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On what would become the worst night of his life, Kyle Maxwell fed his son, Preston, a bottle and rocked the 7-week-old baby to sleep. He put Preston in his crib, took a shower and went to bed. The next morning, Kyle woke up feeling panicked. Preston...
The FrugalistaThe top deals this week in the Sunday Chicago Tribune include a $10 dog food coupon, $10 Build-a-Bear coupon, free toothpaste and toothbrushes at the drug stores, 7-cent bags of Halls, and incentives to buy a Keurig at Target. COUPONS There are...
The FrugalistaIf you buy used clothes for your kids -- or yourself -- you probably want to be out hitting some of the big resale events in the Chicago area Saturday. Here's a probably-incomplete list: The Parenthesis Family Center consignment sale in Oak Park. 405 S....
The FrugalistaSaturday, March 12, is a big day for children's resale in the Chicago area. This is the day when the DuPage County Fairgrounds hosts FOUR simultaneous consignment sales run by separate nonprofit organizations. It's a real opportunity to combine the low...
Tags: eBay Inc., Clothing, Charity, Prices, Human Interest
The FrugalistaThe Frugalista spent the entire weekend oohing and aahing at tiny baby clothes at two separate baby showers. So naturally, Monday finds me shopping online for kids and family stuff. Here are the deals I turned up: - If you pulled any 20 percent off...
The FrugalistaRecently I was asked for some money-saving tips for teen parents. Although I was well out of my teens (not to mention my 20s) when I had my babies, I have some Frugalista tips for the care and feeding of infants that should be useful to any age parent....
Tags: Amazon.com Inc., Passenger Cars, Vehicles, Family, Human Body
Sentinel Staff WriterLodging aside, the biggest expenses for families going through the turnstiles at Walt Disney World are admission tickets, strollers, meals and snacks needed for a long day of fun, and souvenirs. Strollers With some planning, families can still save...
email@example.comEighty-eight year old Louise Dean of Mercer County is handed a photograph of Harrodsburg’s Main Street from the 1930s. She embraces the snapshot as if it were a picture of a lost loved one and, after a brief pause, the memories shoot forth like...
The dash for cool clothing is heading toward its back-to-school peak, with tennis shoes selling for as little as $9 at Target and American Eagle offering free smart phones to shoppers who try on a pair of jeans. But the big retailers aren't the only...
247-4737Last month, savvy Internet shoppers signed up for a free Snuggie, free chocolate-covered strawberries, a free engraved key chain and a free Joyce Meyer 2010 calendar. Nearly $40 in products, that short list represents just a fraction of the offers that...
Tribune reporterIt's one thing to return a product mail-in rebate card to save some cash: More than two out of three consumers do, according to a 2009 Consumer Reports survey. So would you return a card that could potentially save your child's life? The U.S. Consumer...
LakeviewEvery day, you sit behind a desk, stare at a computer and long for something more from your career. If only you had the time, the money and the nerve to turn your big idea into big business. These three young Lakeviewers did it....
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