While I don’t personally know of anyone who has been camping out in a Walmart parking lot for the
DEAR MARY: I have been reading your column and implementing your ideas for years, with varying degrees of success
I am so excited. I have the perfect gift to stuff into my husband’s Christmas stocking. Do you recall
If you are a regular reader of this column you know there are two appliances that get a daily
How’s your health? Not your physical fitness, but your financial well-being. For most of us, how much we earn
I had my first encounter with a can of diced tomatoes when it showed up on my weekly shopping
Dear Mary, Do you know where I can donate empty plastic prescription bottles? It seems such a waste to
In a recent column I showed you how to make a very effective fruit fly trap. I thought my
Want to put a thousand bucks back into your wallet in the coming year? If you’re paying around $100
Do you have any idea how much money you spend each month to feed your family? Even if you
A surefire signal that I’m out of town is the big square burn mark in my best stainless skillet.
Dear Mary: A red rag somehow managed its way into a load of what used to be white clothes.
Today’s first tip is going to make my fellow hand knitters wonder, “Why didn’t I think of that?” Is
Fruit flies and I go way back to my high school biology class and a unit on genetics. We raised drosophila
A recent column on the proper storage for fresh fruits and vegetables generated a lot of great reader feedback—plus
Not long ago, as I was preparing one of my favorite dishes, I got to thinking about you. No
Dear Mary: A friend repaid a personal loan of $900 with a personal check, drawn on Bank of America.
Have I told you lately how much I love opening my mail to find so many great reader tips?
Women are most vulnerable to poverty in retirement because they generally live longer and earn less than men over