2000 Dollar Wedding


Even if your budget isn’t quite as restrictive as this one, you’ll find her ideas for budgeting and cost-cutting valuable. Pictures show that a wedding on a budget doesn’t need to look cheap.

The Budget Savvy Bride


Insiders secrets from brides who hosted lower-cost weddings will have you planning your own event several steps ahead of the budget-conscious crowd. Expect beautiful posts featuring budget weddings, and advice on how to pull it off yourself.

Industrial Sump Pumps
by Rafik over 2 years ago
Submersible Sump Pumps
by Rafik over 2 years ago

The Broke-Ass Bride


As the name implies, this a blog about a wedding on a budget. It's full of great money savings tips that you would never even think of - it's a creative way blog about having a cheap wedding.

The Centsible Life


Blogger Kelly Whalen is a personal finance expert and mother who offers readers advice on budgeting for travel, real estate, and education. Her posts include advice on money saving products and inspiration to live on less.

BIG NEWS! We’re moving!
by Kelly over 2 years ago
Save Money, Buy In Bulk
by Kelly over 2 years ago

Budgets are Money


Readers blush over budgets, get flushed on frugal ideas, and think romantically about thrift here. Recent posts show how even alarm clocks can ring in great savings.

The 100 Things List
by J. Money over 2 years ago
Would You Rather… Cash vs Debt Edition
by J. Money over 2 years ago

Generation X Finance


This guy's on a mission to help people reign in their spending habits, take control of their debt, and learn to manage their money better, particularly those who are of the "X Generation". (He says that this generation is generally those born between 1965-1980.) He's been giving financial advice as a financial advisor for years, so having access to this site is like free advice from a real expert!

How I Became A Millionaire Yearly Update 2002
by KC Beavers over 4 years ago
Maximum 401k Contribution for 2014 Has Been Announced
by KC Beavers over 4 years ago

Common Sense with Money


The motto of this blog is "live well with less." It helps readers find ways to stick to their budgets without sacrificing their daily enjoyment, through coupons, freebies, and money-saving tips.

All You Magazine + FREE OPI Nail Polish Just $10!
by Common Sense With Money about 4 years ago
Nielsen Homescan Consumer Panel Taking Applications!
by Common Sense With Money about 4 years ago

Man vs. Debt


"Man vs. Wild" is an adventure television show that pits a game explorer with the wonders of nature. This blog is similarly athletic and sheds light on one extremely savvy financial pro who attacks his debt with calm and foresight. Anyone tackling their own debts and demands will really enjoy the comprehensive transparency that Baker demonstrates throughout the site. Everything We Own shows just that, while Our Finances exposes exactly what Baker and his family are dealing with.

Re-Evaluating Your Financial Priorities
by Joan Otto about 4 years ago
The Report from the Three-Year Mark: Joan’s Mid-April Financial Update
by Joan Otto about 4 years ago



"The overwhelming, depressing, soul-sucking experience of being a UK consumer is eroding our consumer souls like acid rain dissolved Nelson in the 80’s;" this blog's bringing back the English joy.

Downloads to cost more
by Ian Wade about 4 years ago
Meat tax! The latest sin tax proposal…
by Sam Thewlis about 4 years ago

Wedding Planning on a Budget


Bloggers Tim and Lisa Spooner planned their wedding on a budget. With just $2,000 they were able to plan their dream wedding, and they offer information and tips on how they did it. The blog also features ways couples can save on floral arrangements, dresses and more.

Black Friday: A Bride’s Wedding-Shopping Heaven
by Administrator over 4 years ago

Two Girls Cooking


One blogger cooks and one bakes. Together they boldly share their triumphs as well as catastrophes when creating their quick, low-cost and entertaining feasts.

Cheesy Chicken Pasta
by Patricia over 4 years ago
Banana Bread
by Patricia over 4 years ago

No More Spending: Debt Free Living


This British budgeting blog is run by a woman who once found herself in $45,000 worth of debt, and has turned to extremely careful budgeting practices to help keep track of her spending. She also emphasizes the importance of setting financial goals and creating realistic budgets to help reach them.

Flotec Sump Pumps - Selecting the Right Sump Pump
by Rafik over 2 years ago
Sump Pump Float - First Thing You Should Check
by Rafik over 2 years ago

My Little Apartment


Dean's apartment might be petite, but it packs a real fashionista's punch. Learn from a master how to design with efficiency and class.

supa' dupa' fly
by my little apartment almost 4 years ago
desktop clean-off
by my little apartment almost 4 years ago

You Have More Than You Think


Shawanda Greene promotes a life of extreme frugality in her blog by making selective choices and setting priorities, relevant to all ages, genders, and backgrounds. Her budgeting guides center around determining a monthly income and allocating it appropriately to help pay off debt, save money, and still enjoy the special luxuries we all know and love.

Grub Girl


Grub Girl lives and eats in San Francisco, CA, however her blog extends from reviewing restaurants in the bay area to providing cooking tips so you can make bargain meals in your own kitchen. Grub Girl explores the bargain bite world, where food can cost less but still retain its value and taste. She has some interesting and unique pieces including one on how to cash in on food bargains on your birthday.

Frugal Family Foodies


Robin loves cookbooks, the farmer’s market, kitchen stores and stinky cheese. However, her kids do not. Take advice from this mom who successfully feeds her kids fresh, seasonal food without breaking the bank.

Eat Well, Eat Cheap


Quit eating out and shrink both your food and beverage budget. At Eat Well, Eat Cheap you can find recipes to cook delicious meals as well bargain wines to compliment your meals with for less than $10 a bottle.

Blog of Cheapcooking.com


Ellen has tons of easy and budget friendly recipes that utilize everything from frozen foods to seasonal vegetables. Learn how to make homemade chicken broth (super easy) or attempt the baked acorn squash with maple syrup.

Minestrone Soup from An Everlasting Meal
by Ellen over 2 years ago
Corned Beef and Reuben Sandwiches
by Ellen over 2 years ago

Eating on a Budget


Kevin sets out on a 90-day social experiment to see if he can make a drastic cut to his budget and only spend $1 per day. Follow as Kevin learns that he can actually make it with such an extreme budget and continues to work on building a better pantry.

Canadian Budget Binder


We're your average married Canadian couple in our 30's budgeting to live a comfortable life. We don't aspire to be Multi- Millionaires just to save money the smart way. Canadian Budget Binder can help you cut down debt,save money and have fun with life! We will be showing you how we pay off our debt, manage our money, and tips for savings. We have saved 40k cash in 2 years using our budget and so can you. You will learn about tricks we have used, Budgeting Skills, Coupons,Frugal recipes, tips and more. You will also learn how we as young adults (students) made it through school with no debt but OSAP and how we paid if off. We feel it is important to start saving and learning about finances when you are young. We hope students of today will follow us and gain insight on how to stay out of debt and save for their future. "It's not about how much money you make it's how you SAVE it"- Mr.CBB

Are tattoos the next advertising phenomenon? : PF Weekly grab a brew #65
by Mr. CBB about 4 years ago
How to keep the grass green on your side of the fence
by Katrina B about 4 years ago