In the past, figuring out how much a car would cost you was simple. There was only one price for you to consider, the one on the sticker at the dealership. Today it’s a different story. There are multiple prices for each car and they are everywhere: online, in the newspaper, on commercials, on Twitter, and on the sticker at the dealership. Buying a car…
Online shopping is becoming more and more popular and for good reason. You can find all kinds of products at different locations from the comfort of your home, and save time and money doing it. Here are 8 tips to get the most out of online shopping.
In college, I was known for being the girl that loved “brinner” (breakfast for dinner). Although French toast and pancakes were usually a front runner on my menu, eggs were my all-time favorite, especially on days when my scholarship money was running super low. Not only are eggs loaded with tons of protein and Omega 3’s, but they are essentially the least expensive protein you…
Eating out is about more than convenience – it’s about enjoying a meal in a friendly, fun atmosphere with people you care about – and it can also get expensive. Most frugal guides tell you to quit dining at restaurants to save money, but you can still enjoy a nice dinner out while saving money. Here are 5 ways to save money at restaurants.
Do you want to live a frugal lifestyle but are afraid that it will come off as cheap or miserly? There’s no need to worry that friends and family will nickname you “Scrooge,” because there are literally dozens of ways to live a stylish life while still being smart with your money. Below are my top four.
Joining a gym can cost between $10 and $30 per month, or even more, and these costs add up quickly. Here are three workouts you can do at home for less than your gym membership would cost you.
With longer days during the summer, it’s a great time to dive into a project or two. Here are 7 frugal summer projects and activities.
So you’ve already cut back on your expenses by knocking out frivolous purchases like Starbucks, but you want to save even more money. Since you’re already on a tight budget, it takes a little creativity to find additional savings. Here are 10 ways to save money on a tight budget.
Saving money is one of my very favorite things, and it’s probably yours, too. It’s not just about cutting back on frivolous spending or using coupons – it’s about managing your finances, staying within your budget and finding new ways to save money. Here are 10 online tools and mobile phone apps to help you save money.
When it comes to relocating to a new flat or house, most people are afraid of the costs it will involve. Whether moving for a change of place, for monetary purposes or for undertaking new employment, relocating to a new place can be the most time-consuming experience. Moving to a new location involves a lot of stress and can weigh heavily on your budget. Here…
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