Fresh is always better, right? Maybe not always. Here’s a fishmonger’s secret: The shrimp on ice at the seafood counter may be less fresh than those in the freezer aisle.
After a sweaty workout you may feel good, but all that perspiration can leave your clothes smelling stinky. Follow these quick laundry tips to cure the stench.
There’s half a bottle of wine on the counter. Should I drink it, or dump it and open a new one? We’ve all been there–silently debating whether or not to pour a glass. Unfortunately, older doesn’t always mean better. Here’s how to tell if you’d be better off starting from scratch.
I often reach for dried fruit when in search of a healthy, but tasty snack. It’s obviously a better option than the ice cream cone I’d really rather have, but I can’t help wonder if dried fruits have the same health benefits as fresh fruits. The short answer: dried fruits are just as healthy, if you choose wisely.
If you find a china pattern you like, now might be a good time to snap it up. With the peak of wedding season upon us, many soon-to-be married couples are adding sets of both fine and everyday china to their registries. As a result, many retailers offer dishware at twenty-five to 50 percent off during the month of June.
The average daily hotel room rate in the United States is $106 for a double room, according to STR global, a company that tracks hotel-industry data. Factor in peak summertime prices in addition to all the expenses associated with travel–transportation, food, entertainment–and that’s a lot of cash to fork over for a weekend trip.
Got a case of the Mondays? Take a deep breath and unwind with a relaxing bubble bath tonight–no special products needed. Here, two recipes made with household staples.
School’s almost out for summer—which means beach vacations, trips to the amusement park, barbecues, and afternoons holed up in the movie theater will soon be upon us. The question: How can you enjoy all the fun without emptying your wallet? Start with these four tips, then share your own savings secrets in the comments.