A staycation has become a popular way to save money while "going on vacation" recently. We explore why a staycation might not be the smartest move to make.
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Gas is one of the most substantial household expenses for many families. I know it’s a pretty big expense for mine. However, throughout the past couple of years, I’ve been trying to live a more frugal life. That involves looking for ways to pay less. Today, I’m going to share some secrets I’ve found that can save you a pretty penny at the pump.
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If you’re concerned about your heating bills and the costs you incur over the winter keeping your home and family warm, well, you’re not alone! Today let’s review a few simple ways you can save money this winter by keeping the house warm.
If you are like many Americans, you are struggling to get a handle on your monthly expenses. Many of you might even be living paycheck to paycheck. I’ve talked before about if you want to become wealthy, you need to focus on both sides of the wealth equation. Today, I am going to focus on the savings side of this equation. More specifically, I am going to talk about how to cut monthly expenses from your budget so that you can save a ton of money each month.
Living frugally means more than simply looking for ways to spend less. According to dictionary.reference.com…
They say that one man’s trash is another man’s treasure. As a frugal experiment we began saving up our household metal and e-waste and taking it to the local scrap yard for cash. We are not getting rich off this scheme, but it helps fund the occasional indulgence. It brought an extra couple of hundred bucks into our house last year.