Frugal Living

5 Cheapest Places to Visit in 2019

Not sure where to head to this year? Maybe you want to do an adventurous trip to the K2 mountains, but your spouse just want a simple and leisurely vacation on a beachside. Maybe you’re quite thrilled to do stuffs like paragliding, bungee jumping this year, which you never did […]

15 Handpicked Frugal Blogs to Follow in 2019

As per the The Associated Press – NORC Center for Public Affairs Research, it’s not late when Americans would just find it difficult to scrounge even $1000 for emergencies. In America, number of consumers (aged 60+) with student loan debt has quadrupled over the last year. Credit files of more […]

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Should you Invest in a Carpet from Home Depot?

Massive discounts – and that too, from a giant conglomerate! Does it really translate to an infallible deal while buying carpets? Home Depot- one of the Giant National Retailers – quite surprisingly – doesn’t really have the heartiest of endorsements backing its services! Like its counterparts Costco, Lowe’s and Empire […]

Starbucks Is Giving Away $1M Worth of Gift Cards. Get Yours!

If you truly believe that gift cards typically take the stress off your gift-giving responsibilities, then this post is meant for you. Documented below are details of Starbucks’s gift giving initiative—everything you would want to know about Project Give Good. Gift Cards: Looking Back To start off proceedings in this […]

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Can Cash-Strapped Freelance Writers Find Financial Assistance?

As a cash-strapped freelancer staring at an acute but temporary scarcity of work, it isn’t easy for you to imagine the kind of challenges faced by freelance contractors in the face of catastrophic events. Life-threatening accidents or illnesses rendering you incapable of working can eventually derail your fiscal ambitions. Independent […]