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Frugal Friday Tips: The 5 Best Money Podcasts

Frugal Friday Tips: The 5 Best Money Podcasts
Written by Oana Schneider

Hello, money-savers! We are getting so close to the Halloween we can hardly believe how fast time flew by! If you haven’t planned your holiday season by now, need some financial advice or just a few tips on where to find affordable work clothes, you’ve come to the right place.

We’ll talk about all this and more in our countdown of this week’s most important reads, so don’t miss out on our frugal Friday tips!

Podcasts are really big these days with more and more fans than ever and, if you think about it, it makes perfect sense. You can listen to your favorite podcast whenever you want, whether you are at the office, at home or simply driving home after picking up the kids from school.

If you need your eyes to focus on something else and can’t really read an article on a money-saving topic, you can listen to a podcast. Wisebread comprised a list of 5 great money podcast you might enjoy. Are you currently listening to any of them?

Celebrating Halloween can be the easiest and most affordable thing in the world as long as you get a little creative. Everything can be downsized or DIY-ed, from those scary-looking cookies to your costume and home decorations.

If you are running out of ideas as to what you could create at home, PopSugar Smart Living has 31 ideas to guide you through planning even the greatest of parties! All you need to know in terms of affordable candy, apparel and deals is right here, in this article, so don’t miss it!

This article depicts the portrait of someone who overcame their fear of money and decided to start their own business. This is a very interesting read because it shows the real struggles of someone who leaves the comfort of a 9-to-5 job for the stress, anxiety and challenges of a small personal business.

You will learn how to invest your money, how to pick your collaborators and how to really be realistic about your achievements. Not all startups become successful in time, but those who do are true examples of ambition and creativity!

This is a very interesting topic given the fact that we’re not far from a potential holiday raise. Are you planning on buying something with that money or just put them in a safe place? This article will guide you through the dos and don’ts of each of these options.

Ultimately, it’s up to you to manage all your money, but this article has a point: a raise may look and feel like a present, but this doesn’t mean you can’t enjoy it at a much better time, financially speaking!

If you have a purring four-legged friend at home, spending time on mice and other toys can be truly expensive on the long run, which is why this article from Cheapism fitted our thoughts like a glove. First of all, there are a few items in your home that can be turned into great toys for your cat and you don’t even know it yet.

For example, if you have some yarn and a small rubber ball (or a yarn ball, for that matter), you can hang it up and let your pet play with it! Also, any other piece of fabric, rubber or even plastic bottle can be used to create an ingenious toy (as long as you can deal with the noise made by some of these items, of course!). Check out this article and see if you can create something today!

If you’ve already filled your pantry to the brim in October, it’s time to do the same thing in November. With Thanksgiving coming up, some of the prices will go up, while others will decrease, which is a great news for money-savers like us.

First of all, you may want to look for Halloween supplies right after Halloween passes in order to buy cheap all you need for next year’s party. Second, don’t miss a few other pantry items, like dry beans and all-purpose flour. But you’ll find out more by reading Sara’s article!

For those of you in need of a job, this article could mean the world! And the good news is that The Penny Hoarder comprised a list of 6 companies that hire remote workers on a regular basis, which means that you don’t ever have to leave your home to go to the office.

Read this article if you need a second job,  you are a stay-at-home mom looking for an extra income or a student who also has to go to class and study! The pay is not bad either, so why not give it a chance?

Believe it or not, homemade pizzas are a lot healthier than store-bought pizzas because you make sure to use the best ingredients and not scraps. As long as you use fresh bell pepper, homemade ketchup, cottage cheese and other fresh ingredients, your pizza will be just as healthy as any salad and bagel, but a lot tastier!

If you have kids at home, this article is for you! Here are 10 recipes you can try together and then enjoy together playing board games or watching a movie!

No Zero Day – Listen Money Matters

What is a “No Zero Day”? A No Zero Day is a day where you have accomplished at least one thing, so no more procrastination, no more laziness, no more funny quotes to motivate your lack of motivation! Basically, this is an article that shows you how to get motivated and…well, not waste your life away.

If you have to clean the home, but you’ve only managed to clean the kitchen today, that’s still something! Start small and speed up as you go along! After all, Rome wasn’t built in a day!

If you think women have a really easy time finding work clothes, not the same can be said about men. It’s really difficult to find something that looks decent, reflects the employer’s identity and doesn’t cost you a ton of money! This article will show you just where to find good, decent and budget-friendly! Believe it or not, there are a lot of people losing their jobs because of the way they dress at work, so you may want to read this article!

How was your week, guys? What are your plans for this weekend? Are you currently following any of these blogs?

About the author

Oana Schneider

Oana Schneider is a published author located in Chicago, Illinois, who currently works for DontPayFull.com 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.

1 Comment

  • I enjoyed the article about toys to make for your cat, because this is something that I am trying to do at the moment. I don’t have very much money to spare, but at the same time I know that I don’t want my cats to have to go without, so I think that I will definitely be spending some time making some toys for them that they can enjoy. I will try and get some photographs of the toys when they’re done, as I’m sure that people here would love to see them!

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