Easter Hunt Tips That Will Give Peter Cottontail a Run For His Money

In just a few short weeks Peter Cottontail will be hopping around the bunny trail to deliver colorful eggs to children all over the world. If you’re a parent or you have children in your life, then you’re probably excited to have everyone hunt eggs and find lots of delicious treats. Of course, if you’re on a budget then you may have a problem organizing […] » Continue Reading

Ten Shopping Categories to Avoid in April 2017

April is a great month filled with weather changes, holidays and the beautification process of the Earth. With all of the rain coming in, many people take to stores to engage in some retail therapy. This might not be great for your budget, especially if you try to shop for a few different categories this season. Luckily, there’s a specific ten that you should be […] » Continue Reading

Top Ten Frugal Pranks for the Work Place

With April Fools Day is coming around the corner in a couple of weeks, thus you may want to figure out a few ways to have some fun in the work place. However, many adult pranks usually come with a price that will hit your wallet more so than anything else. Luckily, there’s a few classic pranks that many people in the work place may […] » Continue Reading

Frugal Ways to Make Women’s History Month Count

The month of March is dedicated to the fascinating and empowering history of women. With special occasions like International Women’s Day, you may find it hard not to feel the need to celebrate throughout the month of March. Luckily, there’s lots of great ways to do so which won’t cost you a small fortune. With the budget out of the way, you may find that […] » Continue Reading

Fresh and Frugal Ways to Celebrate the Spring Equinox

With the clocks springing forward and the weather warming up, you may find that it’s time to start preparing for the Spring time. One of the best ways to get ready for the seasonal change is to plan out something to do to celebrate the Spring Equinox. In some cultures, this date is actually a holiday that celebrates the renewal of life. That doesn’t mean […] » Continue Reading

Frugal Ways To Spend Your Tax Return Money

Tax season often makes people really happy. With many getting tax credits and a refund, this season often brings a huge boost to the economy because money tends to burn a whole in people’s pockets. However, if you’re trying to keep things frugal then you may want to consider treating this year’s tax return a bit differently. There’s many ways you can transform the money […] » Continue Reading

Spring Cleaning Ideas That Are Cheap and Mother Nature Friendly

With the Spring Equinox only a couple of weeks away and the weather clearing up, you may be getting an itch to start cleaning up your home. Spring Cleaning is an annual tradition that can help you get your home off to a great start before the summer months arrive and the kids are constantly home from school. The only problem is many of the […] » Continue Reading

Ten Diapering Tips To Keep Your Child Clean and Healthy For Less

If you’re expecting or you have a child in diapers, then you may have developed a fear for this costly part of having a baby. It seems like diaper duty never ends, which can be a problem if you’re on a tight budget. Diapers and wipes aren’t exactly on the cheap end of the spectrum and with all of your other new expenses, you may […] » Continue Reading

What To Avoid Spending Your Money On In March 2017

February seemed to fly by with major holidays like Valentine’s Day and President’s Day to leave your budget a little out of sorts. Luckily, March will be a little easier on your budget with a break from any major gift-giving holiday though, so now is the perfect time to recover a little from the holiday season. That doesn’t mean that it’s safe to shop for […] » Continue Reading

Frugal Ways to Make Your Child’s St. Patrick’s Day Happy-Go-Lucky

St. Patrick’s Day is a great time to have a bit of fun while celebrating Irish heritage. Although the holiday is mostly filled with non-traditional elements from Irish culture and largely appeals to adults, you will be surprised by how much fun a child can have on the special occasion. These ten tips should help you keep your child busy on St. Patrick’s Day without […] » Continue Reading

Ten Ways to Ditch Your Credit Card Debt Faster

With the major holidays finally over, you may be wondering how you’re going to get rid of all of your debt without paying a small fortune in interest. Credit card debt can be a huge pain to knock out, especially when you’re already on a tight budget, but there are ways to help you become debt free in less time than you’d expect. This will […] » Continue Reading

Cheapest Locations For A Frugal and Romantic Wedding

Wedding season is on its way, which means you may be scrambling to find a venue if you’re planning on tying the knot any time soon. The wedding venue can be one of the most expensive aspects of a wedding, which is why it’s always good to try to cut costs as much as you can. Not to mention, you may find that booking a […] » Continue Reading

Can Food Box Subscriptions Benefit Your Household and Budget?

