Archives for November, 2010

30 Nov

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For many people, including me, giving a gift is more gratifying than receiving one. One reason I’ve always enjoyed giving is that it makes me feel generous. Generosity is often equated with charity as a virtue and is widely accepted i...
22 Nov

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I am thankful for all of the fantastic financial advice that is available on the web. Since Thanksgiving is all about abundance, I've rounded-up some of the web's best posts on how to have a thrifty Thanksgiving. Bargain Briana tells you how to save o...
18 Nov

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Retailers have their red mark-down pens out earlier than usual this year, meaning that many consumers will begin taking advantage of bargains in advance of the traditional Black Friday rush. As consumers hit the malls this holiday season, some ...
17 Nov

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Making a list and checking it twice isn’t just for Santa Claus this holiday season. Before the holly jolly holiday rolls around, families across the nation will sit down for the annual Thanksgiving Day feast. Use this Thanksgiving checklist to help y...
16 Nov

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Recently I celebrated my birthday by going to Disney World for four days! It was an awesome trip. I took pictures with Mickey, Minnie, and all the other popular Disney characters. A getaway can be both fun and relaxing, but improper planning can le...
12 Nov

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Our fifth annual regifting story contest is now underway!  As you think about stories you'd like to share in this year's contest, why not get a little inspiration from the very best regifting stories ever told?  Following are the Regiftable.com ...
10 Nov

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The best part of Thanksgiving is devouring all the delicious food. Mouths water at the sight of pumpkin pie. Stomachs leap for joy at the very mention of turkey and stuffing. This ...
09 Nov

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Halloween candy, Thanksgiving turkey, Christmas cookies. It’s no wonder that after a calorie-filled, guilt-inducing holiday season that “lose weight” and “get fit” top most people’s lists of New Year’s resolutions. In fact, the beginni...
08 Nov

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Two years ago, I wrote about a rule-breaking coffee shop. This coffee shop required that I spend $5 or more if paying by a credit card. At the time, the coffee shop was breaking the rules. In 2008, the agreements merchants had with MasterCard and Vi...