Cheap Amsterdam – How to Spend Less While Enjoying this Great City

Cheap Amsterdam – music to the ears of cash strapped and loaded tourists alike.  A visit to this quaint and charming location, popularly known as a haven for hedonistic pursuits and bohemian lifestyles, need not put a big dent in your pockets if you know the how, where, and when of cheap living. Read the rest of this entry »

Ultimate Cheap Living – A Cheap House Will Save You Thousands of Dollars

Why will you choose an expensive alternative if you can save thousands of dollars living in a cheap house? In this difficult time, cost cutting has never been more imperative.  A cheaper house can significantly reduce your expenses beyond your expectations. Read the rest of this entry »

Cheap Tickets – Buy Events Tickets Online for Savings and Convenience

If you’re looking for cheap tickets, there are several ways you can go about finding them. When you purchase tickets online, you can save money and avoid making a trip to a ticket agent. So, if you want to save money on tickets to concerts, sporting events, theater, or any other event, you should read below. Read the rest of this entry »

Cheap Toys – Simple Guide to Buying Low-cost Toys

With Christmas fast approaching, toy shopping is becoming more imminent. Good news for cheap living enthusiasts, cheap toys abound! You can find inexpensive toys almost anywhere, from your local department stores to hundred of online retailers. Now, you don’t have to bust your budget to give your children a burst of toy sunshine. There are a lot of good deals that are up for grabs. Read the rest of this entry »

Guide to Cheap Living – 10 Rules to Live by

Cheap living can be accomplished very easily, but it requires you to make adjustments to how you spend. Breaking bad spending habits takes a conscious effort and self discipline. I can’t give you the discipline, but I can provide these ten principles as a guide to cheap living. Read the rest of this entry »

Cheap Shopping – Tips to Save Money when making High-tech Purchases

This installment of cheap living tips deals with buying devices in the category of technology. I know we all like to have the newest and best, but maybe you should think twice: Read the rest of this entry »

Cheap Tools – Are They a Good Idea?

If you are a do-it-yourself kinda guy who loves to tinker around your home, you must love to have your own personal tools. You just don’t know when you’re going to need them, right? If you are like the majority of DIY people, you are most probably going for cheap tools. The reasoning is simple: you probably won’t use them that often and you’re doing it yourself to save from paying some overpriced professional to do it. Certainly, the mantra of a true cheap living believer. Read the rest of this entry »

Cheap Stocks – Are They A Good Investment?

Cheap living is not just about saving; it is also about cheap but profitable investments. Cheap stocks are the rage these days. For less than $5 or even as low as a few pennies, you can now start investing in the stock market. How cool is that! But, do you know what you’re getting into? Is it worth investing just because it’s cheap? Read the rest of this entry »

Cheap Hotels – Stay the Night without going Bankrupt

Everyone knows that finding a reasonably priced hotel or motel can be a real chore. That’s why I decided to publish this article on cheap hotels. Below, I have listed several tips and pointers to help you keep your costs down while staying the night away from home. Read the rest of this entry »

Cheap Family Living – 6 Great Ways to Save Every Day

Here I am with another installment of tips from the tightwad. You can use these ideas to trim your budget and be on your way to cheap family living. A cheap living lifestyle doesn’t mean you have to do without, it just means you need to cut unnecessary costs to make the most of the money you have. Here is today’s list: Read the rest of this entry »

Cheap International Destinations – Where You Can Enjoy Yourself for Less Money

Cheap living is all about spending less for the things you need. It’s easier to spend less if you just stay at home and do nothing, but what kind of life would that be? Everyone needs a vacation once in a while. So, when you feel like traveling, here are some cheap international destinations you should consider. Read the rest of this entry »

Cheap Holidays: How to Get the Most from Your Holiday Dollars

How do you practice cheap living during the holidays? With Memorial Day fast approaching and the 4th of July soon to follow, I’m sure you’d like to enjoy the free time without spending a lot. Here are some ideas to transform your days off into cheap holidays. Read the rest of this entry »

Cheap Groceries – How to Minimize Your Spending at the Grocery Store

We all have to buy groceries, because without them we would either starve or spend a fortune eating out. Therefore, a large part of the art of cheap living is finding ways to reduce your grocery bill. Cheap groceries are hard to come by since prices seem to climb every day. I’ve put together a few tips to help you keep your bill within reason. Read the rest of this entry »

Cheap Spain – More than Just Free Tapas!

Spain has it all. Romantic history, architectural grandeur, picturesque landscapes, and the people there certainly know how to party! This is the place to be. Although la Espana may be a little costly compared to other backpacking destinations, cheap living in Spain is not impossible. Read on to discover cheap Spain without going cheap on the experience. Read the rest of this entry »

Cheap Wood – Help Save the Planet with These Money Saving Ideas

Wood is a perfect accessory for a warm and cozy space. The resulting ambiance may be relaxing but the cost is definitely not one to feel good about. However, if you are willing to go the extra mile and willing to do the work, cheap wood can certainly be had. Read the rest of this entry »