Cheap Apartments – How to Find a Place to Live Within Your Budget

What is your largest expense each month? For the average person, the answer is housing. Therefore, in order to live a cheap living lifestyle, you will want to keep your housing costs as low as possible. Check out these ideas on how to find cheap apartments to meet your needs. Read the rest of this entry »

Find a Cheap Apartment Anywhere in the USA

A big chunk of your income can go right down the drain if you are living in a place you can barely afford.  A cheaper rental alternative can give your limited budget a break and provide you with extra cash to spend on other essentials.  Finding that cheap apartment is a must if cheap living is your goal. Read the rest of this entry »

Cheap Bus Tickets – Tips to Save Money on Mass Transit

Going intercity or interstate by land? Ditch the car and take a cheap bus. You won’t be doing the driving and you get to relax while enjoying the landscape and change of scenery as you pass by one area after another. If you are a cheap living advocate, then bus travel is indispensable. Read the rest of this entry »

Cheap Living – Introduction

Welcome to Cheap Living. My purpose for creating this site is to share tips and insights on how to live more cheaply. I’ll be updating the site regularly with new articles about living a cheaper lifestyle to help you save money. And, of course, we all need to trim our budget during these tough economic times. 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 »

Have Too Much Junk? Cheap Storage Could Be the Answer

If you have too much stuff in your house that you can barely walk a few feet without tripping on something, you may need to reconsider your storage options. Your house is supposed to be a place where you can sit back and relax, not a place where you have to be on your toes and compete with your accumulated stuff for space. Before you get displaced out of your own house, you need to find cheap storage soon. 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 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 »

If You Are a Student, Cheap Living is Key to Survival

Most students do not have the good fortune of having millionaires for parents and thus depend on their meager allowance to juggle the expenses associated with studying and the unavoidable parties around the campus. It’s a constant struggle and one needs to tighten belts more often than splurge in the luxury of abundance. So, if you are a student, cheap living is a must. 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 Food – Make the Most of Your Dinner Budget

Whether you are eating at home or dining out, it’s a good idea to stretch your money as far as you can. While it is easier to live a cheap living lifestyle by cooking at home, sometimes you just want to go out. Here are some cheap food tips to help you save some money when you eat out. Read the rest of this entry »

Art of Frugal Living – Some Tips to Save You Money

This will be my first in a series of tips articles. The great thing about these types of posts is that they make you think about how you spend money. To learn the art of frugal living, you need know where your money goes and avoid wasteful spending. Here is a starter list of some useful tips to save you those hard-earned bucks: 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 »

Need a Drastic Change? Try Cheap Living in Other Countries

Have you ever considered living in a country with a lower cost of living? Cheap living in other countries is definitely an option to help lower your expenses. This episode of Cheap Living Tips will provide you a few insights about living in theses types of countries. Read the rest of this entry »

Cheap Business Cards – Save on Your Business Promotion Costs

A business card can do wonders to promote your business at a cost so negligible, you won’t miss it. These cards are indispensable for entrepreneurs desiring a bigger market and company growth. Dissemination of business information is the very core of advertising campaigns, which you can effectively do through cheap business cards. The more people who know about your business, the more potential clients you can have. Read the rest of this entry »