one thing celebrities are known for – aside from their work – it’s their very unfortunate divorce rate. While we’re not saying every celebrity that gets married is going to get divorced (plenty of celebs have been married for decades and still look happy together), most of them will. That said, not every […] More

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    15 Things you Didn’t Know about A Christmas Story

    It’s the kind of movie that a television station likes to air for a solid day on Christmas, because it’s such a holiday classic. What a better way to spend the day than watching 24 solid hours of A Christmas Story on television when all the eating and unwrapping festivities are over. This movie is […] More

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    How to Save Money on Christmas Decorations

    It’s the most wonderful time of the year; the holidays (particularly Christmas). To me, the holidays officially begin the first day of September. My birthday is September 30, so the entire month is a holiday to me. Add to that the fact that college football begins at the beginning of the month (Go Gators!) and […] More

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    100-Year-Old Man Throws $13,000 Party For Under-Privileged Kids

    37 years ago, Burlington, Vermont businessman Antonio Pomerleau asked then Burlington Mayor Bernie Sanders if he could throw a Christmas party for under-privileged children. The first party had about 30 guests, but it grew every year. This year, 450 guests attended the party at a whopping cost of $13,000. If you have never heard of […] More

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    5 Frugal Christmas Decorating Hacks you Need to Know

    You might not think you need any Christmas decorating hacks, but you really do. I read somewhere recently that the average American spends $700 on Christmas. I spend more than that on just Christmas décor; so I’m not sure how accurate that figure really is to most people. It doesn’t even come close to touching […] More

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    20 Things Only Moms Know about Christmas Shopping

    As the mother, I get the distinct pleasure of handling the Christmas shopping for everyone. No one offered me this position as the CEO of the family with any fanfare, it was simply assumed. It reminds me of a conversation with my husband the other night when he failed to think that packing our kids […] More

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