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Angela Colley

Angela Colley is a freelance writer living in New Orleans, Louisiana with a background in mortgage and real estate. Her interests include animal rights advocacy, green living, mob movies and finding the best deal on everything. She blames her extreme passion for never paying full price on two parents that taught her that a penny saved is two pennies if invested wisely.

Zillow Review – Your One-Stop Website for Real Estate

Buying a home or renting an apartment is a big commitment, and not an easy one to make. There are many choices, and between choosing from available homes, real estate agents, and lenders, it...
Leftover Rotisserie Chicken Recipes

5 Leftover Rotisserie Chicken Recipes to Save Time & Money

With New Year's coming up, I've been thinking about my New Year's resolutions. Last year, one of my resolutions was to stop eating fast food, and I held steadfast for three weeks. Then, in...
Donate Clothes Box

Where to Donate Used or Old Clothes to Charity

I have a bad habit of buying clothes and never wearing them, or buying something specifically for one occasion and never wearing it again. As a result, I always seem to have a closet...
Donate Used Furniture

Where to Donate Used Furniture to Charity

A few months ago, I decided that buying furniture online would be an ideal way to refurnish my house. However, when the pieces started to arrive, I quickly realized that much of my older furniture...
Stores Offer Layaway

What Is Layaway – Pros & Cons and Stores That Offer Layaway Plans

The holiday season usually puts retailers in the black, but as the recession drags on, retailers have seen a slump in their holiday sales. With consumers buying fewer and less expensive gifts, creating homemade...
Donate Used Books

Where to Donate Used Books – 10 Places to Start

I love books. I stop at every bookstore I pass and usually pick up at least one new book, if not more. My love of books is no secret, and friends and family always...
Eco Friendly Dog Products Supplies

48+ Best Organic & Eco-Friendly Dog Products and Supplies

As an environmentally conscious person (sometimes a little too conscious), I spend a good amount of time trying to lower my carbon footprint. When I adopted my dog, I was a bit disappointed in...
Find Job Online Craigslist

How to Find a Job Online Using Craigslist – 16 Step Process

As a freelancer, I'm on the hunt for a new gig more than most people and I've found quite a few through Craigslist over the years. Craigslist has become a haven for people looking...
Dog Food Recipes Organic Treats

10 Healthy Homemade Dog Food Recipes and Organic Treats

When I adopted my dog a few years ago, I kept feeding her the same commercial brand of dog food she had eaten at the kennel. A few months after, she started to develop...
Tips Buying Furniture Online

21 Tips for Buying Furniture Online

Shortly after moving into my new house, I decided that my days of hand-me-downs were over and that I wanted to invest in some nicer furniture. But since I'm cheap, places like Ethan Allen...
Exercise Workout Without Gym

13 Ways to Exercise & Work Out Without a Gym Membership

A while ago, I joined a gym. I admit that I was swayed by all of the shiny equipment and the promise of a cheap introductory promotional rate. Being a gym member has its advantages....
Cheap Meal Ideas

7 Cheap & Easy Meal Ideas for Families

Lately, I've been a little obsessed with the cost of food. It all started when I decided to track my spending for one month. During the month, my total expenditures were about the same, but...