Much like the trees shed their leaves this time of year, it may be time for individuals to do some shedding as well — of the financial nature. Autumn is the perfect time to follow the trees’ lead and strip ourselves of those unnecessary expenses we’ve piled up during summer.
Splurging on delicious treats is one of life’s many pleasures. And sure, the occasional frozen yogurt here and Chipotle takeout there won’t make much of a dent in your wallet. However, with the average American household spending $7,203 a year on food, it does make you wonder where corners can be cut.
Your home is your most important possession, and it is understandable that you want to implement effective security features to ward off any potential trespassers. Fortunately, there are several inexpensive ways to make your home more secure.Continue reading
It’s easy for your utility expenses to creep up on you. Not only do they vary seasonally, but it can be easy to overlook how often you use some of the appliances in your home.Continue reading
There is always so much to look forward to on Thanksgiving Day, from having friends and family over for dinner to playing games together and catching up on good times — and maybe even watching a little football.Continue reading
Unfortunately, doing things the healthy way often also means doing things the more expensive way. However, there are still several ways that you can experience health on a budget and reduce how much you’re spending on these types of expenses.Continue reading
If you have a habit of wondering where your money went shortly after you’ve been paid, you may be falling victim to destructive spending habits. The good news is that there are ways to become a more mindful spender.Continue reading
As the first day of school approaches, students all over the country are finalizing their school supply lists. From pencils to paper to electronics, it’s easy to become overwhelmed thinking of all you need to purchase and how much money it will cost to do so.Continue reading
Whether you’re a young college student just getting started with adult life, someone in their 30s or 40s raising a family, or even in your middle age or beyond, there are always benefits to living frugally.Continue reading