Now that the Halloween decorations have been stowed away and the turkey has been eaten, it’s time to think about Christmas (or Solstice or Krampus – whatever). For those of us who are going to have a very frugal Christmas this year, it may mean that you’re making your gifts, creating experiences instead of “stuff,”
Paying off debt is hard enough on a normal day. Forcing yourself to continue living frugally during the holidays can be downright depressing. But don’t despair quite yet, my dears. There are plenty of ways to have a joyful, fun-filled holiday season while sticking to your debt-repaying guns.
While you’re buried under face paint and tulle trying to piece together the most unique Halloween costume ever, it’s important we don’t forget about having our furry friends join in on the fun! Whether you’re a veteran dog mom or currently fostering a pup (go you!), these awesome DIY puppy costumes will make sure your
Sweaters, campfires, football, oh my! While October includes some of my most favorite things, it’s also the time where we invariably find ourselves invited to Halloween parties with no costume in sight. This year will be no different,we’re sure. Luckily, these awesome DIY costumes are not only simple to throw together last minute, but also easy on
Building a small gift inventory is one of my favorite frugal tips. When you have the time and money to, get a really personal, thoughtful gift. When you don’t have the time or money, having something on-hand for an last minute event or celebration could be a lifesaver! I always have a few gifts on-hand