Angela Colley

Angela Colley

My personal tag line might be, “There is probably a coupon for that.” At a young age, I mistook my parent’s coupon clipping for a game and I wanted to treasure hunt at the grocery store when I grew up. Now, I’m a freelance personal finance writer living in New Orleans, and while I realize there aren’t games to play at the grocery store, I still see saving money as kind of a big kid treasure hunt. When I’m not deal hunting, you can usually find me at a dog park, a local festival, or in my kitchen trying to master cooking.

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Don’t Pay to Find Lost Money

In one recent year, people claimed $2.25 billion they hadn’t realized was owed to them. Unclaimed money is easy to find once you know where to look.

17 Ways to Slash Your Water Bill

Water bills are likely to increase across the U.S. in coming years, in some places by a lot. Now’s the time to develop water-saving habits to reduce future costs.

7 Ways to Save at Bed and Breakfasts

If you’re in need of a mini-vacation to relax and recharge, a bed and breakfast might be the ticket. Here’s how to make it more affordable.