If you're new to couponing, coupon expiration dates and individual store policies can be confusing. You might have several questions about when coupons expire, whether you can use an expired coupon or not, and what you can do with coupons that have expired. Check out the answers to these questions and more here.
There are several reasons to pursue an aggressive savings strategy. Maybe you're sick of living paycheck to paycheck without much to show for it, perhaps you want to reach your financial goals faster, or maybe you're just not where you want to be. Learn how to aggressively save money with these 16 tips.
There are tons of places to get grocery coupons. Supermarket flyers, newspaper inserts, online printables, and more. But my favorite way is to just reach out to my favorite brand and ask them nicely to send me a coupon if possible. This works and the coupons you get direct from the manufacturer tend to be higher value than you find anywhere else.
If you've been on a spending spree lately or if you just want to save a bunch of money quickly, a no spend challenge might be just the thing to get your bank balance heading in the right direction. You can use the money you save to pay down debt, start an emergency fund, or make faster progress on one of your financial goals. Learn how to crush a no spend challenge here.
It's become quite fashionable among personal finance experts and boomers to bash millennials for buying coffee drinks and avocado toast. Coffee shamers say these indulgences are the reason you're broke or unable to buy a home. You might've also heard that you can get rich if you quit buying coffee and invest that money. Let's do the math and separate fact from fiction.
Frugal people and cheap people both want to save money. How they go about doing that is quite different. Cheap people only care about price. The frugal person uses price as just one of multiple factors that determine whether to spend money or not. Frugality is about spending money wisely and getting the most value. It's not about getting the lowest price.
If you've been living below your means, saying no to expensive things, and living frugally for quite some time, beware of frugal fatigue. You might feel like you're not making progress fast enough or you might just be sick of watching every dollar. Rather than ruining all your progress by splurging, learn how to fight frugal fatigue.
Following a ketogenic diet isn't always easy. It can be expensive as well. The good news is that it is possible to do keto without busting your grocery budget. I've compiled my favorite low cost keto dinner recipes into this one post. I'm sure you'll find a few keto friendly recipes you'll love.
Making your own dog treats might sound crazy if you've never done it before, but you'll save money, you can use only the best quality ingredients, and your dog will thank you with wet, slobbery kisses.
With so many Walgreens stores and so many ways to save big bucks there on products your family uses every day, it makes good sense to learn how to save money at Walgreens. Here's the ultimate guide to saving money at Walgreens.
Getting your windows and glass surfaces sparkling clean doesn't require ammonia or overpriced store-bought glass cleaners. You can get your windows spotless and streak free with this simple super cheap homemade glass cleaner recipe.
If you eat meat, it probably takes up a large percentage of your grocery budget. Thankfully, there are plenty of ways to lower your spending on meat without sacrificing taste, quality, or your favorite recipes. Get my best tips for saving money on meat here.
Couponing is a good way to save a lot of money on groceries. One way to get great coupons is to contact the brands you love and ask if they have coupons available. I have a huge list of brands and their contact info you can use to get started.
Hi I'm Sara! My husband Jerry and I are on a mission to earn more, spend less, get out of debt, retire early, and enjoy life. We want to help you do the same. Learn more →