Anyone can pull off the hipster look without spending big bucks if they know where to shop, what to buy, and how to flaunt the attitude.
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Most of us struggle to save, but for some chronic savers, parting with cash is excruciating -- and so they deny themselves comfort and pleasure.
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Prices for patio furniture won't sink any lower, but if you're in the market for a refrigerator or a new set of wheels, patience is likely to pay.
Jeans, sports equipment or winter coats someone else has outgrown may be just exactly what your student needs, and at a fraction of the original cost.
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