Can Having Patience Save You Cash???

They say patience is a virtue, but can it actually save you some cash? We will let you, Dear Frugalite, be the judge of that for yourself.

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A Weekly Replenishing Routine Makes Me Happy and Grateful

A weekly replenishing routine can set up the week ahead for success and comfort, and it’s also a practice in gratitude.

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Cheapskate Championships: Where Frugality Triumphs

The Cheapskate Championships are stories of cheapskate redemption, where the very person who called us “cheap” or objected to frugal practices ended up adopting them at a later time. 

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The Year of Suck (And How I Got Through It)

2023 didn’t work out so well for me. In fact, it was what I refer to as The Year of Suck. But it’s almost over and I have plans to make the future better.

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Cheap by Choice: When Frugality Means Freedom

Hard-core frugality is not just making a choice to buy the generic laundry soap instead of a jug of Tide.  Hard-core frugality means freedom.

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Three Things Money Can’t Buy

The longest study on health and happiness in existence has been collecting data on health and happiness for over 80 years now. Turns out, the best things in life really ARE free.

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Bread and Water Can So Easily Be Toast and Tea

There’s an old British saying about toast and tea that the Frugalite can latch onto as a personal philosophy during hard times.

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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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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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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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