Tag Archives: budget

Frugal Living – 22 Things We Stopped Buying to Save Money

My family have stopped buying these things to increase our savings. What we have been doing works for us, as I have included the amount of savings every year. I’ve compiled this list as a way for you to give yourself some food for thought about your own spending. If you feel happy buying the… Read More »

How to Stop Living from Paycheck to Paycheck Forever

My mission in writing this post is to empower us all to stop living from paycheck to paycheck Sadly, many Americans are living paycheck to paycheck. How do we know? A Bankrate financial security index survey found that 61 percent of Americans do not have enough savings to pay off an unexpected $1,000 bill –… Read More »

20 Clever Frugal Tips to Save Even More Money (Part 2)

Welcome to Part 2 of 20 Clever Frugal Tips to Save Even More Money 🙂 You’ll find exciting and fun frugal ways to save more money with these clever tips, more than you could have ever imagined. They are super easy for you to do from day-to-day, especially for anyone on a budget AND you… Read More »

20 Frugal Living Tips to Save Even More Money (Part 1)

Do you want to know how to make your stuff last as l-o-n-g as possible? And save a ton of money? Then read on! The good news is anyone can do this! Use these 20 frugal living tips honed from my family’s years of experience and you’ll be pleasantly surprised . . . But how… Read More »

12 Surprising Frugal Tips that Thrifty People Love (Part 2)

With inflation, the cost of almost everything we can think of keeps rising. We need to be really creative and use smart saving ideas to get great deals on the stuff we need to buy. Previously I’ve talked about 6 other super frugal tips to save more money. It pays to read it as well.… Read More »

5 Easy Steps Saved Me $554 in Under An Hour

Bigger Bills and More Bills 🙁 You may well have been regularly stung by your bills. Our house insurance bill arrived in June 2017. What? $1,009?! Wait a minute, wasn’t that $918 just last year? $91 more, a 9.9% increase! Wouldn’t it be $1,110 next year at this absurd rate of increase? 🙁 Our near stagnant salaries… Read More »