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Edible Landscaping Plan for Beginners: Part One

Edible Landscaping Plan for Beginners: Part One

Why plant just any plant in your landscaping when you can plant something edible and accomplish the same goal, whether it be shade, privacy, color, focus, erosion control, or design. There is an edible plant that […]

An Interview with a Millionaire

I believe that success in life is rarely a case of luck, but rather a matter of cause and effect. If you do A and B you will get C. In most cases if you just […]

My Frugal Story by Jim of Bargaineering

My Frugal Story begins as a child. Growing up, my parents were frugal and it was a mindset they passed along to me. In 1978, my father bought a one way ticket from Taiwan to the […]

Don’t Be Squeamish Over “Gently Used”

There are treasures to be found at yard sales. If the thought of buying anything from a yard sale or thrift store gives you the heebie-jeebies, think of this: EVERYTHING is ‘used’ from the moment you […]

Your Financial Life on One Page (FLOP)

Make sure your loved one knows where to find your financial information, should something happen to you. When I was about 14 years old, my uncle suddenly and unexpectedly went home to be with the Lord. […]

3 Quick and Frugal Alternatives to Fast Food Dinner

If you’re like me, you know what sort of day I’m talking about. The one that seems will never end, yet six o’clock rolls around too quickly; you’re left cranky from hunger and wondering what to […]

Getting Back on Track

Sometimes even the most frugal person feels like money is going out faster than it’s coming in. I’ve always been frugal. Ever since I was a little kid, I’ve always preferred to save my money instead […]

Being Frugal is Being Different

Being Frugal is Being Different

Being different makes the world a colorful place. As an American living in France, people know that I am different as soon as I open my mouth. It might be because of my accent, or the […]

6 Supermarket Savings Secrets

1. Shop Once Per Week Shopping once a week forces you to keep make a shopping list. Shopping with a list (and just sticking to it) means you’ll be less tempted by impulse buys, and you […]

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