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Celebrities savvy with savings

Life is full of surprises

Dayna Devon
TV's "Extra" correspondent is an avid eBay shopper

Bankrate: You have two small children now, so there are the costs of schools in the near future. Do you save for a rainy day?

Dayna Devon: Absolutely. Being in a recession-type economy, it affects everything. It affects Brent's practice because people stretch out their Botox treatments longer than they normally would. It affects the TV show because advertising goes up and down. So I'm always aware of that. Plus, I think television, in general, trains you to always be wary because things can end so quickly. I've had to learn that you do save for a rainy day and you always have to be careful.

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Lesson learned: Life is often unpredictable, so you have to prepare for the unexpected.

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