August 18, 2013

Eight Tactics for a More Effective Grocery List

One of the best tactics a person can have for cutting their food and household supply expenses is to always have a grocery list when they go to the store. If you go to the store without a list, you’re far more prone to buying things that you don’t really need. Here’s the thing: just having a grocery list doesn’t help too much if that grocery list doesn’t make any sense. […]

Finding Frugality in the Palm of Your Hand

Yesterday afternoon, I walked my three year old son to the bathroom at a park. He held my hand the entire way, skipping and dancing and laughing. A few days ago, my daughter hurt herself on a trampoline. I went to her, pulled her close, and wiped the tears away. […]

Reader Stories: How I paid off $610,000 in debt, became a dad and quit my job — in 2 years

This reader story comes from John Corcoran, an attorney, former Clinton White House writer and blogger at SmartBusinessRevolution.com, where he writes about how to use smart political strategies in business. […]

eBay has made determining fair market value a lot easier

The web has created enormous price competition for pretty much anyone who sells anything.  No longer are people stuck with the price of a local store.  People can get great pricing information just by doing a web search. A web search gives someone searching for price most of the picture.  It racks and stacks different stores’ prices against one another: seller vs. […]