Ten Frugal Ideas to Cut Back on the Pain of Teething

A teething baby can be a source of pain, frustration and fear for many parents. This often warrants them to spend a small fortune on teething supplies or doctor visits that are unnecessary. Although teething can be a hard time for children and parents, there are a few simple ways you can help ease symptoms of the problem that won’t cost you a small fortune. […] » Continue Reading

Easter Friendly Ideas to Make Your Holiday Break Eggs-Cellent

Easter is on its way, which might leave you scrambling for a few things to do as a family. Easter is one of the easiest holidays to find events for, which can help save you time and money. One of the best things about this holiday is you can find something Easter related around every corner, so you won’t have to look far. In case […] » Continue Reading

Wedding Food That Will Delight Your Guests and Your Budget

There’s no doubt about it, hosting a wedding is stressful and expensive. One of the major issues with weddings is trying to figure out what you want to serve for the reception meal. Catering can be incredibly pricey, especially when you’re looking at serving traditional foods like seafood, pricey cuts of beef and the numerous side dishes, appetizers and drinks. Luckily, there’s a few alternatives […] » Continue Reading

Cheap and Fun Spring Break Ideas to Keep Your Kids Busy

Although spring is still a few weeks away, some schools have already scheduled Spring Break. This can be a tricky time for every family because it is a full week in which you need to keep your kids busy in order to completely avoid chaos. This can be very tough if you’re on a tight budget that doesn’t have a lot of wiggle room for […] » Continue Reading

Frugal Ways To Dress Up For St. Patrick’s Day

St. Patrick’s Day is already right around the corner, which means it’s time to scour your wardrobe for any remnants of green clothing you might have from previous years. If you’re a little low on the green clothing, or you simply want to take things to a new level this year, then you might want to check out these ten tips. These tips will help […] » Continue Reading

Frugal Ways To Protect Animals on World Wild Life Day and Beyond

2018 is a great time to help make the planet a better place to live. One of the best ways to do this is to support the wild life in your area and around the world. World Wild Life Day is a great time to work on improving the world for the animals that we share it with. Unfortunately, many of the things we can […] » Continue Reading

Ten Ways to Thank Your Employees That Won’t Throw Off Your Budget

The month of March is filled with exciting days designed to make your employees feel amazing. For instance, on March the 2 we observe Employee Appreciation Day as well as Salesperson day, and on March the 3 Caregiver Day is celebrated. With these three holidays designed to make many employees feel appreciated, you may want to think of a few ways to celebrate with your […] » Continue Reading

Frugal Ways to Do Your Part to Keep Music in Schools

As the years pass, music in the school system becomes even more endangered. Since this program doesn’t bring in as much money as athletics, it often gets cut along with the art programs in many schools. This can be a huge problem for our young minds, which is why so many people are standing up to try to keep music in public schools for good. […] » Continue Reading

Quick Ways to Prep For Spring That Will Save You Money

Although the groundhog has called for 6 more weeks of winter, it doesn’t mean that you can’t get in a little prep work before spring finally does arrive. Prepping for spring can really help you get a head start on things, which might even save you some money in the long run. Plus, doing a little spring prep work can help you get out of […] » Continue Reading

Frugal Ways to Embrace National Children’s Dental Month

February is National Children’s Dental Health Month, which makes it a great time to schedule your child a check up or work to improve their dental hygiene. Of course, many people associate dental care with high prices, which could detour you from wanting to partake in the month. Luckily, there’s actually quite a few ways you can cut back on the amount of money you […] » Continue Reading

Quick Ways to Save Money on National Pizza Day

Chances are, if you’re on a diet this year, then National Pizza Day is going to be a bit of a challenge for you. Luckily, there’s some healthy options to satisfy your diet that won’t cost you an arm and a leg. The same can be said for pizza lovers that don’t have to hold back this year. Buying pizza can really put a dent […] » Continue Reading

Encourage Your Local Scouts With These Frugal Tips

Joining the scouts can be one of the most efficient and fun aspects of childhood. It doesn’t matter if you join the Girl Scouts, Boy Scouts or other type of troop as there are so many things a child can get out of the experience. Unfortunately, a lot of troops are very underfunded, which forces them to cut back on the things their scouts can […] » Continue Reading

Frugal Ways To Improve Your Heart During American Heart Month

February is American Heart Association Month, which makes it the perfect time to pay more attention to your heart. Many people feel that they have to throw money into their health in order to receive results. However, this isn’t the case at all. In fact, there are a few everyday things you can do that can help with your heart and overall health. Some will […] » Continue Reading

