Have old pillowcases, used dryer sheets and a hair dryer? You're ready for spring cleaning, the inexpensive and quick way.
Most of America's top wilderness and historical destinations offer hookups or lodging to volunteers, creating a rewarding and cheap travel opportunity.
How to balance the need to save with the equally serious need for fun? With planning, creativity and some easily adopted habits.
These days, thrift stores are filled with quality stuff and bargains, all testimony to the overconsumption of the past.
Too many of you are just letting your cash sit around the house. Make it work for you in an online savings account or, better yet, a market investment.
Frugality is spending your time, energy and money in a sensible way. Times may be tough, but these ten Depression-era tactics are taking things too far.
If you're not a member of a wholesale retail club, you may want to consider joining just for the travel deals.
Whether you're prone to impulse purchases, analysis paralysis or just can't pass up a sale, use these 10 questions when to solve a spending decision.
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Any savings you might achieve by ditching phone or cable, are nearly certain to be undone as your bill for Internet access inexorably creeps up.
These dozen pantry staples will make healthy and filling meals, especially when you're just creatively combining ingredients.
Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest and other social media sites can help you with customer service, deals, discounts and shopping tips.
Paying attention to seasonal price fluctuations, for both produce and nonperishables, is key to saving at the supermarket.