Life is expensive and learning how to live cheap doesn’t get any better. Actually, it gets more and more expensive every single year.

Here’s a good example:

Buy a bottled water at the store and you’ll easily pay $2.50. That’s $2.50 for just water.

But life shouldn’t always be expensive. It shouldn’t be at all.

Over the past couple of years, I’ve researched and have adopted some strategies to live cheap and still live rich. These are what I’ve found and they’re here in this post:

how one made $615.56 in 10 days by putting in a few minutes every day
how this meal plan brought down our food budget to $150/mo for a family of 6
or how switching to another bank makes me $1,800/year without me working hard for it
This post details the things my family has done to live like rich without going overboard.

How To Live Cheap: 20 Ways To Save Money
Here are some things I do that show and speak of frugality (i.e., live cheap).

Please take a note that this is an ongoing list. Come back from time to time to check for new information.

Note: When I refer “I” in this post, I mostly mean “my wife and me”.


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