Cheap Ways to Make Work Fun Again Just in Time For National Fun At Work Day

Fun and work aren’t words that are commonly associated with each other, unless you work for a company that goes out of their way to ensure your time at work isn’t a chore. However, with National Fun At Work Day coming up, you might be wondering how you can add a healthy level of fun to your work day. Luckily, there are quite a few […] » Continue Reading

10 Tips to Make Beer Can Celebration Day Lucrative for Your Family

With Super Bowl season upon us, you may find that you have a lot more beer and soda cans to dispose of. Sometimes, they may even seem like they’re taking over the place, which can cause a lot of stress for you during your after party clean up sessions. There’s a lot of great things you can do with your cans to ensure they get […] » Continue Reading

Frugal No Hassle Ideas to Enjoy the Super Bowl

February is coming faster than we think, which means its time to start planning for the Super Bowl. If you don’t have cable, then you might already be wondering how you’re going to experience this year’s game. Of course, there are also a lot of other aspects to the big game that might leave you wanting to spend a whole lot of money. Although it’s […] » Continue Reading

Ten Ideas to Create a Safer Bath During National Bath Safety Month

January is National Bath Safety Month, which can be an important time for any family. Although you might think that bath safety is common sense, it may surprise you just how many injuries and deaths occur in the bath every day. Creating a safe environment for the whole family can be a crucial area when it comes to your household’s hygiene and ability to relax. […] » Continue Reading

Frugal Things to Do While Following Your Resolution to Avoid Social Media

With technology taking over a huge chunk of our lives, there’s no surprise that ditching social media is one of the top resolutions for this year. Luckily, taking social media out of your reach is cheap and might even help you save some money in the long run. However, many people often replace one bad habit with another, which is when you can really run […] » Continue Reading

Ten Ways to Keep Your Kids Warm During the Winter Blast

Chances are, your household is experiencing some pretty cold weather. Although this is common for many areas in the winter months, some areas are getting a lot colder than they normally would. If you have kids, then this weather can really make life hard, especially during transport times to school and activities. Luckily, there are a few things you can do to help keep your […] » Continue Reading

Ten Ways to Enjoy National Soup Day Without Blowing Your Budget

In case you didn’t know, January is National Soup Month, which makes it the perfect time to save some money on your grocery shopping. Soup can be a very filling meal during the winter months and will allow you to warm up your body as well. Of course, if you don’t know how to keep your soup menu frugal, you might end up going overboard […] » Continue Reading

Toy Storage That Will Organize Any Mess For Less

With the holidays over, you might be wondering what you’re going to do with all of the new things your children accumulated. If you can’t get rid of a lot of things to make room for the new, then you may find your child’s room is a total disaster zone. This can be a bit of a hazard, especially with younger children. Luckily, there’s a […] » Continue Reading

Frugal Ways to Start the New Year on a Fresh and Healthy Note

Every year, people come up with a New Year’s resolution to help improve on their life. In most cases, these resolutions revolve around creating a healthier lifestyle. However, more often than not, the resolution is abandoned before the end of the first month of the year. Sometimes, sticking with a resolution takes up more time than people have to offer. Luckily, there’s a few resolutions […] » Continue Reading

Ten Quick, Healthy and Frugal Tips To Ditch your Holiday Hangover

The holidays are one of the worst times for coping with a hangover. With so many opportunities to enjoy a nice drink, the body begins to protest a little before it is all said and done. New Years is one of the worst periods of time for dealing with hangovers. Luckily, there’s a lot of very cheap remedies that can help you get through this […] » Continue Reading

Store Your Holiday Decor Without Spending a Fortune

Soon enough, the holiday will be over and it will be time to put away all of the holiday decor. This can actually be an expensive endeavor if you want to protect your beloved decor from getting broken or ruined by the elements throughout the year. Luckily, there’s quite a few ways that you can store all of your items securely without actually having to […] » Continue Reading

Festive and Fun Ways to Welcome in the Winter Solstice on a Budget

It is time to finally say goodbye to autumn and to welcome in the winter solstice. Many people often have this day come and go without recognition, but if you would like to help celebrate the season there are many ways for first timers or even recurrent celebrators to help make this occasion special. With all of the holidays happening at once, you might not […] » Continue Reading

