I have always been a bargain shopper. I used to shop at local department and discount stores, and when I saw a great deal, I would stock up on an item. One day I thought I found a great deal on toilet paper, so I bought a ton of it. The next day, I was in another store, and I saw they had a much better price on the same item I had just purchased! I had never really embraced online shopping until that day. I learned that by browsing online, I could quickly and easily compare prices at many stores on the same item, so I knew I was always getting the best deal. I even find great coupon codes that save me even more money. I created this blog to help other bargain shoppers out there learn to shop online. It will save you cash!
When you have a sudden financial shortfall, the fastest way to get cash is often a pawn shop. Though you have an expensive item in hand, you may be wondering whether you should pawn it or sell it at the shop. Both options can be viable depending on the item and your current situation. Here are three questions to ask yourself before you make a decision.
1. How Quickly Can You Pay the Money Back? [Read More]
Amber is a captivating golden colored resin that hardens over the course of many years, becoming a translucent stone that is believed to have metaphysical and holistic health properties. Amber pieces may often contain fossilized insects or plant-life, trapped before the resin had time to harden; these specimens are considered particularly alluring, with magical virtues. Originating in the Baltic region, archaeologists have discovered amber stones dating back around 2000 BC, including in King Tut's tomb, further reinforcing these perceived benefits of amber: [Read More]