Got $500 burning a hole in your pocket? Instead of blowing it on stuff, use it wisely to improve your finances, your home, or yourself.
Your average fictional hero can teach us a lot about living in the real world, starting with understanding motivation and goals, and finding a way to reach them.
For this entire week Lynnae from Being Frugal will be answering questions in our forums about frugal living, blogging, and personal finance. Lynnae is one of the most beloved fruga
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Today we found some great articles on frugal back-to-school shopping, how to complain about your credit card, and frugal living tips for college students.
Today, we give you lessons from Dr. Seuss, tips to save 30 minutes a day, advice to help single parents cut expenses, and a short checklist to ID real wheat and multigrain bread.
Bring your office routine home with you to keep the work in working from home.
Because homeowners are also voters, and because the subprime lending crisis threatens the whole economy, the federal government is trying to come up with ways to head off a massive
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One secret of productivity is knowing when to call it a day. Enjoy more time to yourself and with family and friends by actively guarding your time with these tips.
Today we found some stellar articles on going to college for free, tips to save on Thanksgiving airfare, and measuring career success.
Herbs too often lose flavor before use, which means wasted herbs and money. Keep your herbs fresher longer with some simple storage tricks.
Today we found some awesome articles on shortcuts to prosperity, tips for thrift shopping success, and how to save money at Target.
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.
Ten reasons you may never touch anything ever again.
This week in Wise Bread's Best Money Tips roundup, we look at ways to prevent identity theft , saving money on utilities with rain barrels, saving money on meds, and more.
As many as three in four Americans suffer from chronic dehydration, which can have serious health effects. Are you getting your daily water ration?
Whether you want moist cake or tender chicken, for delicious, frugal recipes, just open a jar of mayo.
Today we found some great articles on cheap ways to keep fit and stay healthy, tips for taxpayer newbies, and discounts hidden in plain sight.
Today we found some stellar article on the best life hacks of 2012, how to save on your electric bill, and ways to make extra money.
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