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Jess

Jess hails from Sunny Australia and is the youngest of the frugal ladies. She loves shopping for a bargain, reading, watching movies and spends most of her life on the beach

Easy Ways To Save Money and Food

With World Environment Day approaching, it’s an excellent time for us all to rethink how much food we buy (and waste.) Reducing the amount of food we waste will in-turn reduce our negative impact on the environment, and of course save us money in the process. When most people throw food away, they rarely think of the environmental impact this …

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#FrugalSuccess Story – July 22, 2013

#FrugalSuccess Story: Living on $7000 a year This weeks #FrugalSuccess Story comes from Jacob of http://earlyretirementextreme.com. Jacob has chosen to ‘leave the rat race’ and has lived off a mere $7000 a year for at least 10 years (including everything!) He lives in a cheaper area of San Fransisco Bay and believes the amount of money people spend or think …

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Making Money From Your Living Room

Since the 2007 recession, most people have been feeling the strain financially in one way or another. Whether it’s not being able to go on that yearly holiday, or simply having to cut back on shopping, the terrible ‘R’ word has affected us all. If you feel like you are struggling to make ends meet, why not try to make …

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Keeping in Fashion on a Budget

In this age of austerity, it can be difficult to pay the bills let alone worry about keeping in fashion. However to all the fashionistas out there – don’t fret! There are ways to keep in fashion whilst not breaking the bank. Here are a few of my tips for shopping on a budget.   Scour second hand shops. Good …

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Budget Friendly Entertainment Ideas for University Students

Many people say that your ‘university years’ are the best years of your life and I have to agree.  For me, they were filled with all sorts of fun as well as an all-encompassing thrill of having absolutely no idea where my life would take me post graduation. However you don’t have to spend your university years in the typical, …

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Healthy Eating on a Budget

I have always been a big believer in healthy eating – eating foods that fuel your body and give you enough energy to live a happy and healthy life. However most people (including me until recently) are under the impression that in order to eat healthily you need to spend a fortune on grocery shopping. I’m here to tell you …

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Australia On A Budget

Ahh Australia my beautiful home country – there really is no other place quite like it in the world. With no shortage of things to see and do, the opportunities are endless. However most people are afraid to venture out to the ‘Land Down-under’ due to the supposed high cost of living.  Wages are higher in Australia therefore the cost …

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Travelling in Israel on a Budget

This incredible holy land is one of the richest in history and culture in the world. You can find everything you need for a perfect holiday in this tiny country – from visiting Jerusalem, one of the holiest sites in the world to floating in the Dead Sea, and of course, partying in the Tel Aviv, the city with arguably …

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The item every budget savvy girl needs!

Everyone’s been raving about this product lately, and it’s not hard to see why. Am I talking about some new diet pill or new detox? Definitely not! This ‘new’ product is actually not so new and is a gift from mother nature – Coconut Oil! Just wait till you see how many ways you can use this incredible product. Hair …

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