TV is one of my favorite forms of entertainment. I keep up with many new shows, and I also like to watch old shows in syndication. Luckily, you don’t need to pay high prices to get your TV fix. Here are some ways to save money on TV.
We all love a great vacation, even if it means going outside our frugal budgets once in a while. Taking a fun trip is a good way to relax and recharge, but it can also be stressful – planning and budgeting is tough, but your vacation doesn’t have to break your bank. Find out how to plan a cheap vacation so you can enjoy your…
Heading out on the open road is a great way to spend your summer vacation, but costs can add up quickly. Here are 4 ways to stretch your budget and save money so you can take a longer road trip without spending a fortune.
Most of us are looking forward to our upcoming three day weekend, even if we aren’t planning an early summer vacation. Here are some frugal ideas to have fun and enjoy your Memorial Day weekend.
Throwing a yard sale is one of the most American ways to get rid of your old junk, but it takes a lot of effort and isn’t always successful. Here are eight tips to throw a successful garage sale.
Is your family looking for something different than the usual Sunday routine? Here are some fun and inexpensive ways to gather family and friends on a Sunday afternoon.
Saturday is often times the best day of the weekend. You can sleep in a little bit and still have the whole day to enjoy. Here are some fun ways your family can kick start your Saturday and still have money left over for the rest of the weekend.
During the fall, many families leave behind the summer fun and put their nose to the grindstone without coming up for air until Christmas break. So, what if there were fun activities that families could do without dipping into Christmas savings? Here are some fun ways families can connect on weekends without spending a lot of money.
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