Frugal Tips

Frugal tips for all. Simple ways to save and earn.

I am always amazed at how many cleaning products are available in American stores. I get dizzy looking at bright and colorful bottles which feature “super”, “magical” and “extra strong” cleaning solutions. I always wonder how people in third-world countries or countries where marketing is not so advanced, survive without all these wonderful products…

When I was growing up we didn’t have any “magical” cleaning solutions and mysteriously our house was always clean. Most of our cleaning products were homemade. They were just as effective, and very easy to make. Of course, they were cheap and, most importantly, safe.

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16.    Rechargeable Batteries. Rechargeable batteries last longer if you charge them often, despite what you heard before. If you don’t use them, take them out and store them in a cool dry place. Refrigerator is actually our best choice. Just make sure they are not exposed to any moisture. Read the rest of this entry »

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37 Ways to Be Romantic on a Budget. Part 1:1-12 HERE

37 Ways to Be Romantic on a Budget. Part 2:13-24 HERE

25. Put a puzzle together. Have some snacks and wine while doing it. Read the rest of this entry »

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Last time I reviewed Upromise, MyPoints and Creation Rewards – cash back sites that I used quite frequently in the past. I still occasionally use them, but there are a few others which I like more. There are BigCrumbs, Ebates and MrRebates. Read the rest of this entry »

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I don’t like to spend extra money on things that I can live without, so when a friend of mine told me she bought a bread machine and was highly recommending it, I just nodded and switched the subject.
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Declaring personal bankruptcy should be your last resort. You probably heard it many times from many different people. While this is true and filing for bankruptcy should be avoided at all costs, bankruptcy does have some pros.

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Four Greatest Credit Card Myths

Jun-15-2015 By Frugal 101

Here are the most popular credit card myths:

1. My card isn’t really open until I activate it.

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If you owe more than $10,000 on a credit card, it is time to reconsider the way you are paying your debt off and contact your credit card company.

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The American financial system can be very confusing, which is one of the reasons why so many people are in debt.

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Your How-to Guide to Cooking Cheap

May-25-2015 By Frugal 101

The biggest mistake people are making while trying to save money on food, is buying cheap snacks and junk food. As a result they end up spending more on doctors and pills. The best way to go is cooking cheap, which doesn’t have to mean unhealthy. Read the rest of this entry »

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