Frugal living means learning what to buy, where to buy it and how to stretch your dollars as far as possible. We all love saving as much money as possible and using the tricks compiled here for you gives you a kick start to financial independence.
Over the years, I've found some helpful tips and tricks to help you track, save, and spend your money wisely!
If you want to cut back on your grocery bill, make sure to start by making a weekly grocery list and choosing thrifty meals for your family by checking out 100 Frugal Recipes. Easy Frugal Crockpot Meals is a great spot to check out for those looking to make inexpensive meals for busy families on the run.
Frugality also means you are looking to cut back expenses and pay down debt. If you are paying down debt, start tracking that using the Snowball Method or the Debt Avalanche Trackers. The most important money tracker I recommend to get almost instant results is the Daily Spending Tracker. That tool is the fastest eye opener you will get in figuring out where to find money in your budget.
Read up on all the frugality and money saving posts if you are ready to start crunching some numbers!