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Having a roommate can definitely save you money — but living alone doesn't have to be expensive. Follow these tips to be frugal while living solo.
Making moonshine is especially easy because running it through a still makes all the delicate balancing of flavors that mark a great beer or wine irrelevant.
For the last five years, one writer has traveled full-time on the cheap. Discover how she did it, and how you can too.
If you ever pay even one cent for a DVD rental again, you're paying too much. Visit these sites and print out the latest list of codes before your trip to the local RedBox.
Here are 11 options for free or very cheap travel through volunteering.
Good etiquette is one thing, but if you can add these elements to your polite routine, you'll be the friendlier, more likeable, more memorable you.
Get ready to update your Netflix queue. From documentaries to comedies and more, here is the ultimate list of movies about money.
Tough on the outside, sweet on the inside, delicious pineapple adds a tropical touch to dishes sweet and savory.
Your grill is great for ribs and dogs and burgers — and it's great for pizza, too. Try grilled pizza for a fun and delicious outdoor meal.
Rice cakes are low cost, low calorie, and largely low flavor. Dress them up with responsible-sized helpings of these delicious toppings.
Saving money is hard, especially if your savings goals are big. Make saving fun with some simple motivational strategies.
Few brands? No bags? No problem! One writer shares why she loves the discount grocer (and a few minor quibbles as well).
If you've thought about switching to a standing desk but have been put off by the price (or the appearance), consider this collection of affordable, attractive designs.
Tired of trying to make chicken breast interesting? The humble and affordable chicken leg quarter offers the frugal cook lots of flavor, lots of value, and lots of variety.
A former used car salesman reveals some tricks of the trade. Before you buy a used car, read this!
The usual rule of thumb is 3 to 6 months' income. Of course that's silly--the size of your emergency fund needs to be based on your spending, not your income. But even 3
If you love burgers but have been getting bored with the basic lettuce-tomato topping, check out these 15 delicious new ways to top your patties.
Emergency rooms provide excellent care, but you can wait eons if you have a non-life-threatening problem and still pay through the nose. The wait at urgent-care centers, on the oth
You can get a lot of stuff you need at the dollar store at unbeatable prices — just as long as you know what products are real bargains, and which ones really aren't.
A lot's riding on your resume, so don't muck it up with any of these five dumb mistakes.
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