Category: Saving Money
The average household in America consumes almost 900 kilowatts (kWh) of electricity every month which means the average bills likely soars over $100 per month for electricity alone. Being proactive with electricity habits can save lots of money, not just monthly, but for the rest of your life. These 30 little changes mean big savings throughout a lifetime.
There are actually plenty of companies offering free internet services, and even more which offer heavily discounted services that will fit even the tightest budget.
Online shopping is great for many reasons– namely that you can shop while never having to put on a bra. And with the rise of online shopping popularity, merchant kick backs, it only makes sense that websites would try to profit off of it. The […]
I made a mental note to look into Imperfect Produce. That was about 3 months ago. It slipped my mind until last Tuesday I saw an ad online and went, “ooooh, yes, I wanted to try it!” (Short opening clip below) With a 50% off […]
Woop, a little late again, but I have news kids! We did hit a new money milestone. It’s kind of exciting so I am giving a full financial update. (I switched to giving net worth updates only when we hit certain milestones so I can find […]
~ I’ve honestly wondered about this. Let’s do the whole math and find out! Our brand of frugality is pretty typical (to a little extra strength) in the accumulation phase. My general belief is if you optimize and cultivated self-introspection so that your inner lives and […]
Does anyone remember that show Married…With Children? I use to watch old reruns of Married…With Children on FOX even though it was a little before my time. I didn’t always get the jokes back then because I was still picking up English, but I […]
Frugal isn’t just an activity or adjective! But frugal living just doesn’t sound as cool as being an all-black turtleneck wearing minimalist…nor is frugality marketed to the masses with much finesse. Understandable 🙂 there’s no profit in selling frugality, ha! But I do question why frugality […]