6. Be a Creative Saver

Our grandparents knew how to be frugal and thrifty.

You can squirrel money away into savings by simply changing a few routines.

Swap store-bought cleaning and beauty products for home-made ones.

For example, cook at home with a slow cooker that saves on electricity usage, wear an extra sweater instead of turning up the thermostat on your radiator, and buy more second-hand stuff instead of new.

It all helps to keep the cents and dollars in your bank account.

Living Frugally Can Be Quite Sexy and Romantic!