Adventures in Frugal

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Because frugality isn't about having less of everything; it's about having more of what you really care about

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Nine frugal things I love about summer in the city; my 2014 checklist

[...] From top left: 1. Spontaneous road trips Source: Nina Matthews via Flickr under a Creative Commons license 2. Real wood slat boardwalks Source: Conor Ogle via Flickr under a Creative Commons [...]

Frugal tip: Take dollar vans and gypsy cabs to get around Brooklyn

[...] Source: Wally Gobletz via Flickr under a Creative Commons license I was walking down Flatbush Ave last weekend toward an appointment, strolling along [...]

That one time 1/3-pound burgers failed in America because we don’t get fractions

[...] Source: CollegeDegrees360 via Flickr under a Creative Commons license, adapted Hello and welcome to the weekend! On Wednesday, the New York Times Magazine ran [...]

Microsoft OneNote is now free for everyone (Also, it’s fantastic)

[...] Source: darwin Bell via Flickr under a Creative Commons license One of my very favorite apps out there just got free, so it made sense to share the news [...]

The most important personal finance lesson my father taught me

[...] the day that I get to see you again. Happy Fathers Day everyone. The post The most important personal finance lesson my father taught me appeared first on Adventures in Frugal. [...]

What’s your favorite gift to start college graduates thinking about personal fin...

[...] time? The post What’s your favorite gift to start college graduates thinking about personal finance? (Mine involves Roth IRAs) appeared first on Adventures in Frugal. [...]

Homemade yogurt protein bars — my frugal, chewy alternative to pig slop

[...] shock my system, I wanted to change the bad habit of eating awful food permanently. As with personal finance, the best plan for a diet is the one you can actually stick to. So I did a little [...]

Here’s how to get your wife to change her ways with money

[...] . This is but the first chat — or better yet, the first listening session — of many. You see, personal finance within a couple will never be about one person explaining what he believes to be his [...]

In the U.S., why are poor people more likely to be obese?

[...] USDA map below. The areas in green are either urban areas where for many people, the nearest grocery store is at least one mile away or rural areas where the nearest grocery store is at least 10 miles [...]

How to honeymoon on a budget: Jacqui & Drew’s story

[...] , you needed a car. Further, we stayed on a small island in Fiji (Taveuni) with only one grocery store. We had one chance to get everything we’d need, otherwise we’d have to pay for another taxi. [...]

Why NOT travel around the world? My chat with author Nithin Coca

[...] have to check in any bags! Take the night bus to save on accommodation! The local grocery store is your friend! In reality, having less money can open the doors to creativity – [...]

Eight reasons why you should HIRE a girl who travels

[...] — in this economy, at least — I quit my job to travel for three months through India and Southeast Asia. Some people thought my decision was reckless because taking that much time away from work [...]

Seven items I won’t travel without

[...] will charge you to use toilet paper, and in some countries in the Middle East, India, and Southeast Asia, people simply do not use paper products. Having one or both of these items will save you [...]

How much is too much planning for a trip? (With poll)

[...] example, Tiger Air does deals every Thursday out of Singapore). Hotels do this too (For Southeast Asia, check out Agoda). If you are staying in hostel, you can often haggle the price down if [...]

Is travel the only purchase that is always worth the cost?

[...] ’d been in Bali for nine days. It was the last stop on our three-month trip through India and Southeast Asia. We had debated about whether to go. For one, Bali is far and sufficiently out of the way [...]

Maybe rotisserie chicken is so cheap because of this other reason — a follow-up

[...] Source: Joseph Wu via Flickr under a Creative Commons license Welcome to a new week! One of the most controversial posts I’ve ever written detailed a [...]

A friendly reminder: There is a BIG difference between frugal and cheap (Somewha...

[...] Source: Digimist via Flickr under a Creative Commons license Welcome to Friday folks! I know I’ve discussed this topic before, but something over [...]

What would make you love your job?

[...] Source: postbear eater of worlds via Flickr under a Creative Commons license Welcome to the new week, everyone! Admittedly, I have been thinking and posting a lot about [...]

The mysterious case of the missing $1,200 and my new side hustle?

[...] Source: Jon Newman via Flickr under a Creative Commons license Welcome to the new week everyone. Over the weekend, I spent a little bit of time at the [...]

Six tips to vacation in New York WITHOUT looking like a tourist

[...] : You) then you’re liable to end up on the West Side Highway every. Single. Time. Here’s a frugal tip: As soon as you get into a cab, don’t ask questions and don’t even take a chance at [...]

Maybe rotisserie chicken is so cheap because of this other reason — a follow-up

[...] that have passed their sell-by points.” Of course, if you’ve already read my post “A frugal tip: Eat food after its ‘expiration date,’” then this shouldn’t concern you one bit, [...]

Frugal tip: Take dollar vans and gypsy cabs to get around Brooklyn

[...] poorer, and with a sweet story to tell the blog. Hope you all have a great weekend! The post Frugal tip: Take dollar vans and gypsy cabs to get around Brooklyn appeared first on Adventures in Frugal. [...]

The mysterious case of the missing $1,200 and my new side hustle?

[...] important to note here that I’ve taught accounting in the past and absolutely loved it. (Frugal tip: Come get tutored in accounting by me at the library!) Then it was Phil’s turn: “I [...]

Connecting with myself & nature on my first night in a national park

[...] . Get out of the city and learn from nature My travel companion Eirinn and I took an overnight train from Hanoi. After checking into our hostel and talking to other guests, we rented [...]

Hostels vs. hotels: Here’s how I choose the best type of accommodation for my tr...

[...] ’d checked out, he offered us a spare room to shower and change in before catching an overnight train. The only down side was that our room didn’t have a window, but for $8 per person a [...]

Eight reasons why you should HIRE a girl who travels

[...] of people. However, travel is largely the search for the unknown. You don’t know what the overnight train in Vietnam will be like or what the next city will bring until you suck it up and go for it. [...]

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Nine frugal things I love about summer in the city; my 2014 checklist

[...] From top left: 1. Spontaneous road trips Source: Nina Matthews via Flickr under a Creative Commons license 2. Real wood slat boardwalks Source: Conor Ogle via Flickr under a Creative Commons [...]

Frugal tip: Take dollar vans and gypsy cabs to get around Brooklyn

[...] Source: Wally Gobletz via Flickr under a Creative Commons license I was walking down Flatbush Ave last weekend toward an appointment, strolling along [...]

That one time 1/3-pound burgers failed in America because we don’t get fractions

[...] Source: CollegeDegrees360 via Flickr under a Creative Commons license, adapted Hello and welcome to the weekend! On Wednesday, the New York Times Magazine ran [...]

Microsoft OneNote is now free for everyone (Also, it’s fantastic)

[...] Source: darwin Bell via Flickr under a Creative Commons license One of my very favorite apps out there just got free, so it made sense to share the news [...]

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