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  • Create a healthy home for your newborn

    Create a healthy home for your newborn
    New moms and dads certainly have plenty to worry about, especially with information in the news about toxic bottles, bedding and even toys. It might seem overwhelming for parents-to-be, but there are several easy ways you can create a healthy home for...
  • A healthy home for your newborn

    A healthy home for your newborn
    New moms and dads certainly have plenty to worry about, especially with information in the news about toxic bottles, bedding and even toys. It might seem overwhelming for parents-to-be, but there are several easy ways you can create a healthy home for...
  • Kids Crown Awards 2010

    Kids Crown Awards 2010
    Check out some of the best finds in Miami-Dade, Broward and Palm Beach counties. Editor's Choice Most Unique Gallery Upper Room Art Gallery/Mission Gifts 1200 E. Las Olas Blvd., Suite 104, Fort Lauderdale 954-828-1505, www.upperroomartgallery.com, www....
  • Hampton Roads' consignment stores make back-to-school shopping affordable

    Hampton Roads' consignment stores make back-to-school shopping affordable
    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...
  • Push to Register Infant Products

    Push to Register Infant Products
    It'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...
  • The Peninsula's queen of thrift offers more tips for readers

    There are a multitude of savings-smart residents on the Peninsula, but there's one whose name keeps recurring in On the Cheap. That's Barb Cathcart of Hampton. For the past few weeks, this column has excluded her savings suggestions to give voice to...
  • Forget the discount, get your holiday gifts for free

    Forget the discount, get your holiday gifts for free
    Last 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...
  • Ready, set, shop

    Often, the best way to find fun, original holiday gifts is to look locally. Greater Baltimore has a bevy of earnest, thoughtful shops with plenty to offer this season. The 100 clothing, jewelry, home goods, gourmet and gift stores on this list are some of...
  • Costs cut, safety undercut

    Until it collapsed in a financial crisis this spring, Simplicity Inc. was a case study in how companies can prosper in an increasingly globalized economy. In eight years' time, Simplicity's sales rocketed from about $350,000 to $70 million as it imported...
  • Baby on a budget

    Baby on a budget
    Recently 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....
  • Kids deals in Chicago and everywhere

    Kids deals in Chicago and everywhere
    The 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...