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If you want to explore the Happiest Place on Earth without having the saddest wallet, follow these tips from a frugal frequent visitor.
Are you ready to strike out on your own? Before you drop your day job, make sure you really understand what your finances will look like.
Beer for breakfast? Sure, when it's in a donut. Learn how to make those and lots more delicious entrees and sides, all featuring brewskis.
Sand the sharp edges off "roughing it" with this collection of clever campout cooking tips.
Creating a budget is hard but sticking to it might be harder. Don't let burnout ruin all your work so far.
A story in the New York Times says that exercise helps human brains build more neurons (a process called neurogenesis). It also reports on some mouse studies that show that exe
It's almost always a good idea to stay out of debt. But sometimes, refusing to take on debt could hurt you in the long run.
Anyone who knows me knows I'm no fan of WalMart. Aside from their horrific treatment of workers and the impact they have on the economy, their stores just suck all the energy out o
Go on, let the kids enjoy their summer — it doesn't have to cost a fortune! Entertain them for free or close to it with these fun activities.
Turn down money-saving opportunities? Yup! One very frugal writer shares the questionable and straight-up dumb ways he won't save money.
Growing up in a typical small Jewish family, I assumed everyone knew the I’m-smart-but-not-cheap tactics I was raised with. But as I’ve gotten older (yeah, it had to happen sometim
Today we found some amazing articles on frugal food strategies!
Feeding your family fast doesn't have to mean grabbing drive-through eats. Try these tricks to help get delicious homemade meals on the table — quickly.
There are still a few more scorching weeks of summer left, and if you can't take the heat in the kitchen, get out. No, really.
I often get on my soap-box about bad customer service. I also preach (sorry) that you should all expect more for your money, be it shopping online or grabbing the weekly groceries.
It's getting to be that kind of year again--the time when you anticipate filling out your tax returns, sighing with relief, and then realizing that you're not finished with
If you're not careful, a great deal on a used chair might cost you thousands in bedbug extermination costs. Here's what to watch out for.
Even great parents make mistakes. Rest assured you aren't alone in these seven common mom and dad mess-ups.
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Why pay for something that will only be used once and then becomes garbage? Try one of these awesome, reusable wrapping methods instead.
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