Regina Novickis is a savings expert with a passion for helping people make easy money decisions without drastically altering their lifestyle. She has shared her advice with consumers throughout the U.S. and Canada, having appeared on more than 200 national and local television interviews. She holds a B.A. in English from UCLA and was a member of Alpha Phi. In her personal time, Regina loves reading, airplanes, donuts and is passionate about animal rescue and her dog, Cricket.
It’s that time of year when many of us take to our closets to make room for a refreshed wardrobe. But there’s one very important spot not to miss – your lingerie drawer!
I’ll admit that St. Patrick’s Day was not one of my favorite holidays growing up. I’m sure that many have a contrary opinion, but what I remember most was being subjected to my mom’s infamous “corned beef and cabbage.”
In my job as a savings expert with PromotionalCodes.com, I get to travel quite a bit from city to city. But since the focus of my travel is to teach consumers how to save,
I got engaged in late November, and I am so happy about getting married. What I have been less excited about is wedding-planning.
Is it better to shop at warehouse clubs like Sam’s Club, Costco, or BJ’s Wholesale for everyday goods or your neighborhood grocery store?
A friend of mine recently changed jobs and during the period in which she was ineligible for her new employer’s health plan, she opted to take her chances without insurance.
When it comes to holiday trees, everyone has a preference. I travel quite a bit for work and my actual Christmas will be spent at my parents’ house.
I like Black Friday. A lot. I just don’t love it as much as Cyber Monday. Long lines, congested parking lots, doorbusters that sell out before you can even get to them … the list goes on and on.
The countdown to Black Friday savings is on, and this year, retailers such as Macy's, Walmart, JCPenney and Best Buy are starting their sales early, opening doors on Thanksgiving night.