Thursday, February 28, 2019

Where to buy books for cheap in Canada?

You might be looking for Canadian sites where you could buy books for cheap. In this post I am going to offer you three options with their inconveniences and advantages. In the end it will be up to you to decide which one or ones to use for your book purchases.

First, I will have to agree that smartphones and tablet have replaced print books only partially. Even though they are telling time and again that print books will go extinct, I don't think that will ever happen. For instance, I cannot use cookbooks or photography books from my Android tablet. I want to have such books in their usual, aka print format.

Second, buying paper books (well, electronic ones too!) is not cheap. Luckily, we can get some savings when we buy books online. Here are three options to books for less expensive when you purchase them online.

Amazon Canada

No one can compare themselves with Amazon.ca when it comes to choice and volume. You can find virtually any book on Amazon.ca. From that perspective Amazon.ca has established itself as the largest book store ever!

Being big and working online have their own benefits: you don't have to pay all those costs that regular brick-and-mortar stores incur. Therefore, you can afford shaving off a couple of dollars to offer some savings to readers.

For instance, these 2 fresh cookbooks are priced reasonably on Amazon.ca.


The Oh She Glows Cookbook: Vegan Recipes To Glow From The Inside Out

Price on Amazon.ca: $14.67
Price in store: $29.00

Wednesday, January 30, 2019

Increase Your Home's Value by 25% with These Tips

Are you planning to sell your home? Is your dream to get a good gain off this sale? Read these tips below that will help you increase your home's value by up to 25%. We've consulted a number of sources, including the Consumer Reports Magazine as well as a number of personal finance websites. In this post we've gathered only relevant tips and ideas for Canadians.


Thursday, January 17, 2019

Opportunity Cost or How a Broken Fridge Can Turn into an Expensive Kitchen Makeover

Have you ever thought about about the difference about an expensive item and a lower-priced counterpart? The difference is not just the amount of money, but also what you can do with this money sitting between, say, a $1,000 leather jacket and a $400 one.

The $600 difference between the two jackets is the monthly payment on your car lease, the monthly insurance on your car, and a lunch out with your kids. No bad, right?