Even for the wealthiest of the wealthy, the simpler (and cheaper) things in life are better.
Believe it or not, there's such a thing as being too frugal. It's called "being a cheapskate."
Today we found articles on things you should never cheap out on, ways to eliminate financial clutter, and how to protect yourself from unhealthy air.
Need some inspiration for costume, and don't want to spend a fortune? Here are over 60 ideas for you and your kids, too!
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.
What's better than a mid-summer get-together with friends? A mid-summer get-together that's simple to plan and easy to pay for!
Leave the expensive steaks at the supermarket — these delicious grillable meats will satisfy hungry guests without hurting your wallet.
You don’t need to be flush to satisfy a craving for steak. Ask your butcher for one of these cheaper but still delicious cuts instead.
Take some "me time" to kick stress to the curb without breaking the bank. Now don't you feel refreshed?
Caviar taste on a fishsticks budget? We'll tell you how you can enjoy the caviar — and some other indulgent treats — for far less than you expect.
Skip the fancy brand name. For these seven household items, generic does the best job — at the better price.
Living frugally often means finding the lowest cost option, but for products and services like these, it usually pays to spend a little more.
Today we found some great articles on the signs that you’ve gone from frugal to cheap, how to spend less on groceries this year, and ten ways you’re throwing money away.
How far is too far when it comes frugal living?
You may be the cheapest person you know. But is it possible you're actually wasting money when you think you're saving?
Today we found some stellar articles on cheap and easy costumes for pets, conquering lifestyle creep, and going green to save money.
We all should be sensible with our spending, but sometimes we go too far. Are you guilty of any of these false economies?
Today we found some great articles on making your house look awesome for $50 or less, ways to save $1,000 for holiday shopping, and cash-back websites for online shoppers.
Summer's not over yet and there's still plenty of hot days to get through before Fall arrives. Stay cool with these simple, frugal ways to chill from POPSUGAR.
Today we found some of the best articles from around the web on ways to keep your food expenses low.
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