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Using up leftover bread is not only frugal, it's delicious. Make sure you eat every last crumb of that aging loaf with these recipes.
From couches to cell phones, you can hock it on Craigslist. Follow these tips and go from Craigslist amateur to selling machine.
Looking in my wallet, there are no less than 5 prepaid debit or gift cards hiding at any one time.
Whether you're dressing up or down, these sites have jewelry that doesn't cost a lot, but looks like a million bucks.
Paper goods, giant bags of peanuts, a year's supply of toothpaste… yeah, Costco sells that. Costco also sells 401(k) plans and caskets. Wait. What?
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.
Need some cash now? Want to make a few extra bucks to buy something that isn't in your budget this month? Here are 25 ideas to get you started.
Try these free, fast, and easy options to turn coins into cash.
What's the real story behind Valentine's Day? Here are the weird things you didn't know about this expensive holiday.
With these simple tricks — and just one piece of special equipment — you can elevate DIY pizza from from flat and soggy to bubbly and sublime.
Seriously, if you actually want to improve your social standing and status, work on eliminating these worn out words from your lexicon.
Cleaning floors can be a pain — make it easy with one of these great mops.
Cold sores are painful, ugly, and take a long time to heal. Here's how to avoid (and treat) these nasty little lesions.
We don't often encourage you to spend more at the grocery store, but if your budget allows, consider adding these superfoods to your grocery list.
Packed with vitamins C and K, broccoli is a powerful anti-oxidant. When prepared one of these 15 ways, inexpensive frozen broccoli becomes a powerful appetite stimulant.
If you can answer yes to THREE or more of these questions, you may want to think about sprucing up your resume and dry-cleaning your best interview attire.
Airfare isn't cheap, and it's rarely free. But if you can be flexible with your travel plans and know whom to ask (and how), you really can fly for free.
Here are the results of my exploration to remove scratches from my CDs and DVDs, complete with my own experience with each remedy.
For the last five years, one writer has traveled full-time on the cheap. Discover how she did it, and how you can too.
By following a simple routine, you can have denim jeans for every occasion and task, and you only have to buy a single pair per year.
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