“Being frugal isn’t about being cheap, it’s about being resourceful”. That is the motto of this blog, but what is the difference between being cheap and being frugal anyways? There are a lot of people that associates being frugal with being cheap… and that is wrong!
Are you coming into a house that is hot in the summer? Did you know that turning the AC to a colder-than-normal setting won’t cool rooms any faster? It’s time take proactive measures to slash your cooling bill this summer. These 5 low-cost tips will ensure you won’t experience an over-priced energy bill this summer.
Have you been paying attention to how much insurance is costing you these days? Overpaying for insurance should be a big concern for any driver or homeowner. After all, insurance…
There are many products out there that may cost you upfront but will save you even more money in the long run. Today I want to share with you things that I have that cost money but ultimately saves much more. I hope this post inspires you to look at your budget and consider different products to save money.
You might think that changing air filters less frequently saves money, but that’s not true. As air filters pull dust and other material from the air, that material sits on the filter and it becomes more difficult for air to pass through. Adding an air filter to your budget will most definitely save you money!
If you want to save money on your electric bill, light bulbs are the first things to consider. The actual cost includes more than just the upfront price of each bulb you buy; you should also factor in how much each option will cost to operate over the years.
Paying a high energy bill every month is like throwing your money away. Don’t do it! Here are my top 7 Ways to Save Money on Your Home Energy Bills.
When you go out to eat, you are not only paying for the food and drinks that you order, you are also paying for the cooks, wait staff, ambiance, rent for the building, advertising costs and more. Can you frugal this? The answer is absolute, you can still enjoy a frugal meal and not break the bank… that’s with a little creative thinking.
I’ve noticed that the habits of frugal people tend to be universal. While not every frugal person in the world does the things I’ve listed below, there are some common threads like not being wasteful and not being materialistic.
If you have a family, especially with kids, you might wonder what fun frugal activities you can do to help save some of that money. Today, I will share with you what our family does to entertain ourselves and the benefits of the activities.