One of my favorite subjects to talk about is money. Did you know that in the Bible, Jesus spoke more about the subject of money than Heaven and Hell combined? It’s an important topic, one that we be completely guided in. It’s something that I have spent literally YEARS learning about, all on my own, through trial and error and Bible in hand, learning principle after principle. I do not want to be like the foolish servant in Matthew 25. That is my goal.
Thankfully, with the beginning of the year, many people are on board with learning how to save money, so it just tickles me pink to share with you the Top 10 Money Saving Posts
Okay, so you’re just starting out trying to gain financial freedom over the mess you’re in. What perfect way to get your bills and finances organized than with this free monthly budget worksheet!
I don’t coupon a whole lot, so when it comes to spending money on groceries, it’s a lot. Here’s a trick I’ve learned over the years to make my budget go further, and it’s so simple, anyone can do it!
One of the best ways to stop living paycheck to paycheck is to first get your bills down. What’s the point if your income increases if it just fly’s out the window? You have to get those bills down in creative ways. This article highlights some great ideas to do just that. If you struggle with inconsistent paychecks, check out my article, How I Survive on Inconsistent Paychecks.
I’m often asked how I’m able to live the good life on only $18k/year, so I created this massive collection of my best tips and tricks, 30 of them to be exact, to show everyone how I do it.
Lowering your electric bill can literally save you thousands of dollars each year. Here are some fantastic tips on how to save money on your electric bill. You might also like to check out this article as well, 10 Ways to Cut Your Power Bill by 35%.
There was a time in my life where I’d walk into the Dollar Store and walk out with 100 items. It was bleeding me dry. I bought things “just because” they were a good deal, but as time went on, I learned through Walmart, why I was just throwing my money away. Buying cheaper is usually NOT better, and that was a really tough lesson I learned the hard way. Don’t make the same mistakes I did; steer clear!
It is always great to budget on a weekly basis, because if something is wrong, you can catch it super quick. This article will show you step-by-step how to do that and how by doing this, it can save you money.
I’ll be honest with you, I don’t like to pay for things. In fact, I hate it. I mean, who really doesn’t like free stuff?
So, I am very creative at getting what I want for free. That way I can spend my money where I want it to go. Here are 15 things I don’t spend on and you shouldn’t either!
I love this! Think about it, if you saved just $1 a day, you’d be saving $30/month. That’s $360/year. You could take a vacation on that!
There are a lot of frugal living tips that you can read about online, but some of them may not pertain to you and your situation. Here are some universal tips and tricks that apply to everyone that you can easily start implementing now!
Do you have any favorite money saving posts? As long as they’re not spam, feel free to link them below in the comments. 🙂