Tending to a lawn and garden can get expensive. Between seeds, fertilizer and gardening supplies, costs can be high enough to take the pleasure out of lawn care. Here are seven creative ways to save on landscaping, so you can have your well-tended lawn and your budget, too.Continue reading
If you are tight on money, you might think that growing your own food would be an expensive endeavor. While the costs can add up, there are a few ways you can grow a successful garden on a budget. Continue reading for three tips to help you out!
If you have time to kill but not a lot of money left in your budget, check out these five cheap and fun hobbies!
Spring is just around the corner, and so is gardening season! Growing your own food is a great way to save money, in more ways than one. Taking up this self-sufficient hobby can help you to slash that pricey grocery bill, and it can also lead to a drastic decrease in the amount of money you spend going out to eat. But there are a few speed bumps on the way to creating a garden that will thrive. Continue reading to learn four great tips to help you garden on a budget!
Autumn doesn’t only mean warm sweaters and pumpkin spice – it’s also your last chance for a cleanup before the snow begins to set in! Continue reading to learn 5 inexpensive ways you can finish your fall cleanup on a budget.
Are you looking for something fun to do on Mother’s Day? Sure, you can always buy flowers or have brunch, but why not try something different this year? Check out our list of budget-friendly Mother’s Day activities!
Believe it or not, summer is just around the corner. Whether you are a parent or a student, yourself – you know that the summer months are an opportune time for young people to gain experience through work (and of course, earn some extra money!) without interfering with studies. Here are 7 summer job ideas to help bring in some extra dough.
Here are 5 frugal things I’ve done lately, with hopes of inspiring you to do the same! Continue reading
Now that it is ‘officially’ summer, it’s also gardening season. Growing your own food is a great way to save money, in more ways than one. Taking up this self-sufficient hobby can help you to slash that pricey grocery bill, and it can also lead to a drastic decrease in the amount of money you spend going out to eat. But there are a few speed bumps on the way to creating a garden that will thrive: What if you don’t have much of a backyard? What if you don’t have that much time on your hands? Don’t let these minor setbacks keep you from discovering your green thumb. Here are a few ways you can make the most of out of a small garden: Continue reading