If you're frustrated because you can't save big, start small! Try these teeny-tiny (and easy!) tricks for saving cash.
Were you raised by frugal parents? Here are 30 ways to tell if there was a frugalista in your family tree.
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.
Towels ready for the trash? Think again! From easy household helpers to sew-and-go fashions, these projects will give new life to your old terrycloth.
Don't throw out that Cheerios box! When the cereal's all gone, use the cardboard for one of these fun and useful projects.
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.
Old stuff — we all have so much of it. Whether it's clothing, furniture, or something else, try one of these techniques to make it seem totally new.
Thrift stores (and maybe even your very own closet) tend to be filled with used ties. Give them new life with one of these easy DIY projects.
Little efforts can have a big impact on the environment — and your wallet. Get green by tackling one (or more!) of these changes today.
From eliminating scratches when you clean to protecting your plants to lowering your heating bills, a pair of nylons can do a lot more than just cover your legs.
From the tool bench to the kitchen, the bathroom vanity to the car, tin foil can help you save money and increase productivity all around the house.
When you're done reading, your use of the newspaper is just beginning. From crafts to cleaning and more, discover how to get more from your daily news.
Sheets can provide more than just sweet dreams. From clothing to gardening and even emergency safety, discover clever uses for these cotton cloths.
Working from home sounds like a great idea, but it's easy to bust your budget building the perfect office. Here's how to outfit your space for less.
From egg cartons to shower curtains to old socks and more, learn dozens of ways to reuse commonly discarded household items.
Taking in free items can be a savvy, frugal move. Be on guard so that you won't be the not-so-proud owner of useless stuff.
Here are 20 creative ways to repurpose today's worn out nylon pantyhose. Use them to shine your shoes, scrub your valuables, or reduce your heating bills!
We could all stand to learn to rekindle the art of reusing by breathing new life into old stuff.
This little fact was big news to me. I was casually flicking through a magazine at work when something caught my eye; it was buried in the bottom corner of one page and stated that
If you lose or drown your cellular phone before you're eligible for an upgrade, don't buy a new one. Ask around and you're sure to find someone with an unused handset t
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