Discover how one family of hoarders transitioned to a no-gift Christmas — and the amazing difference it made.
Deodorizers and disinfectants don't have to be full of chemicals. Freshen your space the frugal, all-natural way with these eco-friendly ideas.
From soap to combs to conditioner, the products on your bathroom shelves are more useful than you might realize. Discover alternative uses for 20 products.
These inexpensive herbs and flowers can add decoration to your garden and flavor to your meals...and they just happen to deter mosquitoes too!
Brewing coffee with K-Cups is delicious and easy...and it uses LOTS of little containers. Get more life out of your K-Cups with these projects.
Today we found some great articles on saving energy this summer, updating your job skills on the cheap, and redecorating your bathroom.
From the dry desert to the humid woods, paying attention to your climate when you landscape can benefit both your wallet and the environment.
Free refills? Not exactly. But whether you're at home, the coffeeshop, or the office, these 10 refillable, reusable things will help you save lots of money.
Turn down money-saving opportunities? Yup! One very frugal writer shares the questionable and straight-up dumb ways he won't save money.
Whether you have a big yard plot or a tiny windowsill, start your garden with one of these frugal, eco-friendly garden ideas.
As reusable water bottles become more common, you may think you have too many. But these containers are useful for much more than just holding water.
If you have a veritable flood of fasteners hanging around your house, use those extra buttons in one of these fun, creative projects.
Instead of trashing them when the detergent runs dry, discover the multitude of uses for these very versatile bottles.
While it might seem smarter to stick with older appliances, stocking your home with Energy Star appliances can save you major cash in the long run.
You'll find power guzzlers in both likely and unlikely places around your home. But by making some fairly painless changes, you can see big savings.
You know about the miraculous properties of baking soda and vinegar, but there are plenty more effective, all-natural cleaners you might already have around.
Sure, use-it-and-trash-it cleaning products are convenient. But how much they cost might shock you.
Before you toss that bundle of junk mail or printed-on computer paper in the recycling bin, hold on! Try one of these 22 creative ways to reuse it.
There's more to fabric softeners than springtime freshness and fluffy teddy bears — your product might have some nasty chemicals hiding inside.
Sharing seldom-used items among friends and neighbors is a great (and earth-friendly!) tactic for saving money. Here are the best things to borrow, not buy.
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