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Best Cashback Apps to Help You Save on Groceries
Stocking your freezer with game you hunted, growing a garden, canning, sales, mailing in rebates and clipping coupons use to be about the only ways to save on groceries. Times have changed, and cashback apps have become a part of that change.
A cashback app is a thrifty shopper's best friend when it comes to saving on groceries and more! Read More >>
Choosing the Cheapest Auto Insurance for Your Needs
Whether it’s your first time looking for an auto insurance provider or you think you’re paying too much with your current provider, this article will help you when it comes to choosing the cheapest auto insurance that’s right for your needs. Read More >>
How to Get the Best Deal Possible on Your Personal Loan
Take care to review your income and expenses before you borrow to make sure you can handle a new payment before applying for your next personal loan. You must make sure you can handle the payments without cutting into your needs (e.g. housing, food, appropriate clothing and transportation). Read More >>
Most Popular Articles on Living Frugally
Diabetes Freebies: Supplies, Services and More!
Recently Updated I know from personal experience that receiving the news that you have diabetes is upsetting, but the good news is with the proper diet and (in some cases) medication, you can manage the disease. Another downfall, though, is the cost of diabetic supplies, needed services such as eye exams, and other things for diabetics. Unfortunately, it's one of those expenses that can't be cut from budgets because managing diabetes is a necessity in order to keep our limbs and eyesight, as well as continue living. Read More >>
Restaurants That Give You Free Food on Your Birthday
How does amazing free food on your birthday sound? To help make your special day a great one, I rounded up 11 great restaurants that are dishing out birthday freebies, because nothing makes you feel appreciated quite like friendly staff offering you special treatment and delicious free food on your big day. Read More >>
Maximize Your Savings by Stacking Coupons at These Online Stores
Out of all the ways to save money, stacking coupons is my favorite! The savings really adds up with this money-saving method. Last year, in fact, I got $40 worth of clothes from Schoola free. Yes, I really got it ALL free and was able to do it by combining Schoola credits and discounts! Read More >>
Go-to Guide for Online Thrift Store Shopping
As a frugal shopper, you probably visit a lot of thrift stores in your area, and there is probably times when you don't feel like getting out of the house. During the times when you prefer to say home, online thrift store shopping is the way to go. Yes, that's right, you can get your thrift store fix without leaving home! Read More >>