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Living large on a small budget. Despite what you may have heard, you don't have to sacrifice your financial independence to enjoy life. We believe people on a budget can still enjoy fabulous and fun lives.

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Best Money Tips: Saving Money in the Kitchen

Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found some awesome articles on saving money in the kitchen, ways to spend your tax refund, and how to get a promotion. Top 5 Articles Saving Money in the Kitchen — To save money in the kitchen, keep a leftover calendar and have a good set of knives. […]

Women's Saving and Investing: Is Your Money "Girl Money?"

When I lived in New York and made less than a public school teacher in Idaho, one of my guy friends would often offer to pay for lunch since, as he jokingly put it, I only had “girl money.” It was the first time I’d heard the term, but I never forgot it. I was perplexed. I mean, money was money. […]

10 Body Language Mistakes That Sabotage Most Interviews

This series is brought to you by TurboTax Federal Free Edition. Question — how much of what you “say” is actually interpreted through body language and tone of voice? Well, if we are to believe Albert Mehrabian, almost all of it. Professor Albert Mehrabian has stated that only 7% of a message is conveyed verbally, through words. […]

Ask the Readers: Do You Buy Apps?

One of the joys of having a smartphone is the ability to download apps! From games to productivity tools, apps enhance the usefulness of any phone. While some people are willing to pay for an awesome new app, others try to only download them for free. Do you buy apps? Why or why not? If no, do you opt to download free apps? […]

What I Wish I Had Known When I Started Living Frugally

I’ve always been a fairly frugal person. I didn’t decide to be frugal one day or make a resolution on January 1 of any particular year. Evolving in the "frugal arts" has been more a path of gentle reminders and little lessons that have kept me on the straight and narrow. But early on, there was so much I didn’t know. […]

Relationships and Money: Two Sides of the Same Coin

Have you ever met someone who’s an extreme risk-taker in life but very careful with money? What about someone who is measured and cautious in everything except money? I sure haven’t. It’s no wonder, then, that money issues overwhelmingly come out on top of reasons why couples bicker, argue, and all-out fight with each other. […]

Best Money Tips: Money Mistakes Married Couples Make

Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found some fantastic articles on money mistakes married couples make, going to the movies for free, and how to rent a car and not get screwed. Top 5 Articles Five Worst Money Mistakes Married Couples Make — A huge mistake married couples make is enabiling each other's poor money choices. […]

8 Other Green Cleaners Already in Your House

You've probably heard of the amazing cleaning properties of baking soda and vinegar. However, did you know that you probably have several other natural green cleaners in your home? These lesser-known household cleaners are better for the environment, effective at cleaning, and easy on your wallet. […]

How to Stop Chronic Procrastination

Some people may wonder why procrastination advice seems to never work for them and if there is a deeper issue at hand. Well, for 20% of the population who are chronic procrastinators, it is a serious problem that needs to be addressed according to Joseph Ferrari, a psychology professor at DePaul University and a leading expert in the study of procrastination. […]

Best Money Tips: Save When Shopping for One

Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found some great articles on ways to save when shopping for one, teaching kids financial responsibility, and the key to great investment returns. Top 5 Articles 6 Ways to Save When You're Shopping for One — If you are shopping for just yourself, save money by signing up for rewards programs. […]