Ten Last Minute Gifts That Won’t Break Your Budget

No matter how hard we may try, it feels like it is impossible to get all of our holiday shopping finished by the time the big day arrives. May it be a last-minute Secret Santa at the office or an unexpected gift from a friend or family member, there are many reasons why it is hard to stay on track of your shopping. Luckily, there’s […] » Continue Reading

Fun Ideas to Make Your Gingerbread House Frugal and Adorable

Creating gingerbread houses is a classic way to have some fun with your whole family while celebrating the holiday season. You can really have a lot of fun making a gingerbread house, but if you’re not careful it can really drain your budget. There are lots of ways to keep your gingerbread house on the frugal end of the spectrum though. This should help you […] » Continue Reading

Hanukkah Fun That Will Make Your Celebration Memorable on a Dime

Hanukkah begins this Tuesday, so you might already feel like you’re undergoing crunch time when it comes to planning your holiday celebration. Luckily, there’s still plenty of time to get a gathering together for family and friends if you choose to. If you’re on a tight budget, then you’re in luck as there are many ways to keep your guests entertained without forcing you to […] » Continue Reading

Ten Frugal and Fun Ways to Help Your Children Stay on Santa’s Nice List

Winter vacation is just around the corner, which means trying to keep your kids on their best behavior even when the boredom sets in. This can be challenging whether you’re traveling or waiting out the cold days in the house. There are a few ways that you can keep your children on Santa’s nice list though, without getting in the way of their holiday fun […] » Continue Reading

Ten Frugal Ways to Make Your Artificial Christmas Tree Look Like the Real Deal

When it comes to trees, many people can’t get over the look of a real Christmas tree in their home. However, there are many reasons that prohibit people from having a real tree in their life. May it be allergies, environmental consciousness or simply the type of home you have, it can be a let down not to have a real Christmas tree in the […] » Continue Reading

Ten Things To Avoid Shopping For in the Month of December

There’s only a few more shopping weeks left until Christmas, which means December is the time to really buckle down when it comes to deals. You’re going to see a lot of awesome items at a great price this month, but that doesn’t mean you should shop for everything on your gift list. Toys, perfumes, holiday foods and other must-have items are certainly a great […] » Continue Reading

Jolly, Cheap and Enticing Ways to Enjoy Christmas Card Day This Year

With Thanksgiving come and gone, you’re probably already getting in the mood for some Christmas spirit. One of the more time-consuming aspects of this holiday is getting the cards together to be mailed out. Christmas cards can even be pretty pricey if you don’t budget correctly. Luckily, December 9 is actually designated as Christmas Card Day which will give you the perfect time to set […] » Continue Reading

Frugal and Informative Ways to Enjoy Native American Heritage Month

The month of November is dedicated to celebrating the culture of Native Americans. This might be the perfect time to get accustomed with some Native American traditions and history, especially with the Thanksgiving season upon us. You don’t have to spend a lot of money on lessons and other cultural items to really learn and celebrate such an important heritage in our country. In fact, […] » Continue Reading

Ten Things to Shop for this Black Friday and Cyber Monday

Black Friday and Cyber Monday are just days away and you can probably already feel the excitement in the air. Every year, Black Friday and Cyber Monday helps shoppers find amazing deals on the products they desire. However, there are actually a lot of deals that are for the birds. In order to help you avoid some of the duds, I have compiled a list […] » Continue Reading

Ten Quick Tricks For a Cheap and Enjoyable Friendsgiving

Friendsgiving has grown in popularity over the past few years. This occasion is a great time to give some good, quality time to your friends. This can be an important time for many groups of friends, especially since the next few weeks tend be spent with close and extended family, which might not leave a lot of time for those you tend to spend more […] » Continue Reading

Ten Ways to Exercise Kindness Without Spending a Dime This Giving Season

November is the perfect time to exercise your kindness. Not only is the giving season upon us, but we also have two holidays based around being kind. That is National Kindness Day on November 13 and National Philanthropist Day on November the 15. A lot of people think that kindness has to do with spending money on other people or even donating to charities. This […] » Continue Reading

Exciting Ways to Make Sadie Hawkins Day Frugal and Fun

This year, Sadie Hawkins day falls on November 13. This can be a fun time to reverse roles and have as much fun as the guys do when it comes to planning dates and more. Even if you already lead this role in life, it might be a bit of fun to celebrate the occasion when our ancestors were able to work up the courage […] » Continue Reading

