November 18, 2019

Money Mondays: 5 Frugal Hacks I did this Weekend to Save Money

This post is by Bernie Carr, apartmentprepper.com With the budget being tight, I normally find various things to do to save a buck or two on a regular basis. This past weekend was no exception. Here are five frugal things I did. Cut the dryer sheets in half I know that vinegar is a natural alternative to dryer sheets but the family cannot stand the smell.  I’ve also tried cutting out dryer sheets altogether but there is too much static […]

Money Mondays: 10 Ways to Avoid Shopping on Impulse

This post is by Bernie Carr, apartmentprepper.com We’ve all done it – spent more than we should have at the store and our budget suffers as a result. You may even have the best of intentions. Trying to prepare for emergencies, you go to a warehouse store so you can stock up. When you get home you notice out your bought too many snacks but not enough bulk food supplies. How do you avoid impulse buying?  Here are 10 ways […]

Save Money with an Extreme Frugality Mindset

I am excited to introduce today’s guest post by Erica N of Living Life in Rural Iowa.  She offers tons of actionable tips on how to make ends meet.  They may seem extreme to some people, but they are simple and actionable. Start Saving Money By Having A Poverty Mindset! Learn 25 Ways to Extreme Living and Saving! Written by Erica N This post first appeared in Living Life in Rural Iowa We all want to save money, but sometimes […]

Money Mondays: How to Get Free Classic Books for Download

This post is by Bernie Carr, apartmentprepper.com We all know we can borrow books from the public library to read them for free, but here a way to actually own the books without having to return them. Public Domain In case you haven’t heard, 1/1/2019 was not only New Year’s Day, it was also Public Domain Day. What is Public Domain Day? A quick history:  Back in 1999, works from 1923 were already set to become public domain, based on […]