One of the hardest lessons I have ever had to learn was how to stop spending money you don’t have. I’m a chronic spender. It’s one of my biggest flaws. I’ll go into a store to buy some gluten-free bread (anyone else allergic to gluten and wanna be buddies? email me!) and I’ll leave the store with 10 things I didn’t need.
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Over the years of running this website I’ve done a ton of research on frugal living and intense saving money ideas. Recently, I’ve had a couple emails come in about the differences between being frugal and just being downright cheap and it got me thinking what really is the difference between frugal vs cheap?
When readers ask me what my favourite ideas for a side hustle is, I often suggest things like blogging, proofreading, and transcription, because these can be done anywhere, by anyone. I often don’t mention how to flip furniture because it has some limitations. However, this is a side hustle that made me $300 for only 4 hours work.
Living frugally is a great way to save money, but is it possible to live super frugal on just one income? Sometimes it’s a factor of deciding between convenience and cost, especially if you’re a stay at home mom. Let’s find some awesome ways for you to learn how to live frugally on one income!
I know that having the opportunity to work from home is just a dream for most people, however, for people like me, it’s a reality. I’ve been able to find an amazing online work from home job that has changed my life and made it so I can be my own boss (and stay in my pjs all day).