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Older adults are prime targets for fraud and scams

Be on the lookout for people trying to take advantage

Older adults can be easy targets for scam artists. The best way to fend off fraud is to recognize it and help others do the same.
Wednesday, September 10, 2014/Author: Anne Heinrich/Number of views (194)/Comments (-)/

Gluten-free shopping

Cutting costs on a gluten-free diet

Even if you or someone you know does not suffer from a gluten allergy, if you have paid attention to the media lately or visited your local grocery store, there is a very good chance you have heard the expression “gluten-free.” Living with Celiac's disease, I have been gluten-free since long before it became a diet fad.
Friday, July 11, 2014/Author: Niki Newcomb/Number of views (685)/Comments (-)/
Categories: HealthSavvy Living

Creating costumes on a budget

Attending a Renaissance Faire? Halloween Ball? Disney Theme Gala? Here's help!

Ever been to a Renaissance Faire? This year, I attended two weekends for the Wonders of the World and the High Seas Adventure. Of course, I wouldn’t dare go without dressing up in full costume! The challenge? Creating costumes on a budget.
Monday, June 16, 2014/Author: Niki Newcomb/Number of views (720)/Comments (-)/
Categories: Savvy Living

Save money, save the environment!

Tips for shopping thrifty

Having five kids I’ve learned really quickly how to make your dollar stretch. One of my favorite ways to spend less and get more is to take advantage of second-hand or thrift shops. Here's a sample of savings on a shopping trip and tips to help you save!
Monday, May 19, 2014/Author: Niki Newcomb/Number of views (751)/Comments (-)/
Categories: Savvy Living

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