Jeff Yeager is the author of The Ultimate Cheapskate's Road Map to True Riches and Ultimate Cheapskate.
The common line is that it's better to repair than replace, but that's not always true. Here's how to figure out what you should do when something breaks.
10 easy ways to save $1,650 a year--the cost of an average American vacation.
Good-for-you food doesn't need to be expensive. These 50 healthy eats can be purchased for under $1 a pound.
Why throw aluminum foil away when you can use them to sharpen scissors, reduce static cling, and protect your plants!
Did you know that people who pay for fast food using a credit card spend 50% more than those who pay with cash? That, and a whole lot more shocking statistics after the jump.
Fabric softener sheets: My wife loves them but I think they are a waste of money. Rather than argue with my wonderful wife, I found some creative ways to reuse spent fabric softene
Here are 20 creative ways to repurpose today's worn out nylon pantyhose. Use them to shine your shoes, scrub your valuables, or reduce your heating bills!
A little spending moderation can't hurt this holiday season, and it might even put us back in touch with the true spirit and ideals of the season. Here's how to enjoy the holidays
Americans buy more than one billion pounds of pumpkins at Halloween, and the vast majority of those end up in the trash. But at my house, we eat our jack-o-lantern, every last bit
If you've not been on a bicycle since you were a kid, maybe this is the summer to rediscover the joy and freedom of what it arguably the fastest machine ever invented by man. It's
U.S. lawn care services is a $12 billion annual industry. Why not reduce the size of your lawn and save money, time and the environment too?
With the average American family of four spending almost $4,000 per year on clothing, think of the money you can save by extending the life of your clothes and hanging onto them lo
Want to save money and protect the environment while on vacation? Get eco-friendly and genuine travel experiences by following these 7 rules of budget travel.
The recession may have a silver lining in the form of better quality of life. Learn the 6 ways the recession has inspired us to save money and live well.
Learning to drive a car with a manual transmission might not only save you some major embarrassment in life, but it can also save you gas and some serious money.
Ignore the new "eco-apparel" hype. The most eco-friendly thing you can do when it comes to your clothes closet is to be a cheapskate and simply consume less
More than half a BILLION phone books are printed and distributed every year in the U.S., which is nearly two books for every American. That consumes about 19 million trees. Here
For my latest TV appearance, I had to prepare a three course cheapskate menu using ony ingredients costing under $1 a pound and, as an added hook I promised to incorporate creat
Wise Bread blogger Jeff Yeager is promoting his new book on frugal living with the cheapest book tour ever! He'll bike instead of drive, and couchsurf instead of staying in hot
Living on less can be funny, but it's not a joke. It's the only financial advice that will work for almost everyone, and it might