Lastest Stories by Katie Price

“Baby Boomers” is the term used to categorize the generation born between 1946 and 1954. Often referred to as “Boomers,” these individuals were born between the mid-1960s and...
Dollar stores are extremely popular across the country, even as there was backlash about raising prices to $1.25 from $1. Some report that there will be another raise in some stores in 2024 to $1.50...
Financially providing for a family is difficult right now, and a large portion of most Americans’ budgets go to household products. Not just food, but things like toilet paper, cleaner, laundry...
You spend your entire life working toward retirement, but what does that mean? Retirement isn’t a magic word for a savings account that appears once you hit the right age. It’s an action...
Nothing highlights the differences between generations quite like their taste in music. Many Gen Xers grew up as grunge music exploded onto the scene with bands like Nirvana and Pearl Jam. They also...
Rap and hip-hop music originated in the early 1970s as a minimalist sound that was contradictory to the formulaic and heavily orchestrated music coming from dance clubs and house parties. Since its...
Happiness is something different for everyone, which makes it hard to quantify. In such a big world, it’s easy to get lost in the things that happen only in your country. Even with poverty, war and...
Millennials don’t remember a time before the internet, and movies and TV shows have always been at their fingertips. This has made them huge media consumers including TV, movies and music. Many...
Pixar was a huge part of developing and producing animated films in the late 20th and early 21st centuries. Now a subsidiary of Disney, the company is known for its feel-good stories, lovable...
The day you get your hair cut, colored or styled by a professional is the day you feel most confident about how it looks. To bring that style home, you often have to invest in high-quality hair care...
The volatility of the real estate market has been a hot topic for years. Whether it’s the rise and fall of interest rates or the supply and demand issue, investors and homebuyers alike...
If there’s one thing that’s certain in life, it’s the fact that laundry will always be there. Whether you’re a mom of four or a corporate executive (or both), laundry is...
You don’t need to be a professional to try your hand at commercial real estate, and investing in any type of real estate is a great way to build wealth and gain assets. Known to provide some of...
Owning a home is part of the American dream, but seems more out of reach for upcoming generations as prices skyrocket, wages level off and interest rates continue to rise. With inflation rising and...
The “official” retirement age varies based on your birth year. Those born in 1943-1954 can officially retire at 66, while those born from 1955-1960 have an official retirement age of 67,...