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When I tell people I’m on a three year spending ban, they often act like that’s completely insane.  Many people try a spending ban for a week, a weekend, or a month. Doing one for three years is much less conventional. I chose to do this because my husband and I are working on paying […]

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If you want to eat healthy or lose weight on a tight budget, it can feel overwhelming.  However, you don’t need to spend a small fortune every week!  I eat a (mostly) whole food diet, and I spend a reasonable amount on groceries. There are plenty of healthy, natural foods that are surprisingly cheap. Here […]

The post Top 20 Cheapest, Healthy Foods to Buy When You’re Broke appeared first on Frugal Millennial.

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I love shopping online. I’m an introvert, so I don’t enjoy having a salesperson follow me around the store trying to make conversation just so they can get me to sign up for a store credit card. Shopping online is so much more pleasant and convenient. If you’ve been reading this blog for a while, […]

The post 9 Surprising Ways to Save Money Shopping Online appeared first on Frugal Millennial.

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The fitness industry exists to make money.  Your fitness guru will tell you that you need an expensive personal training package, fancy yoga studio classes, supplements, diet pills, an overpriced gym membership…and all sorts of other gimmicks that aren’t necessary. The truth is, losing weight isn’t complicated.  It’s not easy, but the equation is simple: […]

The post How to Lose Weight on a Tight Budget appeared first on Frugal Millennial.

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It’s difficult to make money blogging if no one is reading your blog.  When I first started blogging, I wrote articles, shared them on my social media accounts, and hoped someone would read them.  Only a few people did. When I finally started strategizing, my page views went up drastically and I started to earn […]

The post 4 Secrets to Exploding Blog Traffic with Pinterest appeared first on Frugal Millennial.

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A spending ban (cutting out spending on non-essential items) can be a great way to reduce your expenses so you can pay off debt, build savings, or break bad spending habits.  A spending ban can be for a weekend, seven days, a month, or even a year (or longer). I’m currently on a three year […]

The post Starting a Spending Ban? 4 Tips for Success appeared first on Frugal Millennial.

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When my husband and I decided to pay off $117,000 of student loans in three years, we knew we’d have to do things a little differently. As Dave Ramsey says “live like no one else now, so later you can live like no one else.” We’ve found many ways to save money.  Here are a […]

The post Is This Extreme Frugal Living? 10 Crazy Things We’ve Done to Save Money appeared first on Frugal Millennial.

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When my husband and I decided to pay off $127,000 of debt (mostly student loans) in three years, we knew we would have to drastically reduce our expenses. One item we cut from our budget was outings with friends (and date nights).  Does this mean that we NEVER hang out with friends? Nope! *Disclosure Policy: […]

The post My 10 Favorite Things to do on a No-Spend Weekend appeared first on Frugal Millennial.

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If you’re like most millennials, you probably spend a lot of time on your phone.  Why not use a little bit of this time to save money? There’s an app for everything these days.  Here are my top 5 favorite (free) money saving apps! Ibotta Ibotta is hands-down my favorite app.  I don’t do much […]

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I used to spend WAY too much on groceries every week.  I was relying on pre-made items and microwaveable food a lot of the time, and I found myself wasting food each week. Sound familiar? I have a solution for you – meal planning. *Disclosure: This post contains affiliate links. Read our full disclosure policy […]

The post How to Start Meal Planning + A Free Printable! appeared first on Frugal Millennial.

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