With prices going up and salaries going down, saving money nowadays can feel like an impossible challenge. If you're struggling to scrape together some extra cash, consider these nine money-saving tips.
Well, you hunted across the web, found all the coupons you could
and finally bought that item at the lowest possible price at that
point of time from the website you were comfortable buying from.
Now what? Do you regularly go back and check that the price has not
dropped? Did you know that most retailers will do a
price adjustment for you within 30 days of your purchase. And if
they don't agree on that, depending on the price drop and
shipping/return policies you can always return and buy that item
Whether you are a stay at home mom, work from home or work out the office, it's hard to juggle a little one and your personal style. It IS possible, however, and I believe a great way to reclaim yourself, gain confidence and ultimately have MORE time.
Creating a simple collection of wardrobe staples that will work for any occasion on your calendar will reduce stress each morning, giving you more time for your family--or a couple minutes for yourself. Buying quality pieces that fit and flatter will make the time in front of the mirror more enjoyable and the time figuring out what to wear shorter.
Here are some tips on how to create a stylish yet realistic wardrobe for a new mom:
Each season new trends come out, but that doesn't mean those trends are flattering or wearable for most women. However Spring 2011 has come out with some amazing trends that are very wearable for all women now, but can also be well-loved wardrobe staples for many seasons more.
A recent post at Consumerist announced the arrival of online shopping for two popular fashion retailers, H&M and Zara. The problem is that the new functionality is for Europeans only, leaving U.S. fashionistas to continue schlepping to the mall in order to get their Euro-style fix. According to BNET, the reason for the fast fashion retailers slowness in offering a way for customers to shop online is due to supply chain issues. Both retailers have committed to ambitious sustainability plans, which must be carefully taken into account when expanding to the online arena.
H&M and Zara are only two of a number retailers who have yet to offer online shopping. Here are ten other fashion retailers we wish would add the ability to shop online: