Buying in Bulk to Save Money

Buying in Bulk to Save Money

When it comes to grocery shopping, you can save a lot of money by buying from the bulk bins. Bulk foods are usually (but not always) less expensive, because there’s no packaging, cutting the cost of […]

Healthy Eating on a Budget

Today we’re talking about healthy eating on a budget. It’s Friday, and it’s time to tackle some more reader questions. I have two related questions today. I’m definitely going to need some reader help with these […]

What Does Financial Independence Mean to You?

I can’t wait to celebrate my Financial Independence Day! Have you ever thought about what your Financial Independence Day? The day when you are free from all debt? I know I have. I’m planning on celebrating […]

Christian Perspective: Lessons from the Ant

Christian Perspective: Lessons from the Ant

We can learn a lot from ants. Yesterday as I was thinking about what to write about today, I came across a great list of scriptures pertaining to personal finance at ChristianPF. (If you haven’t read […]

Should I Pursue My Dream Job or Not?

Today we have two questions from two readers, but they’re along the same lines. First, Faye asks, I am immigrating to the US soon, and I am contemplating on going to part-time law school at a […]

Tightwad Tuesday: Frugal Date Ideas

Jim and I at our wedding 13 years ago. It’s my anniversary today. My husband and I have been married for 13 years. It doesn’t seem like it’s been that long. I guess time does fly […]

Tightwad Tuesday: Frugal Summer Fun

Water parks are always lots of fun. Tomorrow is the last day of school for my daughter. My son has been out of school for about a month now. For the next two months we’ll be […]

A Month of Menus and Frugal Recipes

You asked, and here it is. The list of recipes I’m using for the month. Since up until now I haven’t cooked a lot with dried beans, I’m trying a lot of recipes I’ve found online. […]

Plan Your Grocery Shopping for a Month to Save Money

This month I went into ultra-frugal mode. After blowing my eating out budget again, and again, and again, I decided I’ve had enough. It’s time to buckle down, plan a little better, and actually stay within […]

Tips for Traveling with Children

Vacation. You’ve been looking forward to it all year, and the day is finally here. You load the last of the suitcases in the car, make sure the kids are buckled in, and head off on […]

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