With an X here and an O there, your personal finance bullet journal can put you on the fast track to budgeting mastery.
Peeling fruit and veggies isn't always easy, but it can be. Just use any of these five peelers and the peeling process will seem much more appealing.
Get paid to shop? Yes, it can be done, and without getting scammed.
From our "I Dos" to our morning joe, Americans are guilty of spending way too much on these things.
Prepaid month-to-month or postpaid on contract? The smarter, cheaper option may surprise you.
Today we found articles on things you need to know about Black Friday, staying motivated when you’re debt-free, and reasons for and against keeping your accounts at the same bank.
Whether sold for cash or donated for a tax break, give your wedding dress more to do after the big day than hide in your closet.
When your kid has a rich friend, it can be hard to keep them in a frugal mindset. Here's how to remedy that.
Looking for ways to make tonight's dinner on the cheap? Look no further.
Today we found articles on staples that are worth buying in bulk, strategies to increase the value of your estate, and how to make money on Airbnb.
Getting some shut-eye on a flight isn't easy, but it can be. Just use any of these travel pillows and you'll snooze while you fly.
You might be deeply angry about something, but that kind of emotion is not doing your finances any good at all.
So, you achieved the American dream, and came into serious money. But before you go spending all that green, a word of warning…
Today we found articles on how to plan a frugal Halloween party, how to set up a home office, and things you can do right now to improve your marriage.
Knowing the "stock up price" on these key baby essentials will help you keep more money in your pocket.
Taking the perfect selfie by yourself isn't easy, but it can be. Just use any of these five selfie sticks and your selfie game will remain strong.
You can still fly south for the winter and make the same amount of money. Just choose any of these jobs.
Not up to meal planning for a whole week? Meal plan for two days with these first night dinners that offer plenty of delicious next night options.
Today we found articles on how to get free money on your next flight, ways to watch sports without cable, and costumes you can DIY on the cheap.
You don't need a windfall to kick-start your savings. These baby steps will do just fine.
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