How to Use the Snowball Method to Get Out of Debt FAST

Are you in debt? The Snowball Method is a snazzy little financial trick that can help you get out of debt as quickly and efficiently as possible.

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7 Items I Keep in My Thrifty Things Survival Kit

There are 7 thrifty things I always have available for speedy repairs. Here are the items that every frugal soul should keep close at hand.

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3 Thrifty Ways to Make Your Food Go Further

Wondering how to make the food you have feed more people while leaving them feeling full and satisfied? Here are 3 ways to make your food go further.

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Hidden Fees Could Be Costing You Thousands of Dollars. Here’s How To Protect Yourself

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.

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How to SLASH Your Fixed Expenses

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.

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The Frugalite’s Guide to Flat Broke Grocery Shopping

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 …

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The Economy Isn’t Looking Great: Here’s What you CAN Control

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.

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Cheap by Choice: How to Embrace a Non-Consumer Lifestyle

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.

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Frugal Reader Round-Up: 25 Unusual Ways to Save Money

It’s a whole lot easier to save money than it is to make more money. In this round-up, 25 readers share their most unusual money-saving ideas.

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Lifestyles of the Flat Broke and Resilient: A Personal Story

This isn’t advice for folks who are just down a few hundred bucks a month. It’s for people who are truly desperate to stay housed and fed.

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