There’s No Shame in Renting
Sometimes renting makes more sense than buying. There’s been a lot of debate in the blogosphere lately about…
Being Frugal is Being Different
Being different makes the world a colorful place. As an American living in France, people know that I…
My Clutter is Making Me Fat!
Sometimes the clutter in my life gets the best of me. At least that’s what Peter Walsh says. …
Is Frugal Living the New Trend? And How Our Paper Missed the Mark
My husband was taking a break at work last night when he picked up a magazine at the…
Is Re-Gifting Right or Wrong?
A friend, who also happens to read this blog, recently asked me to do a post on re-gifting….
The Difference Between Frugal and Cheap
Yesterday I was reading a post at Gather Little by Little about frugality. I scrolled down to read…
The Benefits of Unemployment
I’m a big believer in trying to look on the bright side of things. So over the last…
The Easy Frugal Things You Can Do
Last week I posed a question to my readers. I asked “What is the easiest frugal thing you…
Things I’ve Learned About Money by Not Having a Lot of It.
Last week I told you about my biggest financial success: becoming a stay-at-home mom. Today I’d like to…
Saver or Spender: Nature or Nurture?
Are you a saver or a spender? And why? Is it something you learned? Or is your financial…