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How to repair your own clothes with visible mending

If your favourite pair of pants is on its last legs, don’t rush to grab the scissors and turn them into shorts—try the Japanese mending technique called “Sashiko.”

Save money on renos with this price-matching hack

Did everyone you know become an amateur handy-person overnight during the pandemic? If you want to jump on the DIY train without paying full price, this money hack is for you, friends!

How to hit the slopes for less

Skiing is one of Canada’s most popular winter activities, but between lift passes, gear and the après bill, it can also be one of the most expensive. Tack on inflation, and you’re looking at a pretty costly cold-weather hobby.

If you wanna hit the slopes too, here are some tips and tricks to “shred the gnar” on a budget.

Give the gift of restored photos for a few bucks

If you’re racking your brain trying to think of the perfect gift for grandma, it might be sitting on her mantle. 

You used to call me on my VoIP phone

Tired of screening your phone calls after 5 pm? If your personal line doubles as your business extension, it might be time to get a second phone number.

How to save money when sending Christmas cards

How to win at Winners

Ho-ho-hold the phone! There are going to be fewer presents under the tree this year? That’s the sad truth, at least according to Deloitte Canada’s retail holiday outlook, which forecasts Canadians will cut their gift budget by 17% and focus on shopping for deals this holiday season. 

Clothing care hacks to keep you looking fine

The trick to building a good wardrobe is quality over quantity. You want to invest in well-constructed pieces made from high-end materials that you can keep in your closet for years to come.