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Frugal Friday Tips: 103 Ways to Make $100 Fast

Frugal Friday Tips: 103 Ways to Make $100 Fast
Written by Oana Schneider

Hello again, money-savers! Amazing how weeks fly by, isn’t it? Well, there are a few hours left until Halloween and, if you haven’t prepared anything for it by now, we suggest that you read 50 Ways to Save Money on Halloween and go from there.

However, you may want to read other articles as well, like these Frugal Friday Tips:

103 Ways to Make $100 Fast – Listen Money Matters

Would you like to make $100 fast? According to Listen Money Matters, there are 100 ways to achieve this goal. You can start by offering to take someone’s place for a day, or by simply selling homemade goods.

But there are many other ideas that take even less time, so please don’t miss this article! Bookmark it, write down every idea that suits you and start making hundreds of dollars! Let us know if it’s really working out for you or not!

Do you ever think about getting insurance, whether it is for your health, your life or your car? This article will explain step by step how to decide which type of insurance to get. You can start with the thing that’s most valuable to you, as a safety precaution.

Then, it’s not a bad idea to ask yourself how much money you can afford to pay for this insurance. After all, insurance can’t prevent bad things from happening, but they can offer compensation in case they do.

Believe it or not, there are around 18 fees that you are currently paying without realizing that you could very well refuse and move on with your life. This article will take you on a tour full of explanations and numbers on these fees and how they apply.

Fortunately, there is also a way to stop paying them without causing any kind of legal damage, so you may want to go and read the whole article!

Who says fall is not a great time for traveling is just oh, so wrong! As you will read in this article, there are 5 travel destinations perfect for fall, your family or group of friends and so on. What makes them so unique?

Well, we can start by mentioning the lovely fall foliage, the crispy cold mornings, the great views and the food opportunities. Sold? Yes, that’s what we thought! Read the article to get your info!

Busy families seem to have one thing in common: their members are always late for work, school and so on when the truth is that this doesn’t have to be the case at all. According to this article, there are 7 really cool things to do in order to save more time in the morning and even a few items that you can purchase to make sure everybody’s on time from now on.

Financial infidelity is not a subject many people talk about. In a relationship, one of the spouses might have a different approach to money than the other. The ladies love to buy shoes and clothes, the guys have a soft spot of memorabilia, sports cars and so on.

But financial infidelity can be rebuilt as long as there is a will. Although old habits die hard, there is a cure for this money-spending mania! All you have to do is read this article and find out!

Living a frugal lifestyle is not an easy task; on the contrary! First of all, it’s a lot of work, because you have to recycle a lot, DIY a lot, hunt for bargains and learn how to be happy with just a few things. But none of these issues is easy to fix, especially when you’ve lived a life of splurging.

So what to do? Teresa suggests that you make lists, first of all. Then, being more organized is a must. As long as you master these 2 key-assets, living a frugal life shouldn’t be that big of a challenge for you!

If you have kids or are a fashionista yourself, you should know that there are a few clothing items that you definitely need to have in your closet. The point is to have a few important things around which to center your outfits, using regular blouses, t-shirts, leggings etc.

If you want to know how to create a minimal seasonal wardrobe, Sarah is your teacher! And here’s the best thing about it: you don’t even have to buy anything because most of these pieces are already in your possession!

28 Last-Minute DIY Halloween Costumes – Popsugar Smart Living

Late to the party? No worries, you’re not the only one! If you had to work until the last minute and couldn’t come up with a decent costume, these ideas are for you!

Fortunately, pretty much anything can be turned into an interesting piece of décor or into a fabulous accessory, so check out this article! There are 28 tips to choose from, for both boys and girls, a few are for pets and a handful is for your little ones, just in case you’re not going to this party alone! Have fun!

Which one of these articles did you like best? Are you excited for this Halloween? How much do you usually spend on this holiday?

About the author

Oana Schneider

Oana Schneider is a published author located in Chicago, Illinois, who currently works for as a communication specialist and blog editor. She writes about lifestyle, family budget, has a degree in Communications and advocates for women’s rights. Her future plans include getting a Labrador and losing a few pounds.


  • I love the early morning time saver article, as this is something that is relevant for me, as I always tend to find that I am rushing around in the morning with too much to do and not enough time in which to do it. So the tips available in the article are certainly very helpful indeed. We could all do with a little bit more time, and this enables us to make the most of every minute in the morning without always feeling as though we have to rush through the day.

  • That’s the list I’m grateful to have read, bookmarked, ponder about and do! I’ve chosen three: 103 Ways to make $100 fast; Blog posts by Teresa Batey “How to Life Frugal Lifestyle” I also read about building a blog site; and 18 Fees to Stop Paying Now by Cheapism.

    A lot of tips from Money Matters “103 Ways…” are funny and “unconventional” but, hey, why not? But I’ll skip the “Guilt” and “Blackmailing” part at a wedding…”You may lose your friends but you your $100 fast.” 🙂 But a lot of them make sense for one like me who values hard-work for money… and fast.

    Thanks for putting them all together. I’ve bookmarked your article and sent links of my 3 choices to my husband. It’s good to have support while I’m working on saving money with the family.:-)

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