Tag: frugal living

7 Great Reasons to Give Your Child an Allowance

7 Great Reasons to Give Your Child an Allowance

Giving your child an allowance is a powerful tool for teaching them money management skills, independence, perseverance, and kindness towards others. Continue reading ...

7 Frugal Living Skills that Can Save You Money

There are many frugal living skills that can be very enjoyable and rewarding and that can save you a lot of money at the same time. Continue reading ...

What Your Children Really Want for Christmas

What do children really want for Christmas?  Quite simply, you!

Why your children need you more than anything else:

You are the most important person in their life/lives

That’s right.  Believe it or not, you really, really matter to your children.  They watch you when you are shaving, when you are preparing a meal with them, how you react when someone doesn’t signal and cuts you off on the… Continue reading ...

City Budgets, City Contractors, Waste, and Frugality

When it come’s to cities, why are ‘problematic’ contractors allowed to bid on new construction projects? Is the ‘lowest bid’ the ‘best’ bid when delays and problematic workmanship come with the ‘lower’ price. Continue reading ...

The Essential Guide to Happiness and Money for Teens

If you are a teenager, you have the opportunity to make happiness and financial security key aspects of your life. There is a way to make the most of what you have so that you can have more more of what you love. The steps are very simple and don’t cost a thing. Here are nine money tips that can help you: Continue reading ...

Top 6 Frugal Living Posts at Froogalism.com (so far)

Here are my Top Five favourite posts at froogalism.com. I discuss everything from frugal living, to entrepreneurship, to being frugal versus being cheap, to education, and even to baldness. I hope you enjoy. Continue reading ...