You might think that frugal living and having a well-decorated home are two things that aren’t compatible, but that’s not true! There are a variety of simple ways to decorate your home without breaking the bank – especially if you love decorating in farmhouse style. The next time you think you can’t afford to redecorate your house, consider these 10 frugal decorating tips for cheap
If you have a family, it’s likely that your grocery budget is one of your biggest household expenses. But it doesn’t have to be that way! There are a variety of simple steps you can take to save money on groceries each time you visit the store. With these 12 easy tips, you’ll be able to save money on groceries and slash your family’s grocery
If funds are limited, it may be difficult to find room in your spending to decorate your home. However, decorating on a budget is actually pretty easy if you know a few simple tips. So, if you love farmhouse décor, you’re in an even better position! There are tons of easy ways to find beautiful farmhouse-style home items when decorating on a budget.
Whether you have decided to get your family’s finances in order, or just vowed to finally start a savings account to fall back on, creating a family budget is always a good idea. A budget is a great way to see where your family is spending your money, learn how to manage your income in a more beneficial way, and even save a little bit
Did you know that, during the winter months, many people vent their electric dryers inside their home to save on heating costs? We are heating air to dry our clothes and then sending it outside, so by redirecting that hot air into the home, it makes total sense that it could save money on heating costs…I had just never heard of it before last winter,
Within the last year I decided that the cash method of money management is not for me. After years and years of penny pinching to nearly my breaking point I just felt like I had way too much guilt/anxiety associated with spending any cash whatsoever, even if it was being used for what it was budgeted for. Try going year after year with no end in