There are some really good things happening over on YouTube regarding frugality and living a simpler, cheaper lifestyle. The great thing about YouTube is that since it’s on the internet you don’t need an expensive cable package to see these mini-episodes and you can still get all benefits of learning these great tips! Another great thing about it is that you can access YouTube at the library if you don’t have internet at your house.
1. Frugal TV
This channel specializes in couponing and frugality. I watched a couple of their episodes and learned about catalinas (a couponing term), and rolling (another couponing term). They did an episode in King Soopers too which was kind of neat to see since that’s my grocery store. While I haven’t been too excited about couponing in the past watching these gets me kind of pumped for coupons.
find it here (Thanks to Scott for telling me about this one)
2. Depression Cooking
On this channel 96 year-old Clara teaches Depression Era cooking encouraging us to “Indulge in Frugality”. She is a pro at cooking on a very tight budget.
3. The Debt Diva
The last video is from about a year ago there are some archives that have some good suggestions.
4. The Frugalicious Show
Bitsy and Erin share budget-friendly lifestyle tips from beauty product tips to re-purposing accessories (and other things) while spending the least amount of money.
5. Money Saving Mom
Crystal is currently doing a “31 Weeks To A Better Grocery Budget” series. She’s got some good tips.
Do you have some videos that help you stay out of debt or do know or some good getting out of debt/frugal living/simple living channels on YouTube that aren’t listed? Do you have any other videos that are super funny that I’ve got to see? If so, I’d love to hear about them.
Thanks Anna, These look great. Can't wait to check them out.
I can definitely use some of these. I only cook and shop for me, but it's amazing how much money I waste in my food budget every month.