Everyone knows that one of the quickest ways to save money is to eat home-cooked meals, but even the most die-hard penny pincher wants to eat out occasionally.
“But I paid good money for that!” It’s a familiar feeling for anyone Tidying Up with Marie Kondo. But there is a cost to holding onto things you don’t need.
Back to school expenses often hit at a bad time for many families. These are some of my tips for easing back into the school year the frugal way.
Being good with your money does not mean suffering and being stingy. The frugalista life is a stylish, creative and above all joyful existence.
What if you had a loved one who struggled to pay the bills? What could you buy them that would be useful, gift-worthy and above all, bring a smile to their face?
Foraging for weeds can mean free greens in your diet, but how do you know what’s tasty and what’s toxic? Here’s how to get started.
The average Aussie wedding costs an eye-watering $65,000, but budget-savvy bride Serina Bird spent less than $5000 to tie the knot in front of 200 family and friends.
The festive season is a time of joy. It’s also a time of big credit card debt. You can avoid this with a no-spend Christmas instead, but you need to start having the conversation now.
Could you survive on only $2 a day? Around 767 million people in the world do. And each May, I live on only $2 a day for five days as a fundraiser for Live Below the Line and to raise awareness about food insecurity.
A good friend used to urge me to buy an Entertainment Book but I always declined because I rarely go out or spend money. So are they worth the cost?