Amy Allen

Cheap Activities for the Single Frugalite

Many articles discuss cheap activities for the family, but what does a single person do with their time? Here are some cheap or free ideas for the single person on a budget!

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Home Preserved or Store Bought: Which is More Frugal?

Is preserving food at home healthier and cheaper than buying from the grocery store? Our author does the math to give you the answers!

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How to Provide Healthy Water for Yourself and Your Family the Frugalite Way

We need water every day to survive and thrive. Between droughts and uncertainty about the tap water available to you, why not take matters into your own hands? Here’s how to provide healthy water for yourself and your family, even if you’re on a tight budget.

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5 Ways to Stretch Your Food Budget Dollars

We need food every day, and food prices seem to go nowhere but up. Here are some tips to help keep those costs down and your budget in check. 

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Homemade or Store Bought? A Frugal Comparison of Strawberry Smoothies

Is it really cheaper and healthier to make your own everything? Let’s compare the cost and nutrition of these strawberry smoothies.

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What You Need to Know About Credit Cards and Debit Cards

Plastic currency is everywhere, from credit cards to debit cards. Here’s what to be aware of when using them.

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Healthy, Affordable Food Options for Urban Frugalites

Sourcing healthy, affordable food when you live in an apartment can be challenging for various reasons. However, there are many options!

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