Want to be more thrifty, but don’t know where to start? Here are 6 steps that will see you drastically reduce your spending, increase your savings and be in a better place with your finances.
Want to save money? Become more frugal. Here are 10 essential skills you need to be more frugal, save money and live the good life.
If there’s one sure fire way to learn, it’s the hard way. And that’s exactly what people had to do during the depression. Luckily for us, we don’t need to learn the hard way – we can take on board the advice from our depression era grandparents – advice that never gets old and is just as relevant today as it was back then.
If you’re new to frugal living, a great way to start is to have a no spend challenge. This gets you in the habit of meeting your needs without spending money, a fundamental frugal skill.
Slow and steady is not so fashionable these days when it comes to creating and furnishing a comfortable home. But it is the more satisfying and economical approach.