Being a teenager isn't easy for anyone. But when you're a memer of a famous and powerful family, it can get really complicated. Here's the final installment of CNN Fredricka Whitfield's 'Face to Face' inteview with Katherine Schwarzenegger.
Teen angst and peer pressure are difficult to deal with, even for a typical kid. But when you have the last name 'Schwarzenegger' the experience is decidedly unique. Here's more of CNN Fredricka Whitfield's 'Face to Face' interview with Katherine Schwarzenegger.
Katherine Schwarzenegger is a member of a powerful and famous family who has managed to empower herself by overcoming serious insecurities. CNN's Fredricka Whitfield talks with the daughter of California Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger and journalist Maria Shriver in a 'Face to Face' interview.
Hamburgers are enjoying a modern renaissance as hip, new spots redefine the classic comfort food. We hit up a few, like Googie Burger and Flip Burger Boutique, and then we invited the guys from Atlanta's new Yeah! Burger to join us in the studio to chow down.
From finance expert Clyde Anderson:
In a challenged economy it can be hard for many to make ends meet, so sticking to a budget or even having a budget becomes unrealistic. People often throw their hands up in defeat when it appears they don’t have enough to take care of the necessities of life. The interesting thing is that if you do take the high road and face your financial situation head on, you are more likely to overcome the situation instead of allowing the situation to overcome you. Many of us have been broke - translation: lacking funds to cover the necessities. In those lean times you learn how to stretch a dollar, but you have to have a plan and be prepared in order to succeed. I know it sounds far-fetched that I can be broke and still have a plan for my finances. The thing is, this is the time a plan is needed more than ever.
5 things you can do to assist with building that budget when your broke:
Avoid immediate danger by contacting your creditors before they contact you
Review credit card payments so you know exactly how much you owe
Prioritize your bills – Understand that everything won’t get paid, but the most important must be paid first
Ignore 10% savings rule – It doesn’t make sense to save 10% if you’re paying 20% in interest
Eliminate unnecessary expenses – Begin to cut back on things you won’t miss
By following these five basic steps, you are on you way to making a dollar out of 15 cents.
Look for Clyde Anderson's Home School segments in the 6 o'clock hour of CNN Saturday Mornings with T.J. Holmes.
Have you ever gone to one of those big electronic stores with a plan to buy quick gift, and get stuck feeling overwhelmed with all the choices? Take a look at this:
Look for Mario Armstrong's everything tech segments in the 8 o'clock hour of CNN Saturday Mornings with T.J. Holmes.
You know you've thought about it, maybe even done it. We're talking about giving a gift someone gave you to someone else - as if it were bought just for them. When is it ok? Or is it ever ok?
Look for T.J. Holmes weekend mornings in the CNN Newsroom, 6am ET/ 3am PT.