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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Yep, did you know you don’t have to spend any money at Christmas?!?! Want to make Christmas on a Zero budget? It is a crazy thought in today’s society. But, it is a lovely thought on the other hand. And completely possible! For me personally, I would rather spend time with my loved ones rather
One of the basic expenses in life surrounds food. The options on how to consume our food are endless and that is a complete blessing. You can cook your own food, grab takeout, pick up food from a speciality store, or patron your favorite restaurant. Whatever you need to do to fill your belly. For
Hi! Today, I have Jennifer Bigler is the blogger behind Living Freely Gluten Free. Grocery budget is the most common struggle I hear when it comes to budgeting. I am thankful for Jennifer for sharing tips to manage the grocery budget with food allergies. Enjoy this guest post! Finding out that you or a family member has
I am always looking for ways to save money. The reason why I love saving money is it frees up money to be used for another purpose – like travel or help us reach financial freedom sooner. Many of my friends think I am some money saving genius. However, it isn’t that at all. I
Becoming thrifty is a great feeling. It helps you to learn how to be self-sufficient and less reliant on the outside world. Plus, with all of the thrifty tips and tricks, you will learn awesome saving money tips. For most people, a thrifty lifestyle is one that is learned over time. Our grandparents and generations
Lifestyle creep is a real thing! Plus it easy for it to slowly creep into your lives without even realizing it. Seriously…lifestyle creep can sweep in and take over without a blink of an eye. It is simple, gradual spending that seems “normal” until it has completely knocked you off course. Lifestyle creep is overspending