3 Tips For Buying Rare Coins

One of the most common times new coin collectors run into issues is after they begin researching which coins are worth the most and decide to invest in these coins. They'll pick up coins that they feel they can get a large return on once they resell only to run into difficulties later on. In order to avoid this trap, it pays to invest wisely. Follow these three tips when buying coins to avoid as many pitfalls as possible: Read More 

How To Design Your Own Customized Jewelry

Even with a lot of design options when it comes to jewelry, it can still be difficult to find the perfect piece. In this situation, customizing your jewelry is a great option, since it gives you the opportunity to choose each part of the design. However, before you can order a customized piece, you need to figure out what type of piece you truly want. Pick a Material After you have a jewelry piece in mind, such as a necklace, bracelet or ring, you need to choose the material for the piece. Read More 

Investing In Junk Silver: A Hidden Goldmine

If you've been considering investing in silver, you might think that your only option is to buy silver bullion. That's not true. There is a very popular alternative that involves buying old coins that were high in silver. The U.S. mint used to make coins with a high percentage of silver. These coins were not created to be bullion, but rather regular coins. They were used in everyday transactions. Coin collectors only value certain years and only if the coins are in very good condition. Read More 

Give Your Husband Something Unique This Christmas

Does it often seem like it is hard to buy the man in your life something he'll actually use and enjoy? Many men just go out and buy whatever they need to and, when it's time to talk about gifts, they may make light of it by saying something like, "I'd rather you save the money than buy me a present." However, if you're creative and put yourself to the task, you can give your husband a gift he'll truly love. Read More 

Moving On: Getting Something Valuable Out Of An Ended Relationship

Part of life is expecting that sometimes relationships do not work out. Just because it is all said and done, it does not mean that you have to walk away with nothing other than the ability to say you know what a bad union looks like and can now avoid it going forward. The end of a relationship that did not work out can just mean a new beginning on a different path that was unexpected. Read More