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Can the 50-30-20 Rule Stop You Living Paycheck to Paycheck?

Are you sick of living paycheck to paycheck? Are you wondering if the 50-30-20 Rule can really improve your finances? By the end of this post, you’ll find out if this rule is going to help you. Plus you’ll also learn how to change it to suit your needs.   78 percent of Americans say… Read More »

61 Ways to Cut Your Grocery Bill in Half

For most ordinary folks like you and me, we buy most of our stuff at supermarkets. But the thing is you may not be getting your best deals at supermarkets. These places give you the convenience of a one-stop shop, but can cost you more in grocery bills! Related posts: Frugal Supermarket Shopping – Fun… Read More »

Practical Frugality – How to Make Things Last Longer

In my previous posts, I often talked about extending the life of a product to stretch your hard-earned dollar. In this post, I’m going to show you exactly how I squeezed the last drop of cream from my favorite moisturizer without using a toothpaste squeezer. This post is different from my usual posts, as it’s… Read More »

100 Frugal Ideas to Enjoy Life to the Fullest

There’re many things in this world that bring us happiness if we allow them into our lives. This collection of 100 Frugal Ideas gives you lots of opportunities to enjoy your life to the fullest. The best part is they won’t cost us very much, if anything at all.   Subscribe now to get your… Read More »

Cash Envelope System – Pros, Cons & Tips

What is the Cash Envelope System (CES)? It is used for variable expenses like groceries, eating out and gas. If you’ve budgeted $140 for groceries each week, you’ll place $140 cash into an envelope labelled groceries. The aim is to stick to your weekly budget for groceries, by making sure that you spend up to… Read More »

Frugal Living – 22 Things We Stopped Buying to Save Money

Welcome, dear readers. As part of frugal living, we’re looking at what things you can stop buying so you can watch your savings soar! Are you buying things without realizing that you don’t actually need them? No problem! This post is on: – the common things to stop buying – the potential savings you’ll enjoy… Read More »

6 Proven Secrets to Stop Impulse Spending at Mega Sales

What frugal shopping lessons can we learn from a Boxing Day sale? Lots, judging from my recent experience. I want to share this with you as soon as I can, so that you’ll benefit from my experience. I’ve examined how we avoided unneeded buys, and the strategies we used. Resistance (to spending on bargains) is… Read More »