Watching movies just got a whole lot more affordable with these tips for saving money on movie tickets and movie rentals.
If you're thrifty like us, then you're always looking for frugal tips to save more money. Nothing feels better than knowing you've gotten a good deal! Here are some really great frugal tips that we've tried and tested.
At dollar stores, while most of the items are $1, NOT all of the items are a bargain! Here’s how to tell when dollar store products are a good bargain or not…
Lots of frugal ideas to help you save money each time you go to the grocery store.
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.
My own tips for finding the best bargains at dollar stores. Plus, creative tips for shopping at dollar stores from others who’ve fine-tuned the process of shopping at the dollar store semi-regularly.
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!
Want to know the best days to shop for particular items? Like knowing what the best way to save money is? Here’s what you should buy and on which days if you want to save money!
Smart shopping is necessary at the grocery store to make sure you don’t spend more than you need to. Knowing a few tips can help you save money every time you make the trip. This article lists 10 easy ways to save money at the grocery store that everyone can apply.
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!
Here’s a list of things you should NEVER pay full price for… especially since you can usually find new — or next to new — items at drastically reduced prices if you just look in the right places.
A recent study shows 4 types of consumers emerging from the recession. Pragmatic Spenders, Apathetic Materialists, Involuntary Penny-Pinchers, Steadfast Frugalists. Which are you?
Simple ways to keep your brain from telling you that it’s okay to spend more than you really want to when you’re out shopping.
Organize your home, save big money. See how organizing and decluttering your house actually saves you money in the long run.
Save your hard earned dollars by getting free stuff to replace the stuff you would normally buy!
If you’re wondering how to save money on groceries — you’re going to love this list of suggestions and tips for saving money on groceries. Consider bulk-buying, pay attention to off-brand items, and make sure you finish all items before you buy new ones. These are seriously easy tips you probably have overlooked.
Check out these websites that you can visit before you go to the grocery store! They’ll help you save money.
Learn one way that you can cut the cost of doing laundry in half, simply by taking one extra step with your dryer sheets.
How much do you know about barter websites? I’ve got the best information for bartering “newbies” including 2 popular personal trading websites explained and business trade websites reviewed. What you need to know about barter and trade sites and how the barter system works online.
I love free stuff… to a certain degree. But I also think you should be aware of what those free things will really cost you. Here are some ripoffs to watch out for…
Check with your grandma — she has tried and true ways to save money. Why? Because many of our grandparents were alive during the great depression. Therefore, they have a great deal of knowledge about how to cut corners and save money. Here are savings tips from Grandma…
Here are some ideas for frugal party planning, no matter what the occasion… We cover food, decorations, invitations, and more.
Cutting back on expenses and saving a little money here & there doesn’t mean sucking all of the enjoyment from your life. You can still get ice cream treats with your family. You can still have the occasional shopping spree. On those days when I feel that I will burst if I cannot spend some money, here’s what I do…
I seem to have developed a standard uniform for everyday dress. I am sure other frugal people can attest to this. For me, the frugal uniform consists of dressing primarily in comfortable black slacks and black or white shirts. For others, it may mean wearing jeans and t-shirts. I know a few frugal men who stick to gray and navy slacks with white shirts.
As I’ve become more and more frugal, I’ve also become more prone to collect clutter. My family members don’t get it. So, to combat my family’s nonchalant attitude about tossing out useful items, I have become a garbage snoop. Here are just a few of the things my family has forced me to do to save money…