Here are lots of fun ways you to start a magazine swap, including making a magazine swap part of your next party or social meeting. Then again, you could always just swap with a neighbor… it’s a great way to recycle magazines. There are definitely lots of fun ways to start a magazine swap!
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.
Normally, it’s up to you to watch prices in the stores and sales fliers, to see if an item you’ve purchased has recently gone on sale. But Price Protectr keeps track of your purchases and makes it a cinch to get your money back. The best part: This service is free!
A recent PBS program, Escape from Affluenza gave some intersting solutions to relieve stress, waste, over consumption, and environmental decay. Here are my favorite tips from the show and the accompanying website…
Do you buy day old groceries? I do… all the time. Here’s why…
An example of when it pays to be an impulse shopper… believe it or not.
A huge part of being thrifty for me is being natural. I find that when I focus on avoiding products that are toxic to either the environment or myself that I save a great deal of money. Here are some of the natural ways I use to save money…
I’ve found that thrift store clothing isn’t always a bargain. You have to do your homework, and know there are places you can get the same great prices on the exact same items.
Matthew from Defective Yeti shares ‘the best of the best tips’ from people who’ve been there, done that. People from a variety of professions have shared their behind-the-scenes secrets to success here in ‘Tricks of the Trade’.
Here are some little-known ways that you can save big when you’re shopping — both online and in stores. Check out these insider tips from the experts on how to shop smarter and save more money.