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What financial habit do you want to quit?
This week, we're talking about stopping, quitting ... throwing in the towel.
The recession changed how we shop
Retailers must deal with frugal customers who grab deals and dash.
My Money Story: Frugality and cheese
Listener Amelia Rosenman tells her story of inheriting frugality and eating cheese
A 21st century Thoreau on living debt-free
Ken Ilgunas spent two years obsessively paying off the $32,000 he owed on his student loans. And when he decided to go back to school for a graduate degree, he figured out a way to come out the other side debt-free.
Germans and their frugal, saving ways
Many European economies are begging for Germany to share its wealth with them. Where did the German culture of frugality come from?
Lessons from the Great Depression, one meal at a time
At nearly 100, YouTube phenomenon Clara Cannucciari has been inspiring viewers with her "poor man's meals."
To a daughter who made her mom proud
A proud mom nominates her daughter, who weathered a year of unemployment, for this week’s Piggy Award.
Frugal state of mind
Wisebread.com's Meg Favreau makes the argument that frugal living is about prioritizing your passions.
Piggy for the uber-frugal
Kris Keller gets the Marketplace Piggy Award for making sacrifices to stay on budget.
The frugal gardener
Meg Favreau of Wisebread.com on what to plant if you don't have endless supplies of cash to grow yourself a salad this spring.