If you’d like to avoid wedding debt and save on wedding expenses, you may want to consider getting married in a non-traditional wedding venue.
Celebrating your birthday is fun, but it’s even better when you get free stuff. Here’s a list of 150+ birthday freebies that you can get this year.
Netflix recently announced they would be raising their prices on all of their streaming and DVD rental plans. What are some alternatives?
Had a major life issue that disrupted your finances? If so, did you cut back or try to maintain the status quo for your children because they’ve already experienced so much upheaval?
Many people find the start of the year to be an ideal time to cut back and restore balance. One perfect way to do this is to have a no spend month.
Hospitality is praised in the Bible. With some strategic planning on your part, you can welcome others into your home without damaging your budget.
Why not bring back the true meaning of Christmas and enjoy the holiday more starting this year? What do you do to bring Christmas spirit back into focus?
The average family plans to spend close to $1000 on Christmas expenses. Here’s how you can cut that number significantly by having a frugal DIY Christmas.
Swagbucks allows you to earn rewards points redeemable for gift cards and merchandise, for searching the web, filling out surveys, watching videos and more.
While Halloween is nowhere near as expensive as Christmas it can still be an expensive holiday. Here’s how to cut those scary Halloween costs.
Amazon promises Prime members free 2-day shipping on millions of products, but what happens if your package is delivered late? Can you get compensated?
There are several low-cost ways to make your home look like it did when you first bought it. Here are a few of our favorites.
Are you comfortable with driving a car that others may find embarrassing just so you can save money? Here’s what it’s like to drive a car until it dies.
With just some time, research and a few phone calls we were able to save our family almost $1600/year on our regular monthly expenses. Here’s how.