Why on Earth would someone reject free solar panels? Listen to our cautionary tale of not accepting poor service–even if it means spending more money.
I talk a lot about frugality and consumerism, but I haven’t addressed their cousin, non-consumerism. What the hell is it and how can it help you save money?
Many of us have had daydreams about quitting our jobs in a blaze of glory. It sounds fun, but it’s a bad financial move. Here’s how to NOT quit your job.
Woohoo! It was a mega frugal weekend, y’all! We tasted homemade wine, baked, did yard work, and enjoyed our extra time off. How did you spend or save money?
Thankfully August wasn’t a too terrible of a budget busting month! Phew! See where our money went in August and our goals for September.
Is it right to say poverty can be solved with simple frugal steps? I don’t think so at all. Read on to see why I believe frugality doesn’t solve poverty.
How do you help someone who’s grieving? Check out these frugal alternatives to the traditional $80 wreath and really help someone out!
Did you know you’re more likely to spend money when you’re sad or frustrated? Check out these tips on staying happy at work, even when you want to scream.
Do you work a 9-to-5 job? I’m in the same boat, pal. And while I’m grateful for the living I earn, I’m standing against the 9-to-5 work schedule.
Commercials are a pretty constant part of life, whether you see them on TV or your phone. They’re everywhere! Do you think commercials are inherently bad?
I sort-of took on the Plastic-Free July challenge to eliminate single-use plastic items. See how I did on the challenge and share your plastic-free tips!
July was a record budget – busting month for the Picky Pinchers. See what we spent (gulp!) and how we plan to improve in August.
What can you give up right now to pay off your debt more quickly? Check out these ideas from my pal Jen on how to save even more money!
I recently conquered my mondo-huge, petrifying fear of needles in the name of getting some life insurance. Have you ever overcome a huge fear?
For those who are curious, Mr. Picky Pincher dishes on how the Picky household does budgets. See our budget template and share your own!