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For those of you looking for a gift that will work for a traditional book loving or less technically inclined mom on Mother’s Day, I’d like to introduce you to the Busy Body Book . The Busy Body Book is a highly customizable organizer/planner that can be used in a multitude of ways to manage tasks, grocery lists, and extracurricular activities, as well as deadlines. With its innovative design and hip cover art, this isn’t the typical organizer. The (standard) Family & Personal
... to be able to roll out of bed and fire up the computer and type away in my PJs. Jim Wang’s article gives a great rundown of some virtual office tools that make working from home both professional and productive. Even if you don’t bother changing out of your pajamas…Dollarish: Would You Steal Office Supplies? – Dollarish illuminates a downside to working from home: no access to office supplies. There’s really nothing like breaking out a fresh, new notebook or making mini mountains out of Post-it pads, is there? Okay, that’s not really stealing–more like “hoarding.” But while office supplies might be in the “pro” column for going into the office, Dollarish also highlights one of the cons: the nightmare co-worker. My fellow Savings.com co-workers, however, are actually the reason I DO go to the office rather than working from home. Along with the access to Post-its and pens… ...
We’re pleased announce the addition of two new executives to our growing company of more than 80 employees. Brian Lee joins Savings.com as Head of Consumer Experience, while Meghan Stuyvenberg leads Public Relations and Community Management.The deal space is extremely active and competitive right now, which is why Savings.com needs a top notch team of experts to help bring fresh, creative thinking to everything we do. We’re excited to have Brian and Meghan on board as we work to create
In this day and age where daily deal sites like Groupon and LivingSocial are popping up left and right, deal hunters now have access to hundreds of daily deals in their inbox every morning. With these deals flying past consumers at lightning speed, it can be very easy to lose track of a purchased deal, only to have it rot away in world wide web.There have been plenty of times when I spontaneously bought a daily deal, forgot about the deal, and my voucher eventually expired. Over time, I learned my
Multi-level Marketing (MLM) is way to reach for the stars, live out your dreams, work for yourself, be all that you can be–all while making on average $115 per month…Wait–what?According to the disclosure from what is arguably the world’s largest and most well known multi-level marketing organization, Quixtar (Amway) the average monthly gross MLM income for “active” IBOs (Independent Business Owners) was $115–and, depending upon the definition of “active,”