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How to Make Play-Dough and 9 Fun Things to Do with It

Are you out of ideas for keeping the kids entertained during summer? This Frugalite has the best solution… DIY Play-dough!

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10 Random Things I Do to Save Money

We believe that little habits add up over time. In this article, Colette shares some of the random small actions she takes to save money.

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Frugal Supports to Reduce Anxiety

It seems like everyone’s been feeling anxious and stressed lately. Read this for some Frugalite-friendly ways to cope.

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Summer Job Advice for Teenagers

The job your kid gets as a teenager can be a springboard for the rest of their life if they choose wisely. Here’s some advice from a dad.

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7 Tips for Eating Out on a Budget

While dining at a restaurant can be outrageously expensive, you can do it for a little less. Here are our tips for eating out on a budget.

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Symbolic Gift Ideas for Loved Ones

Gift giving doesn’t have to be handmade or expensive. Here are some ways this Frugalite was impacted by getting symbolic gifts growing up.

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What’s a Frugal Last Straw, and Why Does it Matter?

This Frugalite found the straw that finally broke the camel’s back for her. Let’s look at her thought process.

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Graduation Gifts That Won’t Break the Bank

Graduation gifts can get pretty pricey. Here are some frugal-friendly and heartfelt ideas for the grad in your life.

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Countless Thrifty Uses for Castile Soap

We’ve found your new thrifty best friend: it’s Castile soap! You can use it in the kitchen, bathroom, laundry, and more.

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9 Frugal Ways to Make the Most Out of Mother’s Day

Mom always takes care of you, and it’s finally Mother’s Day! Check out this article for some great tips on celebrating her.

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