How to Save Money in A Tight Economy

In today’s economy, with prices on everything from groceries to gas steadily rising every week, money is tight. Monthly utility bills are rising faster than the rate of inflation. For instance, the average rent in the US has risen to just over $1500 a month and over half of Americans are finding it difficult to … Read more

31 Small Frugal Habits That Save Money Around the House

People consistently ignore habits that they feel “aren’t worth their time” because they aren’t saving enough money by doing them. However, when it comes to frugal living, it’s the small amounts of money that add up to big savings over time. By being consistent in even the smallest habits, you can accumulate significant savings. Over … Read more

How to Save $1000 This Summer (Even on A Tight Budget)

Article abound, telling you how to save large amounts of money—like $1000 in a month or $10,000 in three months. But, the current stress of stretching your dollars and figuring out how to adjust your budget for inflation, can make goals like this feel overwhelming – or downright impossible. So, instead, let’s focus on a … Read more

How To Use Loud Budgeting To Reach Financial Goals

A new trend called loud budgeting recently burst upon the frugality world and has taken it by storm. This movement, primarily led by Gen Z’ers, is centered around becoming open, honest – and very vocal about your budget and financial goals when declining social invitations from family and friends. According to a recent article in … Read more

How to Live Below Your Means when Money Is Tight

The phrase “living below your means” can be confusing. A simple definition might include things like: In addition, living beneath your means: less stress.  You have confidence that you will meet your expenses and still have money left over. However, in an age of rising prices and record inflation, living below your means and saving … Read more

5 Small Changes That Help You Save Big Money

When it comes to saving money, we often “discount” the little things (Yep. That was a pun). Most people don’t really believe that changing a few weekly habits could actually make it possible for them to pay off their mortgage, take a dream vacation, or save toward another great, big goal. But, that just isn’t … Read more