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Explore Being Frugal, Cream Don'T and more!

When you come to the end of your tube of cream, don't throw it away, cut the top off, you'll be surprised how much is still in there and it will last you that much longer

from Frugal Fun For Boys and Girls

How to Build a LEGO Foosball Game

How to Build a LEGO Foosball Game - It really works! Use a marble for the ball. Fun LEGO project idea for kids.

from Tay Talks Money

107 Productive Things to Do Instead of Spending Money

If you're not as productive as you could be. Here are 107 things you can do. These things will help you save more money, make more money, and be a boss at life!

from Frugal Fun For Boys and Girls

Five LEGO Christmas Ornaments to Make (With Building Instructions

Five LEGO Christmas Ornaments to Make (With Parts Lists and Building Instructions!)

from Well Kept Wallet

11 Recommended Budget Percentages by Category

Make sure that the percentages for each budget category is in line with what it should be.

from Saving and Simplicity

75 Super Frugal Living Tips To Cut Down On Household Expenses

Home is where the heart is. It is also can be an expensive place to be. Learn to cut down on your household expenses with these 75 super frugal living tips.

from Carly on Purpose

Real Work From Home Options (for People Who Are Serious About Escaping 9-5

work from home and be your own boss. real ways to make money from home! (NOT blogging!)

from Money Saving Mom®

9 Traits of Highly Frugal People

Frugality isn’t about being poor; it’s a mindset! There are a lot of misconceptions about what it means to be “frugal”. Many people have the misconceptions that frugal people are “poor” or “cheap”. Of course, frugal people CAN be poor and/or cheap, but they can often be very generous — and even well off! Here are 9 character traits of highly frugal people...

from Just Plain Living

Frugal holiday meals are definitely possible!

Holiday meals are meant to be enjoyable. You and your guests will enjoy the meal all the more when you're not stressed out over the cost.

from Money Can Buy Me Happiness

From Spendthrift to Frugalista: How I Became 'Good with Money'

My growing debt was stopping me from living my dream, so I had to change my life completely. Being frugal did not come naturally to me. I loved eating out, expensive designer handbags and going to the pub. But what I wanted more than any of that was to travel. These are the exact steps I took to become good with money. I’m now free of consumer debt and a stay at home mother by choice. Plus we travel overseas with our kids all the time. I’m so glad I made these changes in my life, I never…