Everyone has toyed with the idea of making something from nothing — essentially entrepreneurial alchemy. Our goal at The Frugalpreneur is to help you start something awesome with little money to start with — if you have the drive to learn, the dedication to plug away, and a passion for what you do, you can make money.
Looking around the internet, people are innovating ways to make money by simply utilizing tools that are out there for free or cheap — start blogs, selling on Etsy, recording podcasts, and creating apps. For anyone with the initiative to learn from scratch and build something with simple means, you can find a home here.
Here you will find ways to make money online with little or no money to start with. That’s how the founder of this blog did it — and you can too.
About the Writers
Tae started out as a journalist before following the money into the corporate world. But it turns out that the grass isn’t always greener and now you can find her spending most of her time writing about all the things she loves. Namely, money, travel and business with a hefty dose of self-deprecating humor. She is a podcast fanatic, blogging aficionado and loves to find new ways to turn passions into cold hard cash!
Shatel Huntley has a Bachelor’s degree in Criminal Justice from Georgia State University. In her spare time, she works with special needs adults and travels the world. Her interests include traveling to off the beaten path destinations, shopping, couponing, and saving.
Vicky Monroe is a freelance personal finance and lifestyle writer. When she’s not busy writing about her favorite money saving hacks or tinkering with her budget spreadsheets, she likes to travel, garden, and cook healthy vegetarian meals.
Tamila McDonald has worked as a Financial Advisor for the military for past 13 years. She has taught Personal Financial classes on every subject from credit, to life insurance, as well as all other aspects of financial management. Mrs. McDonald is an AFCPE Accredited Financial Counselor and has helped her clients to meet their short-term and long-term financial goals.
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