Gardening is a fun hobby that can also double as a money saver to cut back on buying produce. However, costs can add up whether you’re growing flowers or fruits and vegetables. Follow these tips to learn how to save money gardening.
There are many ways to save money, but it can get pretty boring doing the same old things over and over again. If you get creative with it, then a diversity of great saving opportunities open up. These weird and unique tips make saving feel less like a chore and more like a game. And like me, you probably want saving to be really great.
For those who want to stay busy this summer without breaking the bank, we’ve put together a list of our wonderful articles focused on saving money and having fun while enjoying your family and summer break.
Eating at home will always be less expensive than eating out, but sometimes it’s nice to go out and enjoy yourself at a restaurant. Whether it be with friends, co-workers, or you just want to have a night out for the family, these tips will save you money on all of your restaurant outings.
Summer can be a very enjoyable time as a family, but if you’re running out of things to do to keep everyone happy, it can become pretty frustrating. It’s difficult to visit a theme park or go to the movies everyday while keeping on budget. Here are some frugal summer activities for the whole family.
Back-to-school shopping can be a lot of fun, especially with the prospects of a new school year and the neat supplies available for purchase. Unfortunately, it can also make saving money difficult, but there are many ways to combat the woes of school supply budgets. Here are some tips for back to school shopping so you can get the best items at the best price.
We are currently in the hottest month of the year in the United States. July and August top the lists with record setting hottest days. Find out how to survive the summer heat without blowing your budget.
There seems to be a common misconception that winning the lottery or landing a six figure income job will suddenly solve all of our problems. Of course having enough money to not have to worry about bills and still be able to splurge is nice, but realizing money isn’t the root of happiness is a good start. There are several things you can do to…
While everyone else is out soaking up the sun at the beach or lounging around by the pool, go ahead and take advantage of big sales during the month of July. If you’ve been holding out for great deals on certain items here is a list of the best items to buy in July.
The cost of higher education seems to rise every year. Most lower and middle-class families cannot afford the additional education without federal assistance or getting themselves deep in student loan debt. Here are some tips on how to get a frugal college degree! Know What You Want Before you enroll in a brick and mortar university, figure out what you want out of your education…
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