It's hard to go it alone, especially for those pursuing a frugal lifestyle. Here's how to surround yourself with wonderful, thrifty people.
Don't pour last night's leftover champagne down the drain! Save it to use as a key ingredient in cocktails, desserts, soups, hair care, and more.
You can do a lot more with an ice tray than make ice — you can freeze your spending, reduce food waste, and more! Learn how.
Got a problem with clutter? Make this one commitment, and your house (and life) will become awesomely clutter-free.
Don't toss that old denim! The durable and easy to work fabric is well-suited for a number of post-wardrobe uses.
If you're facing a long layover and a shortage of power outlets, forgo the tablet and try one of these inspired — and free — ways to pass the time.
Cute, custom, and cruelty free. Mohop's vegan shoes are good for your feet, your planet, and your wardrobe.
Don't be daunted by the cost of work clothes! There are lots of ways to create appropriate ensembles for any job that'll leave you plenty of paycheck.
Even if you live in a rainy climate, you can do the planet and your pocketbook a favor by conserving water. Here's how.
Learn how one dedicated recycler earned $1,200, paid her tuition, repaired her furniture, and financed her wedding with discarded stuff she found.
One of the easiest ways to cut crafting costs is to source inexpensive supplies, and what could be cheaper than the recycling bin?
When people see us make a lifestyle change — even a positive one like frugality — their responses often resemble the Five Stages of Grief.
Investing in one bottle of Sriracha chili sauce means no boring meals for a year! (Or almost month if you enjoy Sriracha as much as this writer does.)
Whether you want moist cake or tender chicken, for delicious, frugal recipes, just open a jar of mayo.
Sometimes, really understanding your finances doesn't mean knowing the numbers — it means knowing how many tacos you can buy.
If your house is cluttered, it could be affecting your mind, too. The good news is that you can keep your home AND brain clean — even if you're naturally messy.
Many struggle with large credit card balances instead of saying to others, "I can't afford that," but recognizing financial limits is one key to financial freedom.
Around the world people are creating their own book exchanges. Learn how to find them, score cheap books, and meet your neighbors.
Is it possible to save the planet while saving money? Reformed consumer Max Wong shares some of her thoughts on the difference between frugality and mindfulness.
Despite its name, your dishwasher is good at washing more than dishes. Discover how you can clean a variety of objects with just a few gallons of water.
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