While students don’t necessarily have a car on their back-to-school shopping list, when they do, it’s safe to say that they’re “budget constrained” – and that their parents will want safety and dependability. So that gem with the loud exhaust and fast-and-furious spoiler strapped to the trunk is probably a no-go. Instead, think affordable style. Here are nine great used cars that just might occupy the crossroads where young drivers, their parents, and their budget can meet:
One of the biggest unnecessary costs when it comes to the grocery store is impulse buying. Cut down on this problem by always making sure to shop after you've eaten, this way avoiding delicious but unnecessary temptations, and saving you money.
Ecotality's Blink network seems a little worse for wear. Despite a fat government contract, some of the company's electric plug-in charging stations have been found out of order, and their 1-800 number operators are little help.
Make and freeze your own vegetable stock using veggie kitchen scraps.
Their differences are slight, both are perfect for celebrating Mardi Gras Lousiana-style. This duck and andouille sausage gumbo is comfort food with a Creole/Cajun kick.
Shelves that allow anyone to take or leave a book are a hit in cities and suburbs, including Cologne.