Frugal Ways To Give Your Home a Touch of Warmth for the Cold Season

The cold months certainly leave much to be desired when it comes to your home decor. There is nothing like walking into a warm home after spending a day out in the cold. Of course, planning out a warm home is a totally different story. A lot of people will spend a small fortune on decor to make their home feel this way when there […] » Continue Reading

Amazing Ways to Celebrate Veterans Day on a Dime

If you’re a veteran, then you may be looking for a few ways to celebrate your special day without forcing you to have to travel great distances or spend a lot of money to enjoy the special day. Luckily, there’s lots of things you can do to get more out of your holiday, as many people will be celebrating your service. So, if you’re looking […] » Continue Reading

Ten Things You Shouldn’t Shop For This November

As you can imagine, the month of November is one of the best times to go shopping for most items. With the gift giving holidays coming up, the sales are going to be just about everywhere during this month and next month. You’ll especially find some unbelievable deals when Black Friday arrives just after Thanksgiving. However, there are some items that you probably shouldn’t rush […] » Continue Reading

Frugal Ways to Treat Your Skin Right in the Winter Time

The weather is rapidly beginning to cool, which more often than not means we’re going to be experiencing the dry air that winter often brings. This can certainly do a number on your skin if you’re not prepared for the cold months to arrive. Of course, this doesn’t mean you have to spend a small fortune on skin regiments that will drain your budget while […] » Continue Reading

Cheap and Easy Halloween Party Ideas for Your Classroom

It doesn’t matter if you’re a teacher or a helper, coming up with classroom party ideas can be tough. Usually, teachers end up having to do a lot of the planning or choosing parents to lend a helping hand. On the other side, some parents are more than happy to cut their child’s teacher some slack and take over the job. If you’re on either […] » Continue Reading

Ten Ways to Get the Most Out of Your Frugal Apple Picking Experience

If you love autumn, then chances are you’ve already planned on making a trip to an orchard to do some apple picking. As you know, this activity isn’t the most frugal item on your list of things to do. However, you can take the price of admissions and use it to your benefit simply by treating your apples right. There are a long list of […] » Continue Reading

Frugal Bucket List Ideas You Can Complete this Autumn

Working on a bucket list can get pretty hard when the weather cools down, especially if most of your items involve outdoor activities or travel. There are many things you can do to work on your bucket list when you can’t get outside or the time off to travel. Luckily, these bucket list items won’t cost you a fortune and might even give you a […] » Continue Reading

Spooktacular Fun to Help Celebrate Friday the 13th

It isn’t often that Friday the 13th lands on a day in October, but when it does many fans of horror and Halloween love to take it by storm. If you’re ready to have a blast this Friday the 13th, you might be wondering how you can do so without spending a fortune. This can be especially important with Halloween just around the corner, as […] » Continue Reading

Frugal Ways to Prepare for National Fire Prevention Week

Fire Prevention Week is October 8-14, which gives you plenty of time to have a little fun with this crucial week. This week is all about learning how to prevent fires, while also protecting yourself if there is a fire. This is a particularly crucial week for children who don’t yet know all of the rules regarding fires. However, it can also be a great […] » Continue Reading

Maximize Your Columbus Day Shopping with These Ten Hints

If you’re in the mood to hit some sales, then Columbus Day is the last holiday to do so before we move into the exciting days just before Black Friday. Whether you celebrate Columbus Day or not, you won’t be able to turn down some of the deals this year. However, there are some things you may want to skip out on during this holiday […] » Continue Reading

Cheat Ways to Organize Your Home For National Get Organized Week

National Get Organized Week is upon us, which can be a huge motivation for anyone looking to get the house in order before the snow begins to fall. With this amazing week dedicated to getting your home in tip top shape, you’re sure to find some inspiration in these ten tips. Best of all, you won’t have to spend a fortune on supplies to get […] » Continue Reading

Ten Things to Skip Shopping for in the Month of October

October is an exciting time to go shopping. With Columbus Day Sales and autumn d├ęcor stocking the shelves, you’ll find this month brings plenty of temptation. However, if you’re trying to keep your budget in check, there are a few things that you won’t want to grab during the month of October. You might see slight discounts on some of these items, but none will […] » Continue Reading

Fantastic Ways to Celebrate the Autumn Equinox on a Budget

It is finally time to welcome autumn to the year, which means lots of cozy nights and plenty of celebrations. The autumn equinox is September 22, so if you’re not sure what to do to celebrate the season, then these ten ideas are for you. Luckily, these tips won’t cost you a handful, so you can put back money for the upcoming spending season. With […] » Continue Reading