Promoting frugality as a way to live a simple and prosperous life.
Is it your fault you’re in debt and not a millionaire? The author of “Pound Foolish” is on your side.
Store managers: Please stop giving us the snarky eye when we use printable, controversial black and white coupons–there is barcode safety net that many couponers are probably unaware of, but it’s important to know about. Here are important tips about how to help stores see that your printables are legal.
Tired of losing coupons at the grocery store? Tired of losing coupons at the bottom of your purse? Tired of forgetting your coupons at home? I found a quick, super-simple solution to all of the above for $1.
Dip into TFF’s FB page for mini-coupon lessons.
What do you do when you make an amazing find at Goodwill or any other thrift store? Do you use it or sell it for profit? Here’s how one beautiful item I found is making me crazy enough to write about it: a mint condition vintage Kate Spade purse.
Amy Dacyczyn still, and will always, influence millions of people with her frugal philosophies. Here is one quote of hers that I love.
Here’s a new-ish place to swap and sell gently used items — Swap.com. Get your free shipping code here.
Read an article about TFF in All You Magazine’s February issue!
This invaluable lesson is a money quote about what NOT to say about finances to yourself or to your kids.
Get your free PDF by Dave Ramsey here. It’s all about budgeting, a no-nonsense guide to get your finances in order in 2013.
Every Friday, I’ll share my weekend reading list, handpicked posts on anything from quirky recipes to personal development, consumer trends and more.
Have you ever been curious about really cheap wines? There’s the infamously cheap Trader Joe’s wine, Two Buck Chuck, that I could barely keep down when I sampled it a few years ago, so why did I want to try more cheap wine?
Quickly reading a couple of quotes on personal finance can uncover a personal finance block that you’ve had for years. I know that surprisingly happened to me while reading “May Cause Miracles,” a spiritual primer for Gen Y (I’m not Gen Y, but no matter what age, it never hurts to remind ourselves of our various beliefs that affect our financial mindsets.)
When I was 11, my dad died and we didn’t have life insurance. You can bet that memory formed my opinion about the cost of having life insurance.