Christmas is Calling – Better Save up!

by Justin Weinger on December 20, 2012

ShareTweet Well, it’s that time of the year and I am so excited to be celebrating Christmas with my family and friends after a long time, and I am sure that most of you guys must also be pretty damn excited about the festivities that are about to follow. After all, we wait all year […]



Four Steps to Becoming Financially Successful

by Justin Weinger on December 2, 2011

ShareTweet As you’ve gathered by reading many of the posts here on Saving Without a Budget, I really don’t think it’s all that complicated for anyone to become “financially successful.”  It just takes a little bit of basic knowledge regarding personal finance and a whole lot of will power. Note: financially successful doesn’t necessarily mean […]


Aspire to be a Minimalist

by Justin Weinger on November 17, 2011

ShareTweet A while back, I wrote about how my wife and I spent the better part of a weekend doing a deep clean of our home. We went through every room in the house and ended up donating or trashing old clothes, dishes, cooking utensils, DVDs, useless papers, you name it. And, as I stated […]


Living a Frugal Life Isn’t the Same as Self Deprivation

by Justin Weinger on September 7, 2011

ShareTweet All too often I hear people complain about how hard it is to begin living frugally because they think they are going to have to live this terrible life in the World of No, meaning any impulse they have to spend money on something they’d like automatically must be shot down with a resounding […]