A staple in frugal pantries the world over, cabbage is full of nutrients, low in pesticides, and inexpensive. Add cabbage to your diet with one of these classic preparations.
Tired of trying to make chicken breast interesting? The humble and affordable chicken leg quarter offers the frugal cook lots of flavor, lots of value, and lots of variety.
That old couch ain't much to look at and it's worse to sit in, but it doesn't have to be that way. Refresh it with these simple hacks.
Refinishing your grandmother's old dresser might be a terrible idea. Learn when you should refinish wood furniture, and when you should use a professional.
Fresh fruits and vegetables are good for you...but less so if they're covered in pesticides. Shop smart to reduce your exposure and still save money.
It's not always easy to say no to the people you love. Reclaim your time while keeping your relationships with these five ways to say "nay."
You don't have to be an extreme couponer to find great deals online. Learn how to get major discounts on online purchases, every day.
Before you start a DIY home renovation project, consider this question — are you really the right person for the job?
Yes, you CAN grow your own food. These easy-to-grow herbs and vegetables will thrive even if you've got the blackest of thumbs.
Keep your home clean AND your kid happy with these tricks for corralling your child's clutter.
Your wedding registry is your ultimate wish list, so think carefully about what you put on it. Follow this guide to ensure you get useful, long-lasting stuff.
Delicious appetizers are part of what make parties awesome — and what can make them expensive, too. Keep costs down with these recipes.
Whether you're chasing after kids or rushing home from work, if you're short on time, pre-made pesto can be your ticket to a quick, healthy, and delicious meal.
Looking for secondhand treasure? Knowing the pros and cons of each type of thrift store can help you decide where to shop.
If you're in college, check out these flexible gigs that can get you some extra cash — and important resume-building experience.
From the dry desert to the humid woods, paying attention to your climate when you landscape can benefit both your wallet and the environment.
For one writer, having her first child hasn't just taught her a lot about parenting — it's also provided some great lessons about life.
Your freezer can be an amazing source for quick, healthy, and ready-to-eat meals — especially if you have a little one on the way.
You know about the miraculous properties of baking soda and vinegar, but there are plenty more effective, all-natural cleaners you might already have around.
That little bundle of joy can cost you a big wad of cash. Discover great ways to give your baby everything she needs while saving a few bucks.
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