One list is never enough. So here are 13 money-saving lists: 178 tips in total.
5 Best—and 5 Worst—Home Improvement Projects. Replace the vinyl siding. But forget about adding a garage, bathroom, or sunroom.
5 Ways to Save Water, Energy, Money, the World, in One Afternoon. You didn’t want to wash the dishes by hand anyway.
5 Ways to Save While Shopping. For one thing, don’t be shy: Just ask an employee about upcoming deals and special discounts.
7 Beauty Products That Are a Waste of Money. Lash growers and lip plumpers and bust boosters oh my.
7 Sneaky Savings Strategies for Generation Y. Why just Gen Y? I suppose because they’re young enough to have never heard of classic strategies like going cash-only or entertaining at home rather than going out.
8 Steps to Buy a New Car Cheaply. Add-ons are the enemy.
10 Ways to Fight Frugality Fatigue. Keep your eyes on the prize and celebrate with a little splurge here and there.
17 Healthy Meals from One Chicken. That’s a lot of sustenance for a total grocery bill of $26.
20 Best Money Websites. Resources to help if you’re looking to diversify your investment portfolio, budget better, switch credit cards, find a savings account with the best interest rates, retire, and so on.
21 Things We’re Learning to Live Without. Life is simpler—and often just plain better—without the daily latte, cable TV bills, gift exchanges, and clutter in general.
28 Tasty Tips To Save on Foods. Freeze milk before it expires, shop at salvage grocery stores, overcook and freeze an extra meal’s worth of food, choose beans over meat, create croutons by shopping up stale bread and plopping them into a salad, never buy water, and on and on.