After the holidays, there are lots of items that go on sale which you could add to your stockpiles, put in your gift closets, or save for the following Christmas. Here’s what to shop for right now.
Here are just a few words of advice for the eleventh hour before we finish up our Christmas shopping, gift-wrapping, and food preparing. Merry Christmas, dear Frugalites.
Frugality isn’t about the big things as much as it is the small ones. Here are ten thrifty habits that frugal people embrace on a daily basis.
Christmas dinner doesn’t have to cost an absolute fortune if you plan your menu carefully. Here are some ideas to help you keep costs in check.
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.
Looking for family photographs on the cheap? Here are a few options that will help you to store the memories while storing dollars too.
Need help with your Christmas list? Here are more low-cost holiday gifts you can give – even on a shoestring budget.
Have a bit of holiday travel on the horizon? Here are a few ways to see your family without breaking the bank.
It can cost a lot of extra money to be sick if you have to go and buy all the items you need at once just to get you through it. Here’s how to plan ahead and keep down costs.
Managing holiday expectations has never been more important. For the love of all things sprinkled with glitter and topped with a bow, give yourself permission to take it down a notch or two this year.
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.
Do you enjoy saving a buck more than most people? Here are 25 signs that you might be a frugal living rock star! How many of them apply to you?
“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.