Browse below for posts on the following saving money topics:
- Getting Things Cheap
- Cutting Costs
- Frugal Living
From tax returns to Christmas gifts, decluttering has some significant and surprising financial benefits and is one of the best ways to get started on a frugal lifestyle.
Americans spend 5% of their income on eating out. Build the Ultimate counter strategy with lightning fast meals, make ahead foods, and a commercial arsenal.
Shopping lists help you get out of the store with what you need. What really saves us money though is our un-shopping list, or things we don’t buy.
There are many ways to save on groceries: meal plan, couponing, stretching food, etc. Did you know you could buy discounted generic milk and eggs as well?
Making your own pizza dough is not only very cheap, but pizzas are also a tasty way to use up oddball leftover ingredients in useless quantities.
The average cable bill rose to $103/m in 2016. But even that number doesn’t catch what you are REALLY paying. Here’s the breakdown and what to do instead.
With a little time and creativity, you can find most things for free. Here are 9 ways that I have had major success finding things I want for free.
5 Cheap DIY Halloween decorations that use supplies from around the house and keeps others out of the dump. Have the best decorations for practically free!
For just a few cents per loaf, you can have the best whole wheat sandwich bread I’ve ever had. It takes a while to make, but is fairly forgiving.
Homemade yogurt is extremely cheap and easy to make at home, but can save you tons of money when it comes to substituting out other dairy products.
My family has been winning costume contests for less than $1/costume (on average) every year with this 6 step process. Just look at the results!