How I Save Money On Designer Bags From Kate Spade

When people first see my blog name the word frugal stands out and they immediately associate it with being cheap and not wanting to spend money on nice things. This is in fact far from the truth and something I am often explaining. I love designer bags and own many… but I have never paid…

5 Money-Saving Strategies for the New School Year

As summer winds down and back-to-school specials start to appear in your favorite stores, you may be thinking about how to outfit your kids with everything they will need this year without emptying your wallet. From new backpacks to that classroom supplies list, uniforms and more, the average cost of supplies for students of all…

The Benefits of a Frugal Lifestyle

Living a frugal lifestyle isn’t just for those short on funds. Regardless of your financial state, it never hurts to save money. Plus, it’s better to get used to frugal living before you have to get forced in to it for a variety of reasons. In fact, there are many wealthy people who enjoy living…

The Importance of Saving For Your Children’s Future

This is a sponsored conversation brought to you by SheSpeaks and Prudential. I am proud to share that I really got a handle on my finances these past few years. I paid off all of my debt, started saving for a house, expanded my business in order to bring in more income and most importantly……

Do You Know How To Save Money on Diapers?

This review was made possible by iConnect and Luvs.  I was provided compensation to facilitate this post, but all opinions stated are 100% mine. There are lots of ways to save money by simply cutting things out of your life. Whether you cut back on buying coffees from the coffee shop or limit how many…

Why Parents Should Start Saving for College Now

Parents, if you have a child, now is the time to start saving for college. Yes, your child may only be five or ten, but you do not have a lot of time – trust us. It really never is too early to save for college and you will have some serious financial goals to…

Tips For Building Your Credit Score

If your FICO score seems more like a Rubik’s cube, you’re not alone. Many Americans can’t say what a FICO score is, let alone its importance, how to better it, or how to keep an eye on it. You might be wondering, “Do tradelines work?” or even be unsure of what tradelines are! (For the…

The Benefits of Having a Credit Card

The temptation of credit cards has been discussed at length in recent years. It has led to many households in the USA having several thousand dollars of debt on which they are paying a high rate of interest each month. Those who merely use a credit card for convenience and then pay off the full…

A Beginner’s Guide To Finding Clothing Coupons

Coupons, you know the term well and have used it often. But there is more to a clothing coupon that just being what it is. Almost certainly, most coupon buyers know little about what a coupon is. This little piece of paper is your access to great savings while shopping clothes. Coupon promo codes are…

Tips For Lowering Your Electric Bill

Minimizing our carbon footprint doesn’t just make us feel warm and gooey inside, it’s also our duty. For avid campers, living by the “carry in, carry out” motto is nearly innate. Why don’t we abide by a similar rule in our homes? It’s almost impossible to have zero impact on the environment when living in…

How to Automate Saving for Your Child’s Education

With the hustle and bustle of life with young children, it can be hard for us, as parents, to give much thought to things that seem far away. One thing that is often put off or not given the attention it deserves is saving for college. However, the closer your children get to high school,…

The Frugal Guide on Healthy Eating for Your Little One

Encouraging a healthy lifestyle on children always start with the example their parents set for them. Including them in bike rides, running with them in your jogging stroller, and making healthy choices in snacks. When children make decisions, it will often reflect on the options their parents gave them. If you give fruit, the child…