10 Tips to Save Money on Thanksgiving Dinner

Thanksgiving is almost here! If you’re like us, you’re counting the days ’til you can load up with turkey, mashed potatoes and a big ol’ slice of pumpkin pie. Mmm. Our mouths are watering just thinking about it. But if you’re hosting this year, you might be wondering how you can cook a Thanksgiving feast for your family and friends without blowing your budget. Luckily, our friends at the Penny Hoarder have some great tips.

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How To Be a More Courteous Traveler

For frequent travelers, spending time away from home and visiting a new place can be liberating. From accruing rewards on a prepaid debit card to experiencing a new place, traveling can be both an affordable and worthwhile luxury. However, there are some downsides to traveling. A 2013 Expedia.com Etiquette survey revealed the top annoyances for 1,001 adult American travelers. At the top of the list, with 41% of the vote, was parents who can’t quiet their noisy children. Seat kickers came in a close second with 38% of the vote.

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Stay in Shape on the Road: Best Workouts for Travelers

Keeping a consistent workout routine while traveling can be challenging. If workouts are part of your regular schedule, you may find yourself without access to gym equipment, depending on where you stay. If you currently run in your neighborhood, doing so in a different environment may seem intimidating. For those who are determined to get in some sort of exercise during their travels, here are some options: Continue reading →

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