This post will highlight one of my favorite frugal hobbies - reading. I’ll highlight my take on why reading is essential and share six tips to read countless books for free. Reading is great because, for a few dollars, you’re able to get hours and hours of entertainment. Depending on the book, you might even take away [...]

When I think of the single greatest action anyone could take right now to accelerate their journey towards personal and financial freedom, I think of how I learned to bike again. This single decision has the power to immediately increase the rate at which we build wealth. This one decision has led to an increase [...]

I had a great time doing a guest post on Allan's site Allen put together 55 money tips from 7 bloggers, including myself. I loved the list and have been meaning to share it directly with my readers. Given the post is now hitting its one month period, I figured now is a better [...]

Today's post comes from Elsie Brown where she takes a humorous approach to some of the lessons she's learned from making compromises to live more frugally on ramen. Elsie is a blogger, student, and all around cheapskate who writes about how we can all live better on less. Read more on or follow her on Twitter @Gundo_Money. Let [...]

Today's article comes from the lovely Mrs. Distilled Dollar. She gives details (and spreadsheets!) as to how we use FREE services from Amazon to reduce our annual spend by over $1,000. Saving with Amazon is good. Avoiding impulse shopping is great. The best part is we're saving TIME by not needing to drive, walk, or bike to pick up these goods. Without [...]