Author Archives: Antoinette Vitale

Book Bingo: A Game for Adventurous Readers

I know what you’re thinking. I love books and bingo so, so much . . . but how could I possibly combine them? You, my friend, are in luck, because you’re about to discover how to combine the majestic worlds of books and bingo in a game poetically called “Book Bingo.” It’s a game that […]

3 Ways to Establish Credit (And 4 Ways to Improve It)

By now, you probably know the irony of establishing credit. In order to prove your ability to pay back debts, you have to enter into debt first. It’s a frustrating situation, to be sure, but one that actually makes some sense. In order to feel truly confident about loaning out money, you’d want to be […]

8 Interesting and Bizarre Facts About July 4th

For a holiday as significant as the July 4th, it sure does have some bizarre history. You know how it works today. We hang out on a blazing hot day, cook more hot food over a hot grill, then watch fire explode in the sky. (I’m just now putting together all the “heat” aspects of […]

5 Tips for Achieving Financial Security

No one likes the fear of meeting disaster around the corner. This is true in all areas of life, and money is certainly no exception. The threat of finances spiraling out of control from a few hefty unforeseen bills or life circumstances produces anxiety for millions of people every day. Yet, people often live in […]

Read These 8 Tips Before Selling Your Home

You love your house, but it’s time to break up. Whether you’re moving to a new city, your family house outgrown the space, or you simply want a fresh place to come home to, you’re ready to sell your house. But it probably won’t be easy. Buyers today are more informed than ever, and if […]

How to Donate/Send Military Care Packages

Memorial Day, as you hopefully know, is a holiday celebrating the men and women who have died while serving in the U.S. military. It originated after the Civil War, America’s bloodiest conflict. A massive array of cemeteries were established, creating a unique season in American history where its citizens were unwittingly honoring its fallen soldiers […]