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Home is where your heart is.
A frugal home gives light to gathering, saving and simple living. It also gives hope for a better future.
Newer isn’t always better. Vintage goods, hard work, doing it yourself, old school ways and giving up on keeping up are all part of a frugal home.
I think our grandparents had it right grow your own food, work hard and smart for your income. Cherish the small things and support the family.
Simple living, having the basics and not trying to keep up with the rest of the world.
Bigger isn’t always better.
Do you ever sit there looking at your Facebook feed and wonder how? How do they have all that or do all that and why can’t I?
In an era of photo touch ups, posting only the best and credit card debt is it all really real?
Honestly, if you could have no debt and live a simpler life would you? Bigger, glossy and in debt isn’t always the way.
There is something amazingly simple and valued in saving money and living frugally.
Imagine being able to say you are debt free. Would it be great to be able to buy what you need without question. To plan a holiday for your family.
Saving money and setting a budget, both frugal tasks give you the opportunity to achieve your goals.
What is a frugal home?
A frugal home is one that lives below its means. Believes in the value of family and hard work.
Bigger isn’t always better. Newer isn’t always the best and old school ways may be smarter.
Choosing the cheaper brand may be the right choice. Meal planning and home cooking can save you hundreds.
A frugal home is one that makes choices for the here and the now, but also for the future.
Learn how to setup a frugal home and save more money:
- 275 Frugal Ways To Cut Your Household Expenses & Save Money
- Ways To Save Money That Won’t Cost You A Dime
- Frugal Living Lessons From Thrifty People
- Secret Must Haves Of A Frugal Home
- 7 Things We Stopped Doing To Save Money
Have an amazing day,
Saving & Simplicity