Glad you are ready to live on a budget, which is an important skill to hone for everyone. Depending on where you are, on your financial journey will determine how comfortably you can live on a budget. Do not worry, my goal is to help you learn to live temporarily with less so that later you can benefit from having more. Find everything about how to live on a budget here.
4 minute read ∙ Happy Valentine’s Day! In the spirit of love, I have Mr. Slim Fit Wallet back on the blog. This time we are sharing our thoughts on the perfect cheap date. We believe that being on a budget or getting out of debt should not deter someone from dating. Check out our suggestions.
Thrift shopping is a great way to save money on clothing and find unique clothing items. Despite myths about thrift shopping, it is fun and easy to do. A good one will feel like a curated closet. Check out this post for my recommendations and thrift store chains. Check out the one closest to you and let me know your experience.
Are you on a budget and waited too long to get a gift? I have you covered with my list of affordable last-minute gifts. These items are perfect for a white elephant exchange, holiday party, stocking stuffer, or last-minute present. I found most of these items at Target which makes them perfect for those times when you need a gift fast.
Being on a budget, I prioritize grocery shopping and cooking meals at home to save money on food. However, sometimes life happens and cooking at home is not feasible. For those situations, I created a list of take out options that are a bang for your buck.