Mindset

What Feels Like a Food Shortage Is Fairly Normal in Other Countries. Here’s How to Adjust Your Perspective

People are panicking about the empty shelves in stores, but there ARE still products available. We just have fewer options for each item than we did before. Here are some thoughts about changing your perspective from one of worry and deprivation.

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How to Use Hard Times to Teach Your Kids Resilience

How you handle life’s challenges as a parent can set an example for your children. Here’s how you can use hard times to teach your kids the crucial trait of resilience.

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6 Thrifty Ways to Wear It Out

Wearing it out is one of the most important frugality lessons you can learn. You might be surprised at how much more use you can get from an item someone else would simply throw away.

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You Used to Have Money and Now You’re Broke: How to Adapt to Financial Changes

Some folks turn to the path of frugality kicking and screaming because a major change took them from financial comfort to being broke. Here’s how to adapt to financial changes.

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7 Lies People With Money Problems Tell Themselves

Sometimes money problems can linger because people believe certain fallacies to be true. Here are 7 lies that perpetually broke people tell themselves about money.

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How Do You Keep Going When Everything Is Crashing Down Around You?

How do you survive what feels insurmountable? How can you face the next day when every day seems to just bring more stress, more fear, and more worry? I can only speak for myself, but here’s my advice.

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How to Manage Emotional Spending

If emotional spending has always been your go-to response to happiness, sadness, anger, or loneliness, it’s time to create some new habits for the sake of your budget.

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Money and Mental Health: A Vicious Cycle

Mental health issues and money problems can be inextricably linked. This can wreak havoc on both your personal life and your budget.

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Keeping Your Frugal Mojo in a Spendy World

Occasionally, the motivation to keep things cheap is about zero. Do you ever lose your frugal mojo? These tips will help you stay motivated.

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How to Mentally Adapt When You Have a Financial Emergency

A financial emergency is pretty overwhelming, but how you adapt mentally can make a world of difference in the outcome. Here are some things to consider.

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