Are you looking to save money on a consistent basis? Then, you need to pick up some of the basic traits of a frugal person.
These money saving tips will save you thousands of dollars each year!
Saving money will lead to financial freedom. Just read this millionaire’s story on being frugal.
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I have always been a lover of gaining more knowledge. However, the way of learning didn’t matter to me – school, books, projects, trail and error. It was the end goal of learning something new. So, when I got a chance to review Amanda Kintz’s newly released book “Dirt Cheap Adult – a Millennial’s Guide
Shopping for clothes. As women, we may love to shop. But, then, the guilt factor may take over for the price of clothing. Sometimes it can be sticker shock. Or maybe you are paying off debt or trying to reach FIRE. So, how can you have a trendy, stylish wardrobe without spending a fortune? Can
Living on one income in a two income world. It is hard to overcome the emotions and the feelings of living with less money. However, it doesn’t have to be that way. It is easy to thrive when living on one income. But, life is about happiness – not money. Money doesn’t equal happiness. For
We have to eat daily. It is part of life. And if you have kids, they want to eat ALL THE TIME! Nod, if you understand. Smile, be thankful for all those hungry mouths to feed. Tackling the grocery budget can seem to be an overwhelming prospect. Is it possible to lower the grocery budget? Yes!
Let’s face it. Not everything sold in the stores is needed. There are plenty of “want” items as well as a lot of fluff. Many items sold in grocery stores today will wreck your grocery budget (and your health). Below you will find fifty plus items not to buy at the grocery store. I remember
Wondering… what is living below your means? You are in the right place! You will learn how to live below your means with the best personal finance tips. Living below your means is simply you have money left over at the end of the month. You’re not overspending money you don’t have. You are living