Save More Money
Here are ideas for how to save money fast without making a large, negative impact on your lifestyle.
There are tips for how to reduce everyday expenses (e.g. groceries, utilities) as well as long-term debt.
There are also ideas for people exploring minimalism and frugal living.
Do you feel like your kid is costing an arm and a leg? According to the U.S. Department of Agriculture, every child costs mom and dad $233,610. And that's only up until 17 and doesn't include college expenses! As a pick-up-a-penny-on-the-street kind of person, that...read more
It's the new year! With the holiday bills coming in, now's as good a time as any to quit buying things to save money! This is the easiest way to quickly improve your finances! What things should you stop buying to save money? There are MANY things you could...read more
While financial goals can be set all year round, there's something about creating money resolutions for the new year that feels right! You want to kick off the year with a good financial mindset. Build the momentum of fiscal progress to set the tone for the rest of...read more
Best Black Friday 2018 Deals for the Instant Pot – where to get the cheapest price in the U.S. and Canada
It's Black Friday 2018. Cheap Instant Pot deals are back! I am one of those people who missed out on buying the Instant Pot during Black Friday last year and I still think about it! Luckily, my husband surprised me with one on Mother's Day. It's been a game changer...read more
It can be difficult to find a gift for the women in your life who are frugal. You want to give them something that shows that you know and respect their frugal lifestyle. What makes it more challenging is that a frugal person is often somewhat of a minimalist. How do...read more
Every year, I struggle to come up with gifts for my husband. It's particularly difficult because my husband is a frugal person. Frugal people tend to value practical things and experiences. I look through gift guides. I browse Amazon's best-seller lists. It's...read more
It's embarrassing to admit, but I only started cooking in my mid-20’s. I used to eat out a lot. I knew the key to saving money on food is cooking at home. Through a lot of research and trial and error, these are the tips I’ve used to cut my food expenses in half!...read more
Have you ever wondered why some people are rich? It's all in the mindset. How you think and use money. Look at Robert Kiyosaki who Celebrity Net Worth estimates as having $80 million. He's the author of Rich Dad Poor Dad, one of the best-selling personal finance books...read more
According to the U.S. Department of Energy, the average U.S. family spends $2060 per year for home utilities - almost 50% is on heating and cooling. It's often thought that in order to decrease utilities costs, all you need are energy star qualified appliances...read more
Baby stuff is expensive. With so much selection, deciding what to buy can be overwhelming. What do babies actually use? When I was pregnant, I looked through many baby must haves/essentials lists and spoke to a lot of parents. There seemed to be two opposite schools...read more