Fall isn’t only for children. Check out these many ways to have frugal fun this fall as a grown-up.
The summer season brings some things to mind – great weather, BBQs, fun with family, and travel. The problem with summer travel is that it’s high season, which means high prices. That doesn’t mean you can’t get away and have some fun. Take a look at these suggestions for how to save on travel, so you can enjoy your summer vacation.
Is someone you know newly frugal? When you’ve turned a new leaf on your finances and become frugal, it’s amazing in both good and bad ways. You’re excited about all the money you’re saving, but you might be disappointed at all the things you can’t buy in order to save that money. That’s why Christmas is a great time to support a newly frugal friend.
Christmas is a little more than two months away. Can you believe it? For some people, the thought of Christmas coming so soon brings anxiety. In a perfect world, we’d save all year round to cover Christmas expenses. But that’s not realistic for most people, including me. The last thing you need on top of work deadlines, family visits, and Christmas shopping is debt from the expenses of the season.