“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.
Have you ever had a voice in your head that asks you “Where the hell is your money going?” Enter A Real Girl’s Guide to Money: From Converse to Louboutins.
It’s time to get proactive about reducing your spending and throwing every spare dollar at your debt, starting with your credit cards.
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.
You hear them every January: spend less, pay off debt, save more. Here’s how to give yourself the best chance of sticking to your new year’s resolutions.
Follow these Christmas budgeting tips to avoid financial strife and simply enjoy family, friends and fond memories, writes Effie Zahos.
If your bank balance has survived the pre-Christmas retail frenzy and you still have your eye on something special, the Boxing Day sales can be a great time to bag a bargain.