• Walmart is letting its employees wear jeans — but the dress code change isn't as great as it may seem
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    Kerry Justich

    Walmart is letting its employees wear jeans — but the dress code change isn't as great as it may seem

    The retail chain announced that some stores would be testing a revised uniform that allows for blue jeans, jeggings, chinos, skorts, and shirts of any solid color.

  • Why this mom is charging her five-year-old 'rent'
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    Jessica Ankomah

    Why this mom is charging her five-year-old 'rent'

    "I explained to her that in the real world most people spend most of their paycheck on bills with little to spend on themselves."

  • Playboy model rides the subway covered in money to give back
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    Yahoo Style

    Playboy model rides the subway covered in money to give back

    A Playboy model, Victoria Xipolitakis from Argentina, recently rode the New York City subway covered in dollar bills to give away.

  • Upbeat music makes you buy more when shopping
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    Maggie Parker

    Upbeat music makes you buy more when shopping

    There's a reason stores play upbeat music while you shop: You're more likely to buy more.

  • Why are we still so offended by the idea of a man wearing make-up?
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    Yahoo Style UK

    Why are we still so offended by the idea of a man wearing make-up?

    People seem to care more about Emmanuel Macron wearing make up than how much he's spending.

  • Your personality type influences how you shop
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    Leah Prinzivalli

    Your personality type influences how you shop

    A study of low-income people showed that people are more likely to buy things they can't necessarily afford if they're extroverts.

  • Do Money Arguments Doom Your Relationship to Failure?
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    Yahoo Style

    Do Money Arguments Doom Your Relationship to Failure?

    A new survey reveals what most couples argue about when it comes to money and how having open conversations about finances can help the relationship.

  • Model 'determined' to look like Kim Kardashian spends £140,000 on surgery
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    Alice Sholl

    Model 'determined' to look like Kim Kardashian spends £140,000 on surgery

    She's ignoring surgeons' warnings to not go through with further surgery.

  • The Better You Dress, the Better Your Service and Tip, Says Study
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    Maggie Parker

    The Better You Dress, the Better Your Service and Tip, Says Study

    Restaurant servers tend to provide better service to formally dressed patrons when compared with casually dressed customers, according to a study.

  • Bye bye, shopping: How I plan to cut monthly spending by $225
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    Krista Thurrott

    Bye bye, shopping: How I plan to cut monthly spending by $225

    You can blame it on living in a new, bigger city, but looking at my bank account and doing the math provided a very harrowing reflection of my needless spending over the last three months. One night my sister and mother FaceTimed me as they went “shopping” in my closet at home, rummaging through the things that didn’t make the move with me. Their amazement at the amount of clothing still with tags on, and makeup products left unopened, forced me to realize my shopping addiction had gotten out of hand last year. As I sifted through my bank accounts, my heart was heavy as the number grew. ...

  • Woman sparks huge debate after asking family to chip in to Christmas dinner
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    Lauren Sharkey

    Woman sparks huge debate after asking family to chip in to Christmas dinner

    Christmas is the most expensive time of the year. It’s statistically proven with the average family spending around £800 in the festive period.

  • This Is The Biggest Engagement Ring You’ll Ever Clap Eyes On
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    Alice Sholl

    This Is The Biggest Engagement Ring You’ll Ever Clap Eyes On

    [Photo: Instagram/Gem Hunt]

  • What this stranger did for these two kids in Walmart will warm your heart
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    Erica Rae Chong

    What this stranger did for these two kids in Walmart will warm your heart

    Heather Nock was having a difficult month. Strapped for cash, Heather and her two kids visited their local Walmart in Meadville, Penn. to pick up new booster seats and clothes. The kids had to reluctantly return the booster seats they had already picked out, but 15 minutes later as the group were looking at clothes, a man approached Nock with both booster seats in a Walmart bag — already paid for.

  • Dietitian tricks: 11 ways to save money on food and groceries!
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    Robin Arora-Desilet, Yahoo Health & Nutrition Blogger

    Dietitian tricks: 11 ways to save money on food and groceries!

    Being a registered dietitian who switches cities every few years because of her’s husband’s career, I don’t exactly lead a lavish lifestyle. Like many other households, saving money is a necessity. The problem? I love food.

  • Should You Discuss How Much You Earn With Friends?
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    Kim Easton Smith

    Should You Discuss How Much You Earn With Friends?

    Good friends can talk about anything, from embarrassing sex tales to intimate health concerns, but when it comes to money, it can be a totally different story. Leadership psychologist and director of the White Water Group, Averil Leimon, believes that women should absolutely be discussing how much they earn, both to ‘egg each other on’ and also to arm themselves with ammunition for better wage negotiations - to close the pay gap and ensure women are getting a fair deal. “Conversations between friends can be very, very open, but it often seems like discussing money is the last taboo,” she tells us.

  • It’s Tax Day! 9 Stylish Celebrities Who Didn’t Pay Up
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    Sam Lane

    It’s Tax Day! 9 Stylish Celebrities Who Didn’t Pay Up

    On Tax Day many people ignore their bill from Uncle Sam, including the occasional multimillionaire celebrity. Here are the most famous tax evaders in history.

  • Women in Singapore Spend $1K Every Month on Shoes
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    Nora Crotty

    Women in Singapore Spend $1K Every Month on Shoes

    Of that $204,000, nearly 59 percent, or $120K, is spent on pricy designer shoes. In comparison, a 2014 study found that the typical American gal shills out approximately $20,557 on shoes in her lifetime — nearly $124,000 less than her Singaporean counterparts. Then again, women in Singapore do live, on average, four years longer than Americans.

  • 10 Canadian women who (probably) won’t make it onto the new bills -- but should!
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    Yahoo Canada Style

    10 Canadian women who (probably) won’t make it onto the new bills -- but should!

    By Simone Olivero and Erica Rae Chong Prime Minister Justin Trudeau recently announced that an “iconic Canadian woman” will appear on the next issue of bank notes.  “A Canadian woman will be featured on the very first of the next series of bills expected in 2018,” Trudeau said. “Today, on International Women’s Day, the Bank of Canada is taking the first step by launching public consultations to select an iconic Canadian woman to be featured on this new bill.” So far, votes have been pouring in for various historical figures, saints, activists and artists but we thought it would be fun to look at some of the other iconic Canadian women who (likely) won’t make the cut. 

  • Mom Defends Spending More Than $2K on 300 Gifts for 3 Kids
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    Jennifer O'Neill

    Mom Defends Spending More Than $2K on 300 Gifts for 3 Kids

    Emma Tapping isn’t afraid to indulge her children — and she doesn’t care who disapproves.