Category Archives: prices

Energy saving tips to lower your electricity bill

During the summer, I’m all about staying cool. During the winter, I’m all about the heat. And in the end, it’s reflected in my electricity bill. NY’s heating bill averaged in as one of the highest in the nation. The … Continue reading

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Black Friday Shopping in New York City: A Deal or Don’t

It’s three weeks until Black Friday–that notoriously chaotic day after Thanksgiving, which signals the Christmas shopping season is here. Each year, frantic shoppers take to the streets as early as the crack of dawn to snag deeply discounted clothes, electronics and household … Continue reading

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Do we need a food police?

Its no secret that America has an obesity problem. We spend half of our money on food,  and the other half is spent trying to lose weight. But is government the solution to our burgeoning bellies? According to several of … Continue reading

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Pricey Prices for Secondhand

At Goodwill in Manhattan, a no-label plaid shirt runs me about $4 and at Salvation Army it’s $5. Buffalo Exchange, a vintage store selling designer and high street wear, asks for a whopping $10 for the trend. Aren’t they all … Continue reading

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