It’s important to take time to relax, but you don’t have to waste your spare time with frivolous or costly activities. Choose a productive hobby instead.
Mental health issues and money problems can be inextricably linked. This can wreak havoc on both your personal life and your budget.
You can still stock up on useful items even if you don’t have a lot of money to spare. Here are more than 100 things you can get for $1 or less.
Do you have a Big Goal that seems unreachable on your current budget? Here’s how to map your way to successfully achieving things that seem absolutely outrageous.
Making some small adjustments in your day-to-day habits can actually add up to huge savings. You can save thousands of dollars with these 30 changes.
After the holidays, there are lots of items that go on sale which you could add to your stockpiles or save for the following Christmas. Here’s what to shop for right now.
Are you down to the wire and need some holiday treats? Here are some simple, egg-free recipes for Christmas cookies that are right from the pantry (with the exception of …
It’s fun to see the beautiful packages under the tree, but for the $30-50 you spend on gift wrap, fancy ribbon, and gift tags, you could buy another gift or fund your holiday feast. Here are 20 free and festive ways to wrap presents.
Putting inexpensive yet thoughtful items into baskets or other containers, then presenting them festively are great ways to create a budget-friendly present.
“Cheap Eats” are thrifty unglamorous meals that are reasonably filling, quick to make, (cooking utilities add up too), and less than a dollar per serving.
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.
If you’ve got more month than money, here are 50 tasty ways to eat the food in your pantry when you can’t go buy groceries.