Are you up for a financial fast in the form of Frugal February? The premise is simple: cut out as much discretionary spending as possible during the month – and every dollar counts.
The key to dressing with style is to buy less but aim for the very best quality your budget allows.
“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.
Being good with your money does not mean suffering and being stingy. The frugalista life is a stylish, creative and above all joyful existence.
Imagine Christmas Day without the discarded wrapping paper and the stress of storing a pile of brand new stuff. I gave up giving Christmas gifts years ago, and I’ve never looked back.
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.
Eight years after establishing Buy Nothing New Month, founder Tamara DiMattina is finally seeing a shift in the tide of consumerism.
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.