How I Save Time and Money With Amazon Prime

In the mid-1990s, while working at a software company, I remember this sudden buzz springing up among the programmers about this amazing new online bookstore, Amazon.com (at the time, they only sold books). Back then, the idea of having such easy access to any programming book they could imagine was, well, unimaginable. My Amazon.com Addiction Oh, how things have changed since then. Now, when Continue Reading

Kasha with Bow Tie Pasta (Kasha Varnishkes)

oyveyaday.com ~ Kasha Varnishkes, Kasha and Bow Tie Pasta

This delicious recipe is one introduced to me by my friend, Felissa, at a holiday pot luck. This is a traditional dish that she makes for Jewish holidays. Since being introduced to it, it is a traditional dish that I make whenever I desire a tasty pasta dish with a bit more depth. This simple combination of kasha, pasta, onions and mushrooms creates a main dish that will fill you up and leave Continue Reading

The 52-Week Money Challenge and Beyond: Money Saving Tips for the New Year

oyveyaday.com ~ Saving Money

The 52-Week Money Challenge I’ve heard a lot of people talking about the 52-week money challenge. The goal of the 52 week challenge is to save the week number in dollars for each of the year's 52 weeks. For example, during week one (Dec 30, 2013 – Jan 6, 2014), you save $1.00, during week 26 (June 23-29), you save $26, during week 52 (Dec 22-28), you save $52.00. If you save the week number in Continue Reading

Fellowes Shredders Help Protect Against Identity Theft Before and After The Holidays #IDSafetySeason

Fellowes Shredder ~ oyveyaday.com

Holiday Shopping and Identity Theft Did you shop for gifts this holiday season using credit or debit cards? I think that most of us did. Do you shred your credit and debit card statements, or do you throw them out? If you are throwing them out, you are putting yourself at greater risk for identity theft. Holiday Cards/Letters and Identity Theft Did you send or receive holiday cards with cute Continue Reading