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Sep 29, 2014
5 Easy Halloween Costume Ideas
 
 

All Hallow's Eve is just around the corner, and it's time to start getting creative!  Costumes can get pricey if you purchase them in the store, but you can save a lot of money and make a statement that's uniquely 'you' if you get a little crafty and turn this holiday into a DIY project.  

Here are some Halloween costume ideas that will make you smile when Beggar's Night rolls around:

 
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Feb 11, 2014
The History of Valentine's Day
 
 

Each and every year, people celebrate Valentine’s Day on February 14. Valentine’s Day is a special day to share and show affection for others by sending flowers, chocolates, cards or homemade gifts. The heart has always been used to represent love during Valentine’s Day, the same way people use chocolate as a symbol of romance.

 
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Jan 09, 2014
Tips On How To Travel Without Spending Too Much Money
 
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There aren't too many things that can obliterate that post-holiday glow like discovering the damage you have done on your credit card. The thing is that wherever you'd like to travel, you don't need to worry about spending too much money, because using a few simple tips you can easily save a lot on your accommodation, food and tourist attractions.

With that in mind, in the paragraphs below we're going to take a closer look at the top tips you should keep in mind before planning a vacation.
 
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Nov 25, 2013
How Did Black Friday Get Its Name?
 
 
Tremendous shopping activity has marked Black Friday, with retailers cutting the prices of their goods by as much as 99%, obviously serving as shopping bait for discount-hungry consumers.

But how did Black Friday get its name in the first place? Why not use "Green Friday" instead to symbolize money, or "Red and Green Friday" to symbolize Christmas? Why the ever-so-glum black to represent a supposedly good day for both shoppers and retailers?
 
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Oct 29, 2013
How To Save Money On Halloween Costumes
 
 
According to Alliance Data Retail Services, 67 percent of all halloweeners (or their parents) buy commercially made halloween costumes. The average retail price for these store bought halloween costumes is a whopping $55 dollars each! This can be really hard on the budget, especially in these hard economic times when we're all trying to watch our pocketbook more closely! In this post, we will explore how to save money on halloween costumes.
 
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