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You can learn a few (free!) lessons by doing a cash-only grocery experiment.
It's important to avoid lifestyle inflation. Frugality helps with that. But most of us strive to build wealth so we don't have to worry about money either.
When life is easy, it is easy to forget how hard it can be for others. Can you experiment to gain a little empathy for your neighbors?
The history is clear: Most actively managed funds underperform similarly invested index funds. But that isn't necessarily proof that people shouldn't invest in individual stocks.
With winter approaching, do you know how to stock your medicine cabinet … for less?
It pays to be frugal. And despite the stereotypes, being frugal doesn't mean being an extreme cheapskate. There are plenty of simple ways to save money that require very little time and effort.