Frugal Living Advice & Tips
Tips for frugal living, budgeting and trimming the fat
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.
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.
In this day and age, it is still possible to be able to live within your income and find some extra income to invest? Then enjoy that extra cash.
Raising a family is expensive. If you know where to look, there are several ways to save money and stretch a dollar. Here is one mom's suggestions for getting the most out of her money.
Sometimes, for whatever reason, you might not have the money available to buy the foods you want. Here are a number of tips for the desperate person to use for surviving a period of hard times.
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.
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.
If you want to provide a warm habitat for outdoor and stray cats during the winter but don't want to spend a lot of money, then making your own insulated house might be the perfect solution.
The idea of living cheaply in Thailand appeals to many. It is not as difficult as it may first appear. Here is wise advice on how you can overcome some of the difficulties.
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