Treat Yourself on the Cheap Frugality Doesn’t Have to Mean Deprivation
RENT INSTEAD OF OWN What about owning cool stuff? Well, even if you can’t afford to buy everything you want brand-new, it’s easier than ever to borrow and share. There’s a totally free online platform called Peerby that connects people who want to borrow and lend items, including everything from power tools to folding chairs. Never again let a lack of ownership keep you from doing the things that make you happy! The point is, you really can have an amazing life without spending a ton of money. So get out there, save, and have fun!
dish you can come up with. If you do date night at home 90 percent of the time, you’ll be able to splurge later on a night out. USE THE LIBRARY If you’re not in the habit of using the library for recreation, you’re missing out on a great opportunity. Check out entire seasons of popular TV shows and cut cable and TV streaming packages from the budget. The library also has a great selection of movies, books, audiobooks, video games, and CDs. Best of all, everything’s free!
Frugality might seem like a death sentence for fun, but if you’re creative, it’s more than doable to have a great time and still live well within your means. STAY IN Usually, activities you do “out” will cost significantly more than the same thing done at home (such as watching a movie on your couch instead of at the theater or cooking a great dinner instead of going out to eat). Try turning home cooking into a game. For instance, start with a few leftover ingredients and seeing what amazing new
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