A frequent-flier ticket and 1-cent snacks make for cheap traveling.
Do it right or pay the price.
'Pay what you can' shows are a boost to the entertainment budget.
I don't expect a dollar to fund my dream. But I won't sweat an occasional greenback spent on the weekly drawing.
One reader's easy, effective tip for avoiding excess expenditures.
When does healthy financial caution become pecuniary paranoia?
On a tight budget? You can probably still give. I am, and I did.
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