Casseroles sound very “50’s Housewife,” but when you’re on a budget, they’re a great way to make a little bit of food stretch further in a tasty way.
Small hidden fees – between $10 and $20 – can add up and can pose a financial strain for many families, adding thousands in additional expenses. Here’s how to protect yourself.
Lots of experts give tips about reducing discretionary spending but what about fixed expenses? You can free up a lot of money by reducing your monthly output.
Going through life without an emergency fund is like getting on a tiny little plane without any parachutes. Here are some real life examples of how an emergency fund saved my bacon.
Here’s some unpopular advice. Paying off credit card debt fast is not always the best option for those in dire straits. It differs from case to case.
Have you ever had a month when money is so tight you can’t imagine how you’re possibly going to feed your family? Then this is the article for you. When …
When something good happens, we want to celebrate. There’s just one problem – the budget! Here are 20 ways to treat yourself without spending money.
If you focus your mental energy on the financial aspects you can do something about, it’s a lot more productive than wallowing in stress and uncertainty.
Your success at being frugal depends on your attitude. You can embrace it and relish the challenge or you can sulk, pout, and be absolutely miserable.
Here’s how to make your own DIY taco seasoning, along with some tasty ideas for using it to create a frugal fiesta at your house.
There are a million websites out there dedicated to helping you make more money, but even more important, in many cases, is saving money. Here’s why.
Extreme poverty is becoming more common. If you’re in a desperate situation and you can’t pay your bills, here’s how to prioritize in order to survive.
Don’t avoid the sun – bask in it, get Vitamin D safely, and boost your immune system and your happiness while lowering your risk of multiple diseases.
You’ve just lost your job! Whether it was expected or not, the first steps you take can help you survive until you get a new source of income.