Food box subscriptions have been trendy for the last couple of years and they’re gaining even more steam this year. With subscriptions becoming one of the hottest trends for millennials, the food boxes are a hit amongst those who want to spend more time cooking their own meals and less time on fast foods that aren’t good for you. However, the only problem is many […] » Continue Reading

President’s Day Tips That Will Celebrate Your Frugal Budget

After not seeing a whole lot of sales in January, you may be pleased to finally have access to some great bargains over the President’s Day weekend. Of course, the idea of a three-day weekend might be even more exciting to you. However, if you’re on a tight budget then keeping yourself or a family entertained can be a major problem. Luckily, there’s a whole […] » Continue Reading

Ten Ways to Make Walmart Savings Work For You

If you shop at Walmart, then you’ve probably fallen into the money hole that includes buying way more than you actually intended on. With this budgeting conundrum, you may constantly be looking for new ways to save money at any Walmart store. Luckily, there are many ways to cut back on how you spend at the store that may not be as obvious as you […] » Continue Reading

Kid Inspired Fun For Mardi Gras A Budget Friendly 2017

It’s almost time for Mardi Gras again, which means you may have to jump through some hoops to share this holiday with the kids. Although many Mardi Gras activity are based around adult entertainment, you may be surprised as to how much fun you can have with the kids during this period of celebration. Although you may not end up in the middle of the […] » Continue Reading

Ten of the Worst Items To Shop For in February 2017

February is home to many amazing deals that will lure you in and allow you to enjoy post-holiday shopping without worry. However, there are many things that you should probably avoid shopping for if you want to get the most out of your budget during this amazing month of sales. Luckily, as long as you know what to avoid you should be able get the […] » Continue Reading

Frugal Valentine’s Day Gifts Bound to Steal His Heart

Valentine’s Day will be here before you know it, which leaves you to figure out how to work around another holiday on your tight budget. This holiday can be the perfect time to let your special someone know how you feel about them though, but that doesn’t mean you have to pour a lot of money into the holiday. There’s actually many different ways you […] » Continue Reading

Celebrate the Year of the Fire Rooster Without Burning Up Your Budget

The Chinese New Year is right around the corner. Starting January 28, everyone will be celebrating the year of the fire rooster, which is sure to bring on some joy and excitement during the long holiday celebration. However, if you’re not financially prepared for another holiday then you may be wondering how you can enjoy the Chinese New Year without spending a small fortune. There […] » Continue Reading

Quick Ways To Protect Yourself From Flooding No Matter the Season

This season has bought a surprising amount of rain and snow to many areas of the country. Unfortunately, some of these areas weren’t able to deal with the influx of water, which has caused flooding in many areas. As Spring approaches, we may be dealing with even more storms that will leave us fighting back the water in order to keep our families safe and […] » Continue Reading

Quick Tips to Cut Back on Your Mounting Medical Expenses

Medical bills seem to be on everyone’s minds today. For some, the mounting debt is overwhelming and they can’t seem to find a way to deal with the ever-increasing charges. For others, the idea of having a medical emergency haunts them as they aren’t sure their insurance will do them any good. No matter what situation you’re in, there are some ways you can help […] » Continue Reading

Create a Frugal 2017 By Shaving Money Off Your Monthly Bills

One of the most common New Year’s Resolutions is actually cutting back on monthly spending. Although many people choose to target the items they splurge on, you may find that there’s a whole lot of money hiding in all of the bills that you pay each month. With a quick look at your budget, you may find that there’s a whole lot of changes you […] » Continue Reading

Ten Items To Buy in 2017 That Will Help Cut Back on Your Spending

With 2017 finally here, you’re probably well on your way to making your money saving goals a reality. However, working on this resolution can be a bit of a challenge if you’re not sure where to begin. There’s lots of great tips and tricks to follow out there, but sometimes you have to spend a little money to save a little money too. For instance, […] » Continue Reading

Cozy Ideas To Warm Up Your Dorm Room This Winter

Most students are heading back to their dorm rooms to begin a new semester. However, they may be in for an unpleasant surprise if they live in a cold region. Many dorm rooms are notorious for being ridiculously cold, which will probably feel a lot worse to students returning back to the dorms from their warm and cozy homes. It may be hard to find […] » Continue Reading

Ten Things To Avoid Shopping For In January 2017

If you still have a bit of the shopping bug leftover for the holiday season, then January is probably one of the best times to get out and find some great deals. Everything from holiday décor to TVs will be displayed at a remarkable price that you’ll have to see to believe. However, there are a few items you should probably avoid if you plan […] » Continue Reading

Frugal Ways to Boost Confidence in the New Year So You Can Achieve Greatness

With the New Year rapidly approaching, you’re probably trying to come up with a few ways that you’d like to change your life for the better. Boosting your confidence is a great way to create a better New Year and will give you the motivation and courage to change other aspects of your life too. Luckily, working on your confidence won’t cost you a small […] » Continue Reading

Frugal Ways For Kwanzaa Beginners to Celebrate and Learn

If you’re new to Kwanzaa and don’t know where to begin then you may find it overwhelming to see how expensive it is to get this holiday off the ground. There are, of course, cheap options, but if you’re not sure how to start and don’t have guidance then spending lots of money may be the solution. There’s lots of great ways to enjoy the […] » Continue Reading

Boxing Day Ideas to Keep the Holiday Rolling on a Small Budget

For many families, Boxing Day can be a strange transition from the buzz of the holidays to dealing with all of the recycling left behind from the big day. There’s actually a lot of great things you can do on Boxing Day though that will help make your holiday even better and will add memories to this special day that your kids will want to […] » Continue Reading

Cheap Winter Foods That Will Keep Your Family Warm, Fed and Satisfied

Keeping the grocery budget in check can be pretty hard no matter the time of the year. However, winter seems to be a bit harder on most households. With major feasts happening for the holidays and family members wanting heavier meals to keep them warmer, buying groceries to satisfy everyone can really become a huge form of stress. There’s a lot of great ways to […] » Continue Reading

Winter Vacation Trips That Will Have Your Family Feeling the Holiday Fun

The holidays are rapidly approaching, which means it’s almost time for the kids to take a break from school. Although winter break isn’t as long as summer break, you may find yourself struggling with ways to keep your kids busy as the holidays pass and boredom sets in. There’s lots of great things to do during this holiday season though, even if you don’t have […] » Continue Reading

Ten Ways to Bring in Holiday Cash in Your Spare Time

The holidays can be the worst on your budget. With all of the money quickly jumping out of your pockets, you’re sure to feel your head spinning. If you have a few minutes of spare time each day, you may be able to help make up for the loss of funds that happens during the merry time of the year. There’s lots of great ways […] » Continue Reading

DIY Ornament Ideas That Will Make Your Tree Frugal and Festive

Decorating the holiday tree can be one of the most exciting times for the whole family. It’s a great way to get together and bond over the holiday magic, while adding your family’s personality to the holiday season. However, finding the perfect ornaments to let everyone know who you are as a family can really add to the financial strain. Between tree themes and characters […] » Continue Reading

Ten Ways to Avoid Overspending On This Year’s Holiday Gifts

There’s no doubt, it’s pretty easy to go overboard when it comes to spending over the holidays. This is especially the case when there’s children involved. No matter how many times you tell yourself you’re going to watch your spending and concentrate on the true meaning of the holiday, it always seems to end up the same. That is, telling your budget to take a […] » Continue Reading

December Must Buys to Help You Save Money During the Holiday Season

December is here and so is the biggest shopping period of the year, which means your budget could be going a little haywire right now. With lots of holiday goods to buy and a few household necessities and wants, you might find that saving during this time of the year isn’t exactly an option. Luckily, there are a few things that you should be looking […] » Continue Reading

Ten Ways to Make Breast Feeding Even More Frugal

Welcoming a baby into a world is a great experience, but there’s many challenges that go along with it. One challenge is whether or not you should breastfeed your child or give them formula. Breastfeeding tends to be one of the most popular options for mothers and babies because it offers the most nutrients for the child. Of course, it is also one of the […] » Continue Reading

Ten Holiday Scams You Should Be Watching Out For in 2016

Tis the season for giving, which also means it’s the season for taking too. Crime rates skyrocket during the holiday months, but there are some crimes you can avoid. Scammers constantly prey on anyone they can get their hands, which makes it hard to keep up with your money over the holiday season. Being aware is one of the best ways you can prevent falling […] » Continue Reading

Ten Ways to Decorate for Hanukkah for Less Than You Expect

With the month of November already half way over, you may already be thinking about what you plan to do for Hanukkah fun. This amazing holiday has a lot to offer, including a wide assortment of ways to bring even more festivity to the celebration. Although many people choose not to decorate for Hanukkah, those that do or have the pressure of Home Owner Association […] » Continue Reading

Ten Ways to Get More for Your Money During Holiday Hotel Stays

Thanksgiving is practically here only to be followed by a wide assortment of other amazing holidays. So, you’ve probably taken some time to book a hotel room near relatives or your exciting vacation spot. Hotels during the holidays can be pricey and crowded, which never helps with the holiday spirit, but there are a few ways for you to get more for your money when […] » Continue Reading

Turkey Day Fun That Kids and Your Budget Will Love

Getting the whole family together for Thanksgiving can be a world of fun and a great reason to be thankful. However, for anyone hosting the event, keeping everyone busy and entertained can be the hardest part of the entire occasion. Kids are especially hard to keep track of, which could lead to trouble if you’re not careful. There’s no reason to buy a lot of […] » Continue Reading

Universal Children’s Day Ideas That Won’t Ruin Your Holiday Budget

If you’ve never heard of Universal Children’s Day then you’re in for a real treat this year. The holiday is designed to celebrate the joy that children bring to the world and to show them how important it is for them to just be children for the time being. Although the holiday is often celebrated at different times around the globe, this year November 20 […] » Continue Reading

Sanity Saving Black Friday Tips That Will Get You More For Your Money

November is here, which means Black Friday is just around the corner. If you’ve been keeping up with Black Friday news, then you probably already know that the madness has begun on sites such as Amazon. With the hype already starting then you can probably guess how intense this Black Friday will be. Don’t worry though, as there are a few things you can do […] » Continue Reading

Cheap Ways to Enjoy Chicken Soup For the Soul In the Dreary Months

With the cool weather blowing in and the gray skies dominating the weather, you may feel a little down in the dumps. Season Affective Disorder affects many people, but even if you’re not suffering from this disorder, there’s still ways to prevent the weather from bringing you down. Luckily, on November 12, everyone has the chance to celebrate Chicken Soup for the Soul day, which […] » Continue Reading

November Buys You Won’t Want To Pass Up

With October finishing up its final days, you may be champing at the bit to enjoy all of the sales that are happening in the month of November. Between Thanksgiving deals and Black Friday/Cyber Monday sales, you’re sure to find just about everything you need when it comes to the holiday season. Often, November is the month when most households end up spending the most […] » Continue Reading

Cheap Ways to Get More Out of This Year’s Leftover Halloween Candy

Once the joy of Halloween passes, you may find that your family is stuck with a whole lot of candy. Although most families seem to have no problem making their way through the stash of goodies, you may find that there are some candies that no one is willing to touch. Of course, if you try to monitor your child’s sugar intake then you may […] » Continue Reading

Winter Clothes Ideas That Will Keep Everyone Bundled Up For Less

Although autumn is just beginning, it’s never too early to start thinking about the cold months that will be here before you even know it. Purchasing winter clothes for a whole family can be a whole lot of financial strain, especially when you cater to everyone’s fashion sense. Of course, there’s still plenty of ways to get more out of your winter attire without having […] » Continue Reading

Festive Yet Frugal Halloween Costumes the Whole Family Will Enjoy

If you’ve yet to start thinking about your child’s Halloween costume, you’re probably not alone. Halloween can be an expensive and stressful holiday if you allow it to be, but there’s lots of things you can do to shave off the price of the occasion while still allowing your children to have a whole lot of fun. Whipping up your kids’ costumes is one of […] » Continue Reading

Squeaky Clean Tips for Your Bathroom That Won’t Soil Your Budget

Cleaning the bathroom is probably one of the worst things on your to-do list. Apart from having to use chemicals that aren’t exactly cheap, the bathroom isn’t always the easiest place to deep clean due to the tight quarters. There’s a few ways you can get more out of your bathroom cleaning experience though. If you’re pregnant, trying to keep a frugal budget, or simply […] » Continue Reading

Frugal Ways to Promote Breast Cancer Awareness This October

In case you didn’t notice all of the pink this month, October is breast cancer awareness month. There’s lots of events going on this month to help raise money and awareness for breast cancer, which may inspire you to jump in on the activities. Between walkathons and merchandise, you may find that keeping up with the activities costs a pretty penny. There are several ways […] » Continue Reading

Autumn Crafts That Are Perfect For Your Home’s Seasonal Decor

The autumn months are filled with lots of things to see and do, but it’s also filled with bad weather. This makes it one of the best times to pull out the craft supplies and have a blast. Luckily, there’s lots of autumn crafts that you can make for next to nothing at all. These crafts can serve as great gifts as well as decorations […] » Continue Reading

No-Tech Power Outage Fun for the Whole Family

Autumn and winter tend to be a time in which the power unexpectedly goes out. This can be a huge burden on the whole family, especially if everyone is stuck at home during the outage. Once phone and tablets run out of juice then the panic begins to set in, especially with the younger generation. There are a few things you can do to help […] » Continue Reading