вторник, 9 августа 2016 г.

The Ultimate Guide to Frugal Living

The Ultimate Guide to Frugal Living


The Ultimate Guide to Frugal Living


Love this list. What I have learned over the past years is that being frugal is far from being cheap and reframing from daily basic needs. It’s about thinking out of the box and finding alternate ways to save money.


There is definitely a creative aspect to living frugally. For frugal people, this seems to be something they really enjoy. Personally, if it takes me too much time, I would rather pay for it! But given my current student loan dilemma, I am all about creative ways to save!!


This is exactly what I was thinking. Being frugal does not mean being cheap. For us, we are living below our means (for now) so we can live the life we want without debt looming over our heads for the rest of our lives. Love this round up!


Allie @ Bold n balanced recently posted…3 Tips to Becoming Debt Free


Great posts! I’ve also enjoyed the Frugalwoods piece Why We Don’t Micromanage our Money http://www.frugalwoods.com/2015/11/09/why-we-dont-micromanage-our-money/.


Kalie @ Pretend to Be Poor recently posted…Why We Don’t Budget


I’ll have to check that out!


Well I’m obviously biased haha but I like our post on 20 ways to save money in your 20s: http://www.youngadultmoney.com/2015/08/05/20-ways-to-save-money-in-your-20s/


We used to use a spreadsheet to track our coupons (before my wife started grad school and I side hustled more) and the post on that has been pretty popular on Google and social media.


DC @ Young Adult Money recently posted…12 Financial Moves to Make This Year


Awesome!


Great list Natalie! I’m sure “live more frugally” is on the list of many people’s resolutions and goals this year.


Tonya@Budget and the Beach recently posted…2016 Goals: A Rebuilding Year


That’s what I’m thinking, Tonya!


Living frugally is what’s enabled so many of the greatest things I’ve gotten to do with my life – live in NYC, travel, etc.


Stefanie OConnell recently posted…‘Yes, And…’ Your Life


That’s awesome, Stef! And look where it’s taken you!!


These are all great posts! There are some here that I haven’t checked out yet so I’ll be doing that now


Michelle recently posted…How I Made $320,888 In 2015 – My December Online Income Report and Annual Wrap Up


I know, I am going to be referring back to this one, too!


#3 and #8 = awesomeness!!!! Thank you for this Natalie and thank you for sharing my post! Love you darlin’!


You are inspiring, Jessi!! Cannot wait to see what 2016 has in store for you!


The saying holds true, “less is more”. It seems to make life easier to live a frugal life. Little changes can make all the difference. This is a great list, thank you Natalie!


Ashley Chorpenning recently posted…7 Ways to Give Back This Holiday on a Budget


I definitely wasn’t naturally frugal and was quite the opposite for many years but about 3 years ago I started practicing frugality more and I have to say that I not only have more money in my bank account but I don’t miss the lifestyle that I used to live. I used to think “frugal” meant “cheap” now I know “frugal” means “smart money choices.”


Shannon @ Financially Blonde recently posted…Investing Like a Pro


It’s amazing what kind of changes you go through that you would never expect. The more I blog and learn about money, the less inclined I am to spend.


Loved this roundup! I’ll be sharing it, it’s super helpful!


Thanks, Shannyn!


Great List Natalie! Thanks for putting it together – definitely on the level and feel that being frugal does not mean “cutting back” – its often possible to live better, on less money with a little planning.


Thanks Natalie for these list of great blogs. My favorite is Seven Hidden Benefits of Frugal Living via The Simple Dollar. Frugal living is what I am aiming for this year 2016.


These are great! I am so excited to see some blogs on here that I don’t frequent!! Now I’m off to do some reading!


Great list Natalie!


I’ve always been pretty frugal but… I’m thinking that sharing a toothbrush to save money is a step beyond my limits.


Cheers,


diane @smartmoneysimplelife recently posted…My First Year of Blogging


A penny saved is a penny earned..thanks for the great info and good karma coming your wayy


Thank you!!!


I love being frugal…at least most of the time. I enjoyed most of these posts a lot, but I really liked #2. Wow, so much of what they wrote has been our experience. Being frugal really has made us appreciate things more and helped us learn to be content with what we have.


Thanks for the great list, and thanks for including one of my posts. I’m honored!


Frugal living is a lifestyle choice whereby you make smart money decisions to live on less in return for a happier, fuller life that allows you to save money and live intentionally.


I have a confession: I am not a frugal person (at least not by nature)! BUT I do use frugal living advice and tips to help me accomplish my financial goals — I make money from blogging and freelance writing and cut back my expenses in order to pay down my student loan debt faster.


So, whether you are really getting into frugal living or whether you just not to be less of a spender (like me), here are 16 frugal living blog posts to get you started on your frugal journey. Good luck!!


This post is about saving money at the grocery store – no coupons required. It teaches you how to shop differently in the grocery store, so that you save money and shop smarter.


This post is about changing your standard of happiness so that you are happier with less stuff. It gets at the heart of the purpose of living frugally and focuses on strengthening yourself internally.


This post is for anyone who is serious about becoming debt free – including your mortgage. Learn what 10 things you can do to chip away at your mortgage debt and become debt free in 5 years.


This post lists the habits that make up people who live frugal lives. It’s a post about changing small actions over time, so you can achieve the big wins. With these habits, you can be content with less while living richer.


10 Tips To Save Money On Utilities via Penny Pinchin’ Mom


This post discusses 10 ways for you to specifically cut down on your utility expenses. For example, did you know that you should actually not close your vents if you want to save money? I didn’t. That’s what this post is about – learning little tips and tricks that can cut your utility expenses over time.


If you are interested in making money in the form of Amazon gift cards, then this is your post. It lists 45 ways for you to earn gift cards on Amazon for free.


Stashing away more cash is an important part of any frugal life. In this post you’ll find 21+ blog posts listed that teach you how to save money. It’s a perfect resource guide for beginners and it will likely spark new ideas for the money-saving pros.


My Wife and I Shared Toothbrushes to Save Money via Have a Rich Marriage


This post talks about one person’s frugal journey – from super frugal to not-so-frugal anymore. It’s a good read if you’re interested to hear about how extreme frugal living can get and whether frugal living is right for you.


This is a blog page that lays out how you can become a couponer. It’s a page with lots of resources for couponing for beginners. I absolutely love Laurie from The Passionate Penny Pincher, and this is my favorite page of hers. If you are interested in saving on groceries or other store items, this is your site.


This post gives you the cold hard truth about life style changes you need to make if you want to get out of debt. It’s a fresh reminder for anyone who wants to be debt free but hasn’t done it yet.


This post is about not wasting money and what you can do to contribute to that cause. Not wasting money will help you get on track to a strong financial foundation and can make frugal living fun.


This post walks you through how to live on an all cash budget. It’s a really good post if you are overspending, over budget, and have a tendency to spend money (i.e. you’re not a saver by nature).


This post walks you through tips and tricks to have a successful (read: profitable) garage sale. Selling your stuff is a great way to make some extra cash and if a garage sale is how you do it, then read this post first.


This post lists 10 rules for living a frugal life. There’s a little something for everyone in this post. If you’re serious about getting frugal, then this post will give you guidelines that you can live by to reach your frugal goals.


If you are an online shopper and need to get that under control, read this post to learn how you can trick yourself out of online shopping.


Not sure if frugal living is for you? Read about the benefits of frugal living. They go much deeper than saving money and not living paycheck to paycheck. Frugal living can lead to a deeper, more content life.


A Final Note!


Frugal living means living on less stuff with the goal of living a fuller life. These posts should get you started on your frugal journey no matter what your starting point is. Keep reading and educating yourself so you can live the best life you can. That’s what I’ve done with intentional living and getting out of student loan debt and it’s been the best decision of my life.


What frugal living blog posts or frugal living tips have helped you the most?


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