Thinking about purchasing an external hard drive? CD player? Wrist watch? Or cable TV? You might want to think twice! These are just a few of the items appearing on this massive list of things that are slated to become obsolete products soon.
There are people who enjoy finding a good deal, and then there are people who are just downright frugal about the way they spend money. Here, penny-pinching shoppers are sharing their favorite ways to save money on everything from watching TV & movies to doing laundry & cleaning. You'll find cheap travel ideas & tips for vacationing on a budget, everyday shopping tips for popular grocery, clothing & department stores, frugal ideas for birthday & holiday shopping, ways to save money on kids clothes & household items -- even tips for using coupons like a pro.
Yes, today it’s possible to fax online — without a fax machine! It’s simple to send, receive, sign, and edit faxes online & on-the-go using the HelloFax app on your phone or the Hello Fax webpage at any computer.
Winning the lottery can happen to anyone! True — but you might want to have a look at these lottery facts & lottery myths first BEFORE you buy lottery tickets. These lottery stories are eye-opening. Then, if you still want to play the lottery, I would encourage you to read these helpful articles about winning the lottery.
It’s so easy to watch TV without cable these days! I’ll show you how to get rid of cable boxes (and those high monthly fees!) so you can watch all the TV and movies online that you want… for FREE! I have personally checked all of these out and I know for a fact that they do work, and they are free.
Stay away from pre-made store-bought party trays! You can save tons of money by making your own food platters. Choose the veggies you like, make your own dip, and use items you probably already have in your kitchen to save money on party food & party supplies. Gone are the days where you need to buy meat & cheese platters from the store. There are so many tips and tricks here to help you make your own!
If you’re anything like me you most likely travel on a budget. I’ve learned some cool tips and tricks along the way that allow you to pay lower airline fees, save on your smartphone bills, and find cheap travel accommodations. Plan ahead if you have a vacation coming up to save the most money while on your trip.
You probably have everything to make diy window treatments lying around your house somewhere. Can you imagine how you’ll save money making curtains or diy blinds? I can tell you, you’ll save hundreds of dollars! Grab your old scarves, belts, jewelry, and the dimensions of your windows — put on your diy hat and get ready to save some money!
If you’re wondering how to save money for a house, I’ve got some simple and fun ideas for you! These ideas worked for me: turn your hobbies into money, use cash instead of credit cards, sell your old stuff, and 6 other great tips to try when saving money for a house. Think outside-the-box and start putting money aside for your down payment and closing costs on your first home.
Question: What’s the deal with Forever stamps? How can they last forever when the price of stamps increases all the time? Answer: If you have Forever Postage Stamps, you’re safe. In fact, you’ll earn a few extra pennies on those stamps if you buy them before the next postage rate increase. The bottom line: if you haven’t purchased Forever Postage Stamps before, you might want to now!
Chances are, you’ll want to send — or receive — a fax or two this year. Right? But you probably don’t do enough faxing to justify buying a fax machine and hooking up a separate fax line. Here’s how you can SEND and RECEIVE faxes online for FREE. Yep, you can send a free fax now!
Oh how I love making homemade gifts! Some gifts can be expensive to buy but cheap to make. You can drain your bank account when it comes to Christmas shopping or other gift-giving times. Are you tired of shopping online and want to save money? Gifts don’t have to be costly, especially when you make […]
Hit the thrift stores, ditch excessive gift wrapping, make your own holiday cards, and host a potluck party – all great you can enjoy Christmas on a budget this year!
I love saving money – especially when treating myself! Recently I planned a staycation close to home. I highly recommend these money-saving staycation ideas
Airline pricing glitches occur several times a year. Here’s how you can be one of the lucky ones and find a really great deal on cheap airline tickets!
You can save money on groceries by taking a second look at the items you buy. Here are 4 things you can make yourself instead of buying at the grocery store.
Watching movies just got a whole lot more affordable with these tips for saving money on movie tickets and movie rentals.
Here are some great tips for planning your own FREE clothes swap party, plus fun ideas to make your clothing swap party lots of fun… and unique!
Online bartering is VERY popular right now! Here’s what you need to know when it comes to exchanging goods or services with others who want to trade things online.
Here are some of the ways that you can give a little AND make a difference with stuff you already own.
Perhaps you’ve dabbled in frugal living in the past, but you never could completely adapt to living frugally year round. Well, here are 5 ways to develop a frugal living mindset and stick to it. The good part: you’ll be saving a whole lot of money soon!
Here are the best ways to organize coupons that I’ve found. My favorite is the 3-ring binder method mentioned here.
Have you been trying to figure out the best way to sell your things or buy from a local consignment business? If it seems like too much trouble, read these tips first. I bet you’ll change your mind!
How to save money on postage. Buying Forever Stamps might be one option… or not.
How to save $50 a month simply by changing the way you look at things. It’s not always about putting cash aside. It’s about changing the way you think and how you look at things, that’s all!
A recent study shows 4 types of consumers emerging from the recession. Pragmatic Spenders, Apathetic Materialists, Involuntary Penny-Pinchers, Steadfast Frugalists. Which are you?