Frugal Living Advice & Tips
Who can turn chicken leg quarters down when they're 69 cents a pound? They come with ribs and excess skin and fat, though. Part them out into drumsticks and thighs and make broth from the trimmings.
World War 2 was a time of strife and shortages for almost everyone. There are many frugal living tips from that era that we can use today and during future shortages or supply disruptions.
Living frugally is less about depriving yourself of things than about meeting your needs more resourcefully. Begin by taking a whole new approach to things, exploring free and cheap first.
Tips for frugal living, budgeting and trimming the fat
The battle line are drawn. It is you against the giant retailer. Read these suggestions if you are interested in saving money on your grocery bill.
It can be hard to live a frugal lifestyle when coworkers ask you to lunch. Try these tips for politely turning down coworkers when you want to save money on food.
Learn to make the most of your grocery budget with these fourteen dollar-saving tips and share your advice on how to keep healthy food on the table when money is tight.
There are many reasons to go off the grid. I have no other reason than to escape the tyranny of taxation, fees, licenses, permits and any other type of thievery the government can come up with.
It has been years since in knew what “extra” money was. It seems like no one has a disposable income like they used to. Just getting by from month to month and trying not to go over-budget.
Have you ever needed to save some extra money, but don't know where to start? Here are a few simple things you can do to put money back into your pocket.
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