I thought it would be fun to request web addresses of great sites for us "Frugalers". If you have some favorite sites please share their web address with us. Sometimes I find myself going to the same sites over and over; new ones would be nice.
Here are some of my favorites:
www.recipegoldmine.com (this site has skin care recipes too)
Marnita from Cumming GA
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I would like to know of some other good and helpful websites that other ThriftyFun readers enjoy. I really like thriftyfun.com. i share it with many people. Some of the sites i enjoy are:
Are there others that readers would like to share?
Thank you in advance. Have a great day
Since I found this site, I really enjoy coming here and enjoy reading the tips and frugal idea's.
Another good one I go to almost daily is; http://www.afullcup.com
Hi Sandy! If you like Focus on the Family's site, I think you'll like this one too....it has lots Christian sites on one page. http://www.onep … .com/ministries/
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I love http://www.askunclephaedrus.com You can ask him different questions and he'll answer them and post them on his page. He is really good with finding that forgotten recipe!!!"
Thank you for posting! The link does not work now but I found it here:
some of my faves are:
http://www.printfree.com - for calendars and kids coloring pages.
http://www.bostonpete.com - excellent radio stations to listen to online.
Some of my favorites are:
http://www.ivillage.com -- great message boards
http://www.about.com -- I swear they have info on everything!
http://www.startsampling.com -- Free samples and coupon deals
http://www.smartsource.com -- coupons from Sunday paper
cheapskatemonthly.com & excite.com
This is where FlyLady started.
Also they have a 24 hr chat room there!
Keeps us SHE's Going all day! ;)
Lehmanslife@lists.lehmans.com is one of my favorites. People write in with questions of all kinds about everything under the sun, and others with experience or pertinent knowledge respond attempting to ameliorate problems and give advice. Some are really helpful to me. Also for coupon users try http://www.thecouponclippers.com.
I like: "The Dollar Stretcher" http://www.thedollarstretcher.com or
Best of Tourbus -- http://tourbus.com/best.html a good friendly computer service/site guide
"Listmail" http://www.refdesk.com a wonderful 'site-of-the-day' site
I have a few like I like to use for reference information. Among them are:
My favorite site is Circle of Friends! It is a lot of fun! they have coupon trading, trains, