Wardrobe revamp
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How To Revamp Your Wardrobe For Cheap

If you’re tired of the same outfits that resurface year after year, it may be time for a wardrobe revamp. Fortunately, that doesn’t mean you need to dig deep into your pockets. Hidden gems may be buried in your closet already, waiting to be rediscovered.   How to Get Started Take stock of every article …

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How To Give Your Wardrobe A Makeover For $30

You’ve got a closet full of clothes and nothing to wear. What gives? According to personal style specialist Lindsay Burns, owner of Las Vegas-based Style Savvy, the reason we experience clothing boredom is because we each have a uniform, whether we’re aware of it or not. “Most women go to a store and buy the …

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How To Host A Garage Or Yard Sale That Sells

Your closets are overflowing. Your garage looks like a storage unit. Why not clean out the house this fall and make a little extra cash by hosting a garage sale? Try these simple strategies for putting together a yard sale that sells.   1. Advertise outside, in print and online You wouldn’t open a store …

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How To Get Your Kids To Start Saving For College

What would you do with an extra $80,000 if you won the lottery — save it, donate it or indulge? We hope you chose saving for college if you plan on sending your child to higher education: According to most college cost calculators, that’s about how much a college education will set you back. That’s …

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12 Top Tips To Save Huge Money On Vacations

Whether you’re hopping in the car with the family for a weekend getaway or flying across the country, you can slash 25 percent or more off your travel budget, says Eileen Ogintz, creator of TakingTheKids.com. Simply follow these simple tips to total vacation bliss.   Get There on a Budget 1.Book on the right day …

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