Frugal living shouldn’t mean locking yourself at home with the lights off (unless of course that’s your thing). As with most things “frugal”, all it takes to save money on entertainment is a little time and just the smallest effort.
Although I’m not really one for New Years resolutions, it does seem an appropriate time to ask “Do I want to be in a better position financially this time next year?” If your answer is yes, chances are that will mean making some better/different choices. What are you prepared to do t
There doesn’t seem to be much point in making the switch to frugal living and implementing money saving tips that will save you a few dollars here and there, if you don’t examine your larger “fixed” outgoings like insurance that could save you hundreds of dollars in one foul swoop!
It would seem to make sense that one of the premises of frugal living and saving money is “wait until it’s on sale”. Post-Christmas is the perfect time (well the only time really) that you should buy your decorations, wrapping, gift tags and bon bons ready for next year. For those of us wh
One of the keys to frugal living is thinking outside the square and looking for different paths and alternative options to arrive at your goals with more money left in your pocket.
With Christmas now just days away, if you haven’t done all your present shopping yet, you may be starting to get a little edgy. You’re entering the danger zone where panic can set in, your gift budget goes out the window and you’re willing to pay anything just to get those last few names tic
When it comes to saving money on mailing Christmas presents, Santa has got the right idea – he puts all his presents in a sack – and if you want to save money on postage so should you.
I recently embarked on a diet that involved a lot of protein, consequently I was making myself a one egg omelette every morning for breakfast (talk about “frugal living” – this diet was particularly frugal on the variety). Using our large frypan for this meagre meal seemed a little ridiculou
Changing your spending habits, just like changing any habit, can be difficult – maybe even painful. Ultimately though, just how difficult and just how painful will be up to you.