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Ronnie E.

Ronnie is the frugal Latina of the group. Hailing from the beautiful Andes Mountains in Bolivia, she lives and breathes frugality. She loves to figure out how to spend less money and takes on the challenge of finding great deals and cheaper options every day.

5 Reasons why “Extreme Cheapstakes” is Completely Fake

Have you ever watched the TLC show “Extreme Cheapskates?” If you haven’t, let me introduce you to the reality show craziness… it’s a show about people who are obsessively cheap in their lives. They will go to crazy levels to save a dollar, even if it means disturbing family or guests, or living a low quality of life. I was …

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RRSP Meltdown Strategies – How It Can Put Your Retirement at Stake

According to fundamentals of macro economics, one’s earning has two parts – expenditure and savings. The amount of one’s savings is equal to his investment (Here we assume, the person behaves rationally and does not keep his savings in a hidden coffer at home instead of investing). In this article, we will talk about a different aspect of investment strategy. …

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5 Must-Try Activities on Your Croatian Backpacking Tour

Looking for a fun and affordable backpacking option in Europe? Croatia could be the perfect fit! Check out 5 interesting & fun activities you can't miss.

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5 Ways to Cut the Costs While Travelling

Looking to save money on your next trip? So are we! Here are five ways to cut your costs while still enjoying the food, activities and parties.

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5 High Profile Female Traders

Women in finance

Who are your top women in ‪‎finance‬? These are our picks for top 5 female traders & investors, inspiring us on the daily!

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5 Easy Ways to Save at the Gas Pump

As the cost of living rises, our pockets empty. One of the main culprits is our car – a constant guzzler of money as we cover fix-ups, insurance, and of course the never ending fill up at the gas station! With gas prices constantly on the rise, people are opting for public transportation, carpooling, bicycling, switching cars and any other …

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#UnprotectedText? No more With Gazelle! (+ Win an iPhone or iPad)

**This post contains affiliate links and I will be compensated if you make a purchase after clicking on my links.  Be honest. Have you ever used a phone with a cracked screen? If so, you’ve engaged in unprotected text, a very risky activity. But all is not lost. As a part of their Stop the Spread of #unprotectedtext campaign,Gazelle is …

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Casual Dating vs Long Term Dating: Which is the Frugal Option?

I’ve been on both sides of the relationship game – at times, I dated very casually and almost indifferently, just trying to have fun and enjoy single life. Other times, I was in long term relationships, more serious and committed. But the financial reality doesn’t change either way: dating is EXPENSIVE. Being my frugal self, I always wondered: which type …

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Should I Invest In Gold?

Almost a year ago, we posted an analysis of the Bitcoin phenomenon from the perspective of a potential investor. The article, which was called Should I Invest In Bitcoins?, pointed out that one of the perks to Bitcoins is that they can be looked at in a relatively simple manner: what are they worth and is the value trending up …

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5 Tips to Help you Save on Garden Decoration

Garden decoration isn’t known for having the most affordable costs or long-life durability. However, being frugal ladies, we know that there are great ways to save money on garden decoration and furniture. There’s no need to go broke to have a beautiful garden – it’s all about being creative with your budget and putting some extra love into saving! Let’s …

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