Five Smart Things to do With Your Tax Refund

Every year tax time rolls around shorty after New Year’s. Most people are anxiously waiting to get their tax refunds to splurge on new toys that they most likely don’t need. I thought that I would list a few smarter alternatives. Start an emergency fund. An emergency fund is nice to have to cover those unforeseen expenses i.e. car repair, …

Five Frugal Things

I’ve seen a few other bloggers post about five frugal things they have done recently. I thought I would give it a shot. Utilized my free archery range hours pass that I received, when I bought my compound bow last Spring, to get some practice in and adjust my new (to me) sight. Made for some cheap entertainment. I did …

Why a Bidet is for You

Bidets are commonplace in a lot of the world, outside of America, it seems. For whatever reason they have not caught on here, which is a shame. I installed the Luxe Neo 120 bidet on my toilet last year and it is a game changer and believe it or not it is frugal. I first came across bidets like the …

Podcasts as a Frugal Hobby

For a few years now one of my go to frugal hobbies has been listening to podcasts. In case you have no idea what a podcast is, they are basically an internet radio show that you can download/stream through iTunes and other various applications. Podcasts cover a wide range of topics i.e. knitting, hunting, and comedy. Podcasts can provide a …