People often create spending rules because they don't trust themselves. But if you can develop that trust, you can save even more.
You don't have to forsake your worldly possessions to find bliss, but we can all live more frugally — and more elegantly — by learning from those who have.
Whether you're in a city or a small town, chances are that fun and cheap local events are happening all around. Here's how to find them.
Why go frugal? Saving money is just the start.
If you're not in control of your spending, your spending is in control of you. Here's how to break the spending habit and regain control of your money.
The next time you meet someone new, don't do the usual and ask, "So, what do you do?" Instead, ask, "What excites you?"
Call your friends and pack up the car — it's road trip season! Here's how to do it on the cheap.
Yes, you CAN grow your own food. These easy-to-grow herbs and vegetables will thrive even if you've got the blackest of thumbs.
Don't get intimidated by hosting dinner parties. Instead, discover great ways to gather people together that require minimal cooking and cleaning.
Volunteering isn't just a great way to give back — it can also save (and even make!) you money.
If you're dating, the rules of who pays the first time you meet can get murky. One writer clarifies the situation (hint: always bring your wallet).
Today we found some fantastic articles on tips for parents to save money, making your bachelorette party more affordable, and ways to save from the 60s.
When you help others, you help yourself, too — and often in unexpected ways. Discover ways to socialize, further your career, and more, all while giving back.
Today we found some fantastic articles on spring family fun, ways to spring-clean your budget, and reducing your income taxes.
When people see us make a lifestyle change — even a positive one like frugality — their responses often resemble the Five Stages of Grief.
When babysitting rates hit $14 per hour — per kid! — it's time to think about cheaper (but safe) ways for parents to get stuff done and have fun.
We're all individuals, each with our own reasons for living frugally — but we're alike in some very important ways.
There's lots to be said about life on the open road. Before you sell the house and everything in it, consider these seven realities of living in an RV.
Today we found some awesome articles on frugal was to enjoy spring, how to make your side business a success, and managing financial risk.
Single folks, would you like to go out for a drink? The answer should be yes — and not just because it's frugal.
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