After quite a long delay, Frugal Magazine is finally getting started. We’re still tweaking the website, and we’ve got our Frugal Magazine Facebook page moving along nicely.
Our plan is to combine a few websites that we have into this one website, consolidating things quite a bit. We’ll also be putting out Kindle books on the topic of frugal living, physical books about frugal living, and an actual physical magazine.
Issues will be available thru Magcloud. We’ll post when an issue is available each time. We will be accepting advertising and submissions for the physical magazine, and we will post details about that a little later when we are ready to begin that phase of Frugal Magazine.
With the cost of living getting higher, more and more families need to save money and live on less. The problem is that so many people simply have no idea what to do or how to save money. So many just spend without really thinking, they have no budget, no financial plan etc. We’re here to help.
The one thing to remember about frugal living is that is doesn’t mean living cheap. While some might have to live cheap, frugal living means living within your means – whatever that is for your family. That might mean living on less than $1,000 a month, or it might mean living on a lot more. The point is, not spending or charging like you make $10,000 if you only have $4,000 a month coming in.
Some people equate being a cheapskate or a tightwad with frugal living. It’s not the same thing, even though a person who practices frugal living might be a tighwad or a cheapskate (if life’s circumstances make it that way). Frugal living saves you money, no matter how much you have coming in. And let’s be honest – with the economy so bad, most of us need to live a more frugal life.
Frugal Magazine intends to help people learn to live on less with helpful frugal living tips, frugal articles, frugal recipes, coupons, freebies, and more.