We moved into a drafty old home and SLASHED the heat and power bills. Do you do need lower utility bills, too?
We should all know how to switch to survival mode and get through it. When life throws you a curve ball, here is how to deal with it.
When you are spending too much money on power and electricity, you are literally burning up money. Plug up hidden leaks and lower your power bill to save money.
Far from depriving them of necessities, a minimalist lifestyle with children gives them what is really important in life! Don’t shy away from combing children and minimalist living.
If you are sending your little goblins out on Halloween, here are some safety tips to keep in mind to make the evening enjoyable and not terrifying.
Decluttering is a dreaded, but unavoidable, task. You’ll want to read on to discover tips on how to declutter a room in one afternoon.
Saving money does not need to be hard or difficult. Here are 16 easy ways to save money and work savings into your day.
It’s far too easy to get into debt, but hard to get out of it. Unfortunately delinquency can creep up on us. Are delinquent debts ruining your finances?
Are you ready to take your money saving to the next step? I have 51 extreme ways to save money here for every money-saving rebel.
Do you deal with family tension during the holidays? Stress, togetherness & personal differences can make tempers fly!
Every woman needs her own set of home improvement tools to do repairs and maintenance around the house – stop waiting for someone else to do it!
Three years living without a fridge taught us a lot about storing food – and it can help you lower your power bills and enjoy your food more!
Create a wellness sanctuary with these simple steps to a peaceful home you’ll always want to go home to – and others will want to visit, too.
Making a budget is the easy part. (Really – it is) But with a few tips and some support, keeping the budget is manageable, too. You can learn to stay within a budget and get all the bills paid.
Create your own cleaning checklists to streamline the housecleaning process and efficiently delegate chores to other members of your household.
Low impact living refers to the amount of impact you have on the planet. That’s at its absolute basic breakdown, but it’s really more than that. Here’s what it means to live a low impact life.
Here are 15 commonly used disposable products that you can stop buying right now.
Improve finances the way you eat an elephant – one small bite at a time. 16 action steps, easy to implement, to do over the next four months
Keep out of reach of children – that is harder than you would think, especially when you have climbers. Here are some ideas to keep medications out of reach so that your children are safe.
It takes some work and planning to reduce credit card debt, but it’s worth doing. Increase your available money and decrease your stress with these ideas.
Living BELOW – not within – your means is the key to financial security. If you spend everything you have, you’ll never get ahead.
Food storage experts sometimes say to go through your stores and donate expired food to the poor. They should be grateful, right? Wait ….
New things are nice to get, but sometimes you can save a lot of money and get just as good quality by buying used.
It is definitely possible to use less power even when it’s hot outside. Check out these 36 ideas for lowering your power bill in the summer.