Indulge in something new and enjoyable without dropping lots of cash. These $5-and-under items can perk up your wardrobe, wet your whistle, and more.
It might seem like spontaneity is the enemy of frugality, but there are some simple ways to fit the fun of spontaneity into your frugal life.
Today we found some great articles on having fun without spending money, ways to start a conversation, and how to save on groceries.
Ah, Friday nights. A time when we can relax and unwind without worry of going to work the next day (or the next). You walk in the door from work ready to kick off your shoes and
This will the be first in our new series of open group writes. It's a chance to showcase great bloggers in the Wise Bread community and provide more resources for our readers. To
Origami is a Japanese word that means "fold paper", and it is a very popular pastime around the world. I enjoy origami because it is a very cheap hobby that requires only
What can a dollar buy you these days? Certainly not a gallon of gas, which it could have done 6 years ago. Anyway, this idea actually came out of a lunchtime chat with some friends. [more]
So, I can think of a few ways to turn a $1 into a $100 bill in a few minutes.
One would be to back a winning horse that has ridiculous odds. Another is to steal it. You could always ask your kind folks or other relatives for the money. [more]
Hey, it's Friday. I thought I'd post this one to give you all a chuckle into the weekend. And I seriously want one of these. Not the paperclip, the packaging. How cool is this? [more]
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