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Money Problems: Guilt, Shame, and Other Lies

Money problems are universal dilemmas that can happen to anyone, even though some believe they’re immune. Financial distress is often accompanied by guilt, shame, and other lies. Here are some tips for managing those emotions.

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What is Decision Fatigue and Is It Affecting Your Spending?

Is decision fatigue hitting your wallet? If this is where you find yourself, here is what you need to do right now.

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Free or Low Cost Ways to Bring Joy into your Life

Times are stressful. Are you looking for low-cost ways of bringing more joy into your life? Here are a few ideas you may want to consider.

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The Frugalite’s Ultimate Guide to Living BENEATH Your Means

While many people advocate living WITHIN your means, that may not be quite enough. When you live BENEATH your means, there’s money left over for a rainy day.

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What is Wealth? A FREE Frugalite Meditation

“What is wealth?” Here’s a meditation with some eye-opening perspectives for those who may be facing difficult times.

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Gratitude Journal: How a Piece of Paper and a Pen Can Change your Life

Gratitude Journal: How a modest investment and a little of your time can provide more health benefits than you know and change the way you handle difficult times.

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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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