Recycling Clothes: Turn Trash into Cash

Recycling Clothes: Turn Trash into Cash

Reprinted from SFGate.comGathering dust in attics and the back of closets or fading on the racks of second-hand stores, vintage clothing is in no short supply. In most cases these vintage finds are clean, tear and stain free. The materials are suitable to reuse on...
The Supermom Myth

The Supermom Myth

by Ignacia Levyreprinted from www.littlethings.comWhether you are a stay-at-home mom or an 8 a.m.-to-6 p.m. career mom (with after hours at home required, in many cases), you will soon come to learn that it is very difficult and exhausting to try to “do it...
Strapped for College?

Strapped for College?

Saving for college in today’s world is a big challenge, especially given the costs.  The expenses surrounding a college education today are astounding. According to CollegeData.com, the average annual cost of a four-year private college is $49,320 per year, and public...
Show Me Your Budget!

Show Me Your Budget!

Reprinted from Credit Counseling Service (www.nomoredebts.org)A lot of people wonder how much of their income they should spend on their home, vehicle, groceries, clothes, etc. Below are some guidelines to give you a general idea and provide you with a starting point...
Moms: Make Home Like Work

Moms: Make Home Like Work

The big news in the workplace over the past couple of decades has been the emergence of women as a significant force. We’ve gotten the opportunity to show what we can do, and we’ve done it. We’ve made the workplace a different place; a better place. We are educated,...
Six-Month Checkup on New Year’s Resolutions

Six-Month Checkup on New Year’s Resolutions

According to StatisticBrain, 41% of Americans make New Year’s resolutions, however, over 42% of those making the resolutions will, “never succeed and fail on their resolution each year.”  Okay, those statistics are depressing. The good news is that they also found...