Holiday shopping season can be a hectic time of year and even more so when you’re tight on cash. Fear not fellow shoppers,this doesn’t mean that your gift giving ideas have to take a hit. There are many ways you can use your monetary limitations to your advantage, becoming more creative and market savvy. Here are four tips to get you started.
The on-demand economy is growing exponentially, and this growth does not seem to be going anywhere quickly. Today, countless companies are coining themselves as the “Uber of X” and disrupting the way traditional industries operate to make our lives easier, more efficient, and more convenient. The rapid growth of the on-demand sector proves that consumers crave the “instant gratification” lifestyle and the interest in on-demand services shows no signs of slowing down.
Gone makes it delightfully easy to sell your unwanted electronics, but buying electronics online from sites such as Craigslist and eBay can be hit-or-miss. Buying used electronics is an easy and environmentally-friendly way to save money however we tend to worry that we might get a bad deal on what seemed to be a great steal. Relying on insufficient, one-sided information can be risky business so here are some things to keep in mind when looking for a new (old) laptop or phone.
It’s holiday shopping time! With Black Friday, Cyber Monday, and the holiday season right around the corner, it’s time to start planning how to get the best deals on all things tech. Whether you want to treat your friends or family or just upgrade your old electronics to the newest model, you’re going to want to pay attention to the holiday discounts. Since you’re probably overwhelmed by the massive amounts of commercials, pop-ups, ads, and referrals from friends, we’ve simplified the holiday shopping season for you by finding the 6 best tips to getting great deals on all electronics this holiday season.
Halloween is a holiday to be a kid again by gorging on candy, playing dress up, and spooking your friends. One of the biggest benefits of this holiday is that you avoid a lot of the muss and fuss that comes with other holidays, i.e. cooking big meals or extensive gift shopping. All the work that leads up to Halloween lies mainly in the creation of your costume.
When you declutter your home you can not only save space, but also declutter your mind. Stress and clutter are strictly correlated and too much stuff can weigh you down. The key to decluttering is starting small and implementing easy daily routines that will help you change your perception about things and eliminate clutter over time. Choose one area of your life or home you wish to declutter and get to work with one of these simple declutter life hacks.
Today we are excited to announce a complete Gone redesign on iOS. The new Gone is designed to make selling your unwanted items the simplest experience yet. We’ve revolutionized the process of selling online by removing all of the hassles involved with making a sale, giving you more time to do the things you love and more money with which to do them. The new Gone introduces a cleaner, smoother selling experience complemented with updated fonts, a fresh color scheme, and a brand-new icon. Here’s a full look at the new Gone.
Every year, a new group of students exits college and enters the workforce, hoping that the piece of paper that they paid many other pieces of paper for will set them apart. While it may get them a solid entry-level job at a Fortune 500 company, it also cost a fortune to attain. Every year the story is the same: I wouldn’t trade that experience for anything, but I’m broke! One way students can recoup some of this money is to sell the stuff they still have from college that they no longer need, here are a few tips to get you started in that process: