Frugal Living is not just a way of life, it’s also a state of mind.
We can aim to generate as much income as possible, but wealth won’t accumulate without wise spending habits. Frugality is about stopping the money leaks while still living a fulfilling life and it requires a mindset adjustment in order to succeed. Here are a few articles to start you off on the right path.
- Saying Yes to Up-Sell is Saying No to Being Frugal
- How to Not Worry About Money
- Why Only Thinking About Affordability Makes You Poor
Frugal Living Tips
And here are a few practical tips so you can live frugally and happily. Enjoy.
- What to Do If Your Cable TV Bill is Too High
- 50 Budget Travel Tips and Save Money on Vacations
- How to Save Money Every Month
- Libraries Are Not As Bad As You Think
- Setup Google Alerts to Get Coupons and Deals
- Digging Up Childhood Toys is Fun and Frugal
- Be Frugal and Use Public Transportation
- Value Added Tax (VAT) Refunds On Your Vacation
Example and Experiments and Practical Advice
Need more tips? These are some of my own experiences and fun experiments that I’ve tried in order to save some money.
- Living on $34.01 a Week
- I Saved Another $100 Per Month
- Save Money by Cooking Even When You Are Not Home
- Netflix Coupon for an One Money of Netflix Free Trial
Frugal Living – What Do You Think?
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