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Today’s Home Spun Wisdom Archive


5 Tips for Getting the Most from Your Credit Card

RISMEDIA, January 13, 2010—As credit card companies continue to hike rates and continually change the terms and conditions of your account, it is crucial for credit card users to make the most of their credit. The following tips will help ...


Simple Tips to Save Money

RISMEDIA, January 12, 2010—(MCT)—If you've weathered this past year's wallet-squeezing, here's some how-to advice for keeping more money in your pocket now that the New Year has arrived. ...


Meditation Doesn’t Have to Be Complicated

RISMEDIA, January 11, 2010—(MCT)—For some novice meditators, the quest for inner peace can get a bit stressful. Do I "om?" Picture a white-sand beach? Can I scratch that itch on my back before I lose my mind? ...


Around the Home – 9 Tips for Making the Most of Your Cleaning

RISMEDIA, January 9, 2010—Cleaning your home is a never a fun task and one that homeowners don’t often look forward to. The following tips will help you make the most of your cleaning so that you aren’t spending all your ...


Getaways – How to Eliminate Checked Baggage

RISMEDIA, January 8, 2010—(MCT)—Long lines, missing luggage and excess-baggage fees represent today’s travel industry. Whether you are packing for a short excursion or an international vacation, the one bag strategy will help reduce the stress of traveling. This packing plan—which ...


Tips on How to Stay Warm When Temperatures are Frigid

RISMEDIA, January 7, 2010—Bone chilling temperatures have gripped much of the country recently and the American Red Cross urges everyone to be safe and prepare as much as possible. ...


Shoppers Beware: January Is the Month for Bargains

RISMEDIA, January 6, 2010—(MCT)—Got a trunk-load of holiday returns? Take back those ties, cologne and panini makers and make some practical purchases instead. ...


6 Mistakes to Avoid When Converting to a Roth IRA

RISMEDIA, January 5, 2010—(MCT)—As years go, 2010 is on course to be a blockbuster for retirement-account owners. Starting this month, all Americans who own a traditional IRA—not just those who have modified adjusted gross income under $100,000—will be able to ...


Obama Family Voted Most Desirable Celebrity Neighbor for 2010

RISMEDIA, January 4, 2010—U.S. adults would most like to be neighbors with the Obama family, according to the third annual Zillow Celebrity Neighbor Survey. "Octomom" Nadya Suleman was named the least desirable neighbor of 2009. The survey asked more than ...


Undeck the Halls: Tips for Packing Away the Holiday Decorations

RISMEDIA, December 31, 2009—(MCT)-Much like returning from a vacation, putting away the holiday decor just isn't as fun as getting it all out. The following pointers from a trio of organizational experts can keep the seasonal clutter ...


Put Your Home on an ‘Energy Diet’

RISMEDIA, December 30, 2009—We've all been there on making well-intentioned New Year's resolutions, among them promising faithfully to go on a diet, exercise and eat healthier. And sometimes, we may even keep those resolutions for a little while before falling ...


2010 Fitness Trends: Efficient, Cheap and Trendy

RISMEDIA, December 29, 2009—(MCT)—Where is fitness going in 2010? Well, people want to sweat, get it done quickly and not spend a lot of money. ...


Resolutions for a Financially-Healthy 2010

RISMEDIA, December 28, 2009—(MCT)—As 2009 winds down and you plan for a more financially-healthy 2010, don't forget this year's key lesson. Free-wheeling, debt-hungry spending is out. Actively managing your personal finances is in. ...


Has the Recession Made the Workplace More Honest?

RISMEDIA, December 24, 2009—(MCT)—Times are bad, and it's a dog-eat-dog world. We're in it for what we can get. Cut a safety corner here. Pad expenses there. Take the kickback because everybody's doing it. Right? Not at all. The recession ...


Loud Commercials a Turn-Off for Majority of TV Viewers

RISMEDIA, December 23, 2009—A vast majority of U.S. television viewers are so annoyed by loud TV commercials that they reduce or mute the volume, or change the channel altogether, according to a recently released national survey. But help is on ...


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