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Use these tips for holiday shopping this year and you might have enough left over for some self-gifting!You know you have to limit your holiday spending, but you want to be generous with gifts. After all, it's a good chance to show the people you love how much you care. Even if that perfect gift costs more than you can afford, you think, What the heck, it's the holidays, right? Then, you suffer shopper's remorse when the bills come rolling in. This year, prevent a spending hangover before it starts. These smart moves can help you save and still get into the spirit.Read More »from 7 Secrets to Smart Holiday Shopping
Related: We Break it Down: Target and Best Buy's Price-Matching Deals for Holiday Shopping
Create a master list. With a few exceptions, the people you give gifts to will be the same from year to year. So keep a master list and make changes to it every Labor Day for the holiday season that year.
Make and use a gift list. Slip the list in your purse and refer to it often. You'll be ready to snap up bargains without panic buying.
Group your gifts. Decide on your total shopping budget for the season. Group people by category:
- All You Magazine | At Home – Mon, Nov 12, 2012 12:05 PM EST
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While it made for a funny movie in Home Alone, avoid holiday travel fiascos with these tips.
In Home Alone, holiday travel turned into a nightmare for the McAllister family (twice!), but it doesn't have to be that harried.
Related: How to Make the Gas in Your Car Last
If you plan to travel around the holidays, chances are that you're already thinking about airline prices, redeeming your miles and traffic patterns. It's enough to make your eyes glaze over. We caught up with travel industry insiders at companies like Expedia and Hertz so you can plan this year's holiday trip like a seasoned travel agent. Just think about all of the holiday shopping you can do with the time and money (and sanity) you'll save--you'll be shocked at how simple some of these tips are!
Related: 7 Free Mobile Apps That Make Traveling Easy
Which travel days could save you 10 to 15 percent this Christmas?Read More »from The Best Day to Book Your Holiday Flight… and Other Insider Travel Tips
With Christmas on a Tuesday this year it will save money if you can extend your vacation by arriving earlier, particularly Wednesday or Thursday before and departing after the 26th.
Get some well-deserved shut eye with these tips!
Experts recommend we get seven to eight hours of snooze time per night. To solidify slumber for yourself try out these simple lifestyle tweaks…
Related: How to Fall Asleep
Set the right temp: In order to drift off, your body experiences a drop in temperature. Keeping your room between 65 and 70 degrees can help induce the decrease. Any warmer or colder and you might notice that you feel restless. Adjust your thermostat until you find the temperature that works for you.
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Say so long to stacks of stuff: Sleep docs say clutter can be an anxiety-inducing reminder of tasks you still have yet to get to-which can keep you from fully unwinding and slipping into rejuvenating sleep.
Punch your pillow: Okay, don't punch your pillow but give it this test: lay it over your extended arm. Does it have a slight fold or does it hang there like a saddlebag? If it collapses, it isn't doing its job ofRead More »from Secrets to a Great Night's Sleep
Avoid getting stuck in a line like this
One of the more unexpected results of Hurricane Sandy is lengthy lines at the pump. In order to save time (and your sanity), follow these tips to stretch the gas in your tank. It's easier thank you think!
1. Ease up on the pedals
Don't accelerate quickly or use a heavy foot when driving and try not to ride your break pedal, either. Both of these habits reduce your fuel-efficiency.
2. Use cruise control
Traveling at a constant speed is more fuel-efficient than fluctuating, so if you're driving on a road that lends itself to using the cruise control take advantage of the situation.
3. Obey the speed limit
Driving faster may you get you there quicker, but obeying the speed limit will help you avoid long lines at the gas station because higher speeds require more gas.
Related: 15 Ways to Save on GasRead More »from How to Make the Gas in Your Car Last
4. Travel lightly
A lighter car will yield better fuel-efficiency, so clear out your trunk
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Collapsible Eco Lunch BoxTrying to break the brown bag lunch cycle? We hear you! Feast your eyes on these cute lunch boxes.From stack-able, nesting, and collapsible varieties as well as everything in between, we scoured the bento box market to bring you the best (and most affordable!) options so you can say "adios" to your brown bag. Now that you have a fabulous new lunch box, inspiring food ideas won't be far behind.Read More »from 5 Bento Boxes That'll Make Bringing Your Lunch Way More Fun
Related: Savings Idea: Bento Box Lunches
Made From Silicone
Pack your lunch in this Smart Planet EC-34 Large 3-Compartment Eco Silicone Collapsible Lunch Box ($12.99 at Amazon.com, pictured above), and after you've eaten, wash it, fold it up and throw it in your purse. It's also microwave and dishwasher safe.
InnoBaby.com Bento BoxNot Just For Kids Although these Packin' SMART Lock & Lock Stacking Bento Boxes ($14.99 for two vessels at InnoBaby.com) were made to house meals and snacks for kids on-the-go, who's to say you can't use it for your lunches? The stackable containers lock together in place for