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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Let’s face it. Airline baggage fees are here to stay. Gone are the days that you could bring as many bags on the plane as you wanted. The airline industry has changed. So, it is time to catch up and learn to save money on airline baggage fees. Still to this day, I remember purchasing
Meal planning for a month seems like a daunting task. Actually, something you would believe would be very overwhelming and time-consuming. You can barely figure out dinner for tonight. Let alone for tomorrow night! And now, you are wondering how in can I plan meals for the next month. It is something I have put
Monthly meal planning has been a game changer for our house! Honestly, it was something I never really planned on doing, but thankful that I have been forced into the monthly meal planning process. Very quickly, I realized that I needed a few templates to make sure I remember what groceries to buy for the
The cash envelope system can be a game changer for anyone struggling with money. It is the best way to only spend what you can actually afford. IN CASH! For many people, they can’t imagine ever spending money any other way than using the cash envelope system. While it is a game changer, you must
The word frugal has been given a bad connotation in today’s society. (Which honestly makes me sad.) Wouldn’t you want a few extra dollars? I know I do. Living a frugal lifestyle isn’t hard or difficult. It is about making choices. YOUR CHOICES. On how you want to spend your money. More or less, frugal
In my younger years, I would frivolously spend money just because I finally had money to spend. Obviously, the savings concept was completely foreign to me One of the main reasons that basic money principles need to be taught in school (or at least basic concepts of save, give, and the true cost of debt).