Keeping the kids entertained is yet another challenge for single parents. Get creative, watch the budget, and give your kids experiences to remember.
Budget minded foodies don't have to trek to New York, Chicago, or San Francisco to find a great, affordable bite.
Wow your Valentine with truly romantic gifts and experiences and save your money for better things — like the post V-Day jewelry sale.
A New Year's Eve bash generally involves some excess — too much food, too much drink, and too much money. Sometimes, way, way too much money.
Plan for the holidays already? With the holidays still fresh in mind, now is the best time to start holiday planning and prep. Here's how to start.
Get a headstart on your resolution to spend less next year by hosting a frugal (but still fun!) New Year's Eve Party.
Don't let the hype around New Year's Eve spoil your budget — or your mood. Have a fun, non-spendy evening with people you care about.
It's easy to get caught up in the spirit of the season. Too easy, in fact, for these holiday celebrants who take holiday excess to excess.
The holidays bring their own special risks and dangers. Keep your celebration a happy one by avoiding these festive season hazards.
You can turn a fun get-together into an awesome party with any of these entertaining and frugal party games (and none of them are Charades).
Entertain friends and family for cheap this year and and have a merry old time — once at the party, and again on bill pay day.
A fun family ski trip can send your budget careening down the mountain. Spend time together on the slopes frugally with some careful planning.
Our traditions make the holidays meaningful, from gifts to glitter. What traditions mark your holiday season?
Show friends and loved ones how much you care with a gift of delicious, handmade edibles you made yourself!
Don't send your holiday leftovers home with your guests — stretch your food budget by making something delicious and new with last night's feast.
Today we found some great articles on Netflix hacks to make the most of your account, balancing your side gig with your day job, and how to deal when you’re overwhelmed.
Time's almost run out to get ready for Thanksgiving. Instead of doing the usual thing again, try one of these fun takes on an old favorite holiday.
Make the most of your tiny situation and all your guests this Thanksgiving will wonder how you did it.
It's easy to let the hustle of the holidays become resentment. Be reminded of the meaning of the day with some small, thoughtful traditions.
Refocus your holiday spirit on time well spent with friends and family this year and Santa won't won't get the better of your budget again.
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