How to holiday shop for people who have everything - Living On The Cheap
Having trouble figuring out what to give to the person who has everything? Check out this post for holiday shopping tips when you have to shop for the person with everything.
31 ways to stay warm, save money this winter - Living On The Cheap
For many of us, winter is a time when we discover a few more cracks and crannies for the cold air to find its way inside making it harder to stay warm and cozy, & sending money out the door as the electric or gas bill climbs. Take advantage of these quick
Where older kids ski free - Living On The Cheap
Virtually every ski area in the land offers free skiing for youngsters to age 5 or 6, but only a handful extend free skiing to older offspring. Alas, many of these deals are in effect only during non-holiday periods and/or midweek, but they offer big savi
Start shopping now for the best deals for next Christmas - Living On The Cheap
I’ve been a dedicated bargain hunter since I was a kid with not much spending money. So this year, like every other year, almost all my holiday shopping was finished before the stores started putting up Christmas decorations. On Thanksgiving day, I enjoyed a long and leisurely dinner with my family. No post-turkey trips to the mall, thank you very much. And on Black Friday, I did not rush to any stores to join the crazy pre-dawn crowds primed to buy.
Homemade soup gifts will warm the heart - Living On The Cheap
I enjoy few things more than creating and giving homemade gifts. So many different types of foods, such as quick breads, cookies, candy and drink mixes, lend themselves to giving. But giving a soup mix to someone who may not have the desire to cook for himself can be a wonderful gift to warm both heart and belly. #giftguides #homemade #soup #DIY
21 ways to deal with your post-holiday financial hangover - Living On The Cheap
Now that the holidays are over many people are starting the New Year saddled with an overwhelming financial hangover of bills and debt. How do you deal with it? While it might be easier to just make the minimum payments, that’s not a good long-term plan. If you don’t make a plan to reduce your debt, you’ll spend all of 2021 with that hangover. Who wants to live like that?
Gift ideas for your favorite teachers - Living On The Cheap
Have kids? Lucky for you I have advice on teacher gift ideas that are appropriate, based on your child’s age, and a teacher’s likely likes and dislikes, and that take your budget into consideration.
How to end the exchange of useless holiday junk - Living On The Cheap
As the holiday gift-giving season approaches, we often are filled with a sense of dread: How will we ever find the perfect gift for everyone on our list. Some Americans are saving money and sanity by changing their gift-giving traditions, find out more in
18 tips to save big on winter utility bills - Living On The Cheap
Heating season is back in most of the country, and heating costs are expected to rise this winter. Know that there are ways to mitigate some of that energy use and save money every month
10 thoughtful gifts that keep on giving - Living On The Cheap
Gifts don't have to be about money, and the best gifts keep on giving. Check out these 10 thoughtful gifts that keep on giving.
Stocking stuffers for grown-ups - Living On The Cheap
If you're sweating the fast approaching holidays go grab these last minute stocking stuffers for grown ups.