Another week gone by, eh? I’m sad that the weekend flew by so quickly, but thrilled that we got a lot of frugal fun accomplished. Check out how we spent our two days off work, and add your own in the comments!
In the spirit of Valentine’s Day, I compiled a list of frugal living tips that I love (see what I did there?). The internet contains a plethora of frugal living ideas, but it can often be tough to know what tips are worth it. Here’s a list of the best frugal living tips that I’ve tried and love. Add yours in the comments!
What a frugal weekend, indeed! We did plenty around the house, but also made sure to have fun. We did stupid adult things like pay taxes (oof), but we also drank good beer and had the best fried chicken of our lives. How did you save or spend money this weekend? Chat in the comments!
What do you buy used from the thrift store? I looove shopping used, but there are some gems and some flops. Here’s what you should (and shouldn’t) buy used.
What a weekend! We managed to take a cooking class, brew beer, and cook tons of amazing food. See how we tried to save money by using our weekend hours wisely. How did you save money this weekend? Chat in the comments!
Ouch! January was definitely not a great month for our budget, y’all. We managed to sock away money towards debt, but our expenses were quite high. See what we spent this month and where we plan to go in February.
It was an unseasonably warm weekend and we spent most of it hanging out with family. Here’s how we attempted to save (and spent) money this weekend. Add your own in the comments!
What’s all the hubbub with money apps these days? I reviewed one of them, Acorns, to see what it was all about. See if Acorns is worth the money.
Another frugal weekend is under our belts, Picky peeps! We managed to keep ourselves busy this weekend, but also made time for plenty of vegging. Of course the two days were far too short, but we made the most of our time away from work with a few frugal activities. Let me know yours in the comments!
Wait, who says you can only be happy if you’re retired? I’m making a conscious effort to live like I’m in retirement while working a 9-to-5. Here’s how.