Does it ever feel like you can’t keep up with your inbox, that the email just keeps coming and coming? It might not be your imagination. Retailers are sending 20 percent more email than they did a year ago.
Most people are trying to eat healthier, and more products than ever are promising to help them do just that. The challenge is figuring out which claims are real, and which ones are hype.
Among people with jobs, who works harder, men or women? And who’s more honest? A new poll has some surprising results.
Going on vacation is supposed to be relaxing, but air travel can be anything but.
If there’s one optical illusion women would love to achieve, it’s dressing to look slimmer. There are so many styles, designs and colors to choose from – and the ones you choose can make all the difference in the way you look.
A new law in place could have an adverse effect on stay-at-home parents applying for a new credit card.
Did you get a present during the holidays that you don’t really want? If you’re thinking about re-gifting it, there are some rules to follow so it doesn’t backfire.
Can New Year’s resolutions really make a difference in our health when it comes to reversing the consequences of some of our bad, long term habits?
It’s been described as the ‘Netflix’ of toys; “Toygaroo” lets parents rent toys for a fraction of what they would cost to buy.
Everyone knows it’s rude to ask someone’s salary, but what some credit card companies are doing may be even worse – they’re guessing. A deep discount when you open a store credit card or a zero percent financing deal for a new living room. Lenders make decisions on thousands of these offers every day.
Every time a debit card is used to buy something, the retailer is charged a fee. It might be pennies on a cup of coffee, but it adds up to billions of dollars for the banks.
You’ve got five free minutes, but 10 things that need to get done immediately. So, what do you do? Most people in that situation try to perfect the art of multi-tasking. We’re all doing it more than ever, but research indicates we might not really be getting ahead.