Author: Betsy Mikel
Don’t have dental insurance? These discount plans could be a great option to help you save significantly at the dentist. If you’re self-employed, you’re going to want to check out these options for affordable dental care.
I consistently blow my grocery budget, so something needed to change. I worked with Visa to use a prepaid card to help manage my spending and save money on groceries. Here’s how I did it, and how you can try it for yourself.
Your smartphone cost you an arm and a leg, so you might as well put it to work. Here’s how to make money on your phone by playing games, watching videos, taking surveys and more through 32 free apps.
If you have as much trouble as I do sticking to a budget, sometimes you need a little accountability. This month, I’m working with Visa and using a prepaid card to manage my grocery budget; when I shop, I can only spend the money I’ve loaded on that card. Want to join me and try managing your expenses on a prepaid card?
Here’s a sneak peek into what dedicated shoppers already know: You can avoid paying full price by using insider tricks to get Anthropologie for less. These strategies help you get the Anthro clothing, shoes and accessories you love without going broke. Here’s how to save money at Anthropologie.
If you’re ready to get serious about couponing, The Krazy Coupon Lady is a great place to start. I learned everything I know about couponing and getting great deals from KCL -- including strategies that helped me save 97% on a recent trip to CVS. Aspiring couponers, here’s why you need to add this site to your reading list.
Skeeball really is one entrepreneur’s full-time job. Mike Fraser launched a skeeball league in Chicago and has built it into a thriving, though weird, business. Here’s how he did it, plus his advice for aspiring arcade-game entrepreneurs. Ready to learn how to make money playing skeeball?
Wondering how to become a travel writer? A crash course and mentorship from a Lonely Planet guidebook author might help. You could win that training, along with a 10-day summer road trip across the U.S., by entering World Nomads’ new travel writing contest. It’s only open to non-professional writers -- but you need to apply by May 27.