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DIY Gifts: Lotions, Potions & More

Those last-minute "gotta get the neighbor a gift" moments can lead to reckless rampages through the mall. Chill! This selection of handmade treats can be made in one relaxing afternoon or evening. By you.     DailyWorth's own Hilary...

Money Manners: Guest Gifts That Say Thanks

Dear Anna, I'm going to be staying with friends and family over the holidays. Will a gift express my thanks, or should I offer to take my hosts out for a meal? If we go out, do I have to pick up the tab? A: Many guests do take their hosts out to...

Thanks to YOU

As we all scramble to wrap things up before the holiday weekend, we want make sure that all the things we're grateful for don't get lost in the cranberry sauce. First and foremost, let's all give thanks for signs of sanity in our beleaguered...

Battling Holiday Spending Expectations

How much can my family afford to spend on gifts this year? Not as much as in years past. Due to the financial pressures that come with growing a small business (DailyWorth just passed 50,000 women members—love to you all!), we're being cautious...

Holiday Budget Now!

In case you don't have a working holiday budget yet, here are two reasons to get on it: You don't want to end up like the estimated 13 million Americans who are still paying off last year's holiday purchases. The Lifehacker Holiday Planner makes...

The Money Fix: Arden Doesn't Want to Stop Shopping

Expert: Amanda Clayman Reader: Arden Age: "old enough to know better" Location: Massachusetts Welcome to Season 1 of The Money Fix! With the help of top national money experts, nine DW readers will tackle real-life money problems, and blog about...

Eat Out on Less with BYOB

Your dining out budget is tight, and adding a wine to the tab may put it over the edge. You may have noticed your favorite $10 bottle selling for $25 on the wine list. It's not a typo. Restaurants typically charge more than double the retail...

A DIY Will You Can Live With

Do you need a will? It depends. If your "estate" is comprised of IKEA collectibles, probably not. The real reason to get a will is to make sure that, in the event of your untimely death, that your spouse and children are cared for, and your...

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