1. Pay for Somebody’s Coffee
What a nice treat it would be if you ordered your coffee and the barista told you it was already paid for. To brighten someone else’s day this way, leave $5 with the barista and tell him or her to use that cash to pay for the next person’s joe. If there’s any change left over, they can put it in their tip jar. Two smiles, one stone.
25 Frugal Ways to “Pay It Forward” via Wisebread
Everyone knows about farmer’s markets, but are you part of the Slow Food Movement? As most things delicious and wonderful, Slow Food began in Italy. And it’s become a global movement with a simple mission about food: “Good, clean, and fair.”
Think Globally, Spend Locally: How to Do “Slow Food” on a Budget via Consumer Media Network
The Affordable Care Act was recently upheld by the Supreme Court and some things will change for most Americans. MoneyNing put together a basic breakdown of how this new heath care act will affect your finances.
How the Health Care Ruling Will Affect Your Finances via MoneyNing
Becoming an aunt or uncle is a wonderful thing, whether it’s for the first time or the fifth. You want to be able to support and spoil the new kiddo to an extent, but what about your budget? Here are some ways to be the best aunt (or uncle) you can be while still sticking to your frugal lifestyle.
Save, Support, Show Up: The Future Aunt on a Budget via Consumer Media Network
Spring and summer in the southern United States means hot temperatures, but it also means music festivals like the New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival or SXSW. Here is a guide to surviving a summer music festival in the south.
Surviving a Summer Music Festival in the South via Consumer Media Network