I just read something that made me laugh outloud—mostly because it’s funny, but also because it is poignantly true. “I wonder what my kids are going to tell their kids … ‘It was so rough back in my day. I didn’t get a phone ’til 4th grade and sometimes the wifi didn’t always work upstairs!’” […]
About Mary Hunt
Mary Hunt is the award-winning and bestselling author of more than 23 books, as well as a sought-after motivational speaker who helps men and women battle debt. She is founder and publisher of Debt-Proof Living, a highly regarded and popular consumer organization consisting of an interactive website, monthly newsletter and personal finance tools. She speaks widely on consumer finance topics and has appeared on shows such as The Today Show, Oprah, Good Morning America, Dr. Phil, Fox and Friends and Focus on the Family.
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When I packed up my kitchen for our big move a few years ago, I was embarrassed to discover what I had accumulated in the spice drawer. I’m pretty sure there were a couple bottles of something or other in there that were certified antiques, pre-dating the Nixon administration. And that ground allspice? I think […]
And just like that, it’s peach season. That’s a big deal where I live in northern Colorado in the shadow of the Rocky Mountains. We love peaches! Soon we’ll be enjoying Peach Street Fairs, Palisade Peach Festivals; peach fruit piled high in every store’s produce department and featured on nearly every restaurant’s menu. Freestone or cling? […]
From time to time, this kind of question pops up in my inbox: How can I get started investing in stocks and mutual funds that are risk-free and have guaranteed high rates of return? Of course that makes me laugh hysterically, not only because there is no such thing as a risk-free investment let alone […]
There are few things as luxurious as taking a bath in a jetted tub. The warm water and body massage make for one amazing way to relax. But the last thing you want to see are chunks of mystery debris swirling about—all the gunk and grime that’s built-up inside the jets and connecting hoses since […]
Happy Saturday, Everyone!
Could you use an extra $300? You might want to take a look in your garbage. The average household throws away 150 pounds of rotten produce each year! Mind-boggling, right?
Here’s a fun, crash course in the how, where, and why of fresh fruits and vegetables.
Start following these insanely simple tips and you’ll be amazed to see far fewer of your food dollars (like none?) end up in the garbage in the form of stinky, rotten produce!
See you there and then I’m off to play in my garden and yes, that opening image is from my garden, albeit several years ago Love, xo m
Here is a quick summary of the questions I’ll answer in today’s post:
1. My silicone food storage bags stink
2. Got a shrimp deveiner?
3. JCP best sheets
4. Looking for home air purifier
5. Help! Overpowering mildew
Got a question you’d like me to answer in a future post? You’ll find a link there, too.
I hope you’re having a wonderful day, where you might be! Love, Mary xo
Retailers manipulate all of our senses so we will spend more money. These subtle, psychological cues are worth paying attention to when you’re shopping. If you know about them, you can take steps to avoid their effects. Today, I want to uncover retailers’ secrets, then give you a few tools to help you beat them at their own game! See you there … Love, m xo