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Howdy, fellow Frugalites! It’s that time of year again where we reveal the most popular frugal content from the previous 12 months. If you missed any of these posts or want a refresher before starting the New Year, check these out!
As prices skyrocket around the globe due to inflation, how is a Frugalite supposed to make do? Here are a few ridiculously popular tips that may help you survive this upheaval.
Living in a motel is not ideal, but sometimes life forces your hand. Here are the lessons our writer learned from a one-month stay.
If you can eat for a week from your pantry, you’ll be well on your way to living as frugally as possible. And it’s totally possible as well! Let us show you how in this thrifty hit.
Don’t want noxious chemical leaching through your skin? Then you’ll love our 3-ingredient homemade moisturizer. This super easy recipe will make your day.
If you want to live as frugally as possible, you need to learn what you can use twice. If you can do that, you’ll save money. This is an awesome read full of great advice.
Colette has a way of making everything seem possible and accessible. That’s probably why this article with 22 awesome ways to save in 2022 was so dang popular.
Traveling abroad has taught me so much. Here are a few ways to save money that I picked up during my time in Greece post-economic meltdown.
Looking to save money in the kitchen? Check out our frugal Dutch oven bread recipe! It costs all of $1.25 to bake. Learn how in this super-popular bit of frugal fabulousness.
5G is coming and it’s liable to leave your phone obsolete in the near future. What are the most frugal ways to upgrade? Here’s what you need to know.
In this, the most epically popular post of the year, you can get a free cookbook that helped folks through previous difficult times. A wartime cookbook from 1918 can help us with the modern problems we’re facing right now, like inflation, limited options, and supply chain issues. Go here to get the link if you haven’t done so already.
What was most important to YOU in 2022?
What frugal topic helped you the most this year? What do you want to learn more about in 2023? Let’s talk about it in the comments!
Oh – and Happy New Year!