With the rising cost of cooking gas today, there are a few things you can do to make your cooking gas last longer. Doing them will also ultimately help you cut down on your monthly gas expense and get you additional savings. 1. Match your pot to the right burner There is a reason why […]
Ever wondered how best to get companies to listen and act on your complaint rather than push it aside? Here are 9 tips that you can follow. Skip the phone lines Calling customer service lines can sometimes be a waste of time and money with little result. Except as last resort or where there is […]
One of the few ways we can cut down on spending in this austere period in the country is to cut down on our vehicles’ fuel consumption. Here are six ways we can accomplish this. General note on fuel consumption Please note that although the kind of vehicles we use, their ages and general performance […]
My wife and I got talking when she returned home from the sales and marketing of some electronics products she recently dabbled into. As expected, the market terrain for products considered as “Luxury” was a bit tough, no thanks to the biting economic crunch. She complained about how dealers are unwilling to make purchases because […]
You got yourself a washing machine and you are excited. Now you are finally rid of having to use your hand and physical strengths to get through those heaps of dirty laundry every week. Some months down the road however, you begin to wonder why many of your clothes are beginning to look faded, stretched […]
In this Ted Talk video and presentation, Michael Norton shares fascinating research on how money can, indeed buy happiness — when you don’t spend it on yourself. Listen for surprising data on the many ways pro-social spending can benefit you, your work, and (of course) other people. Watch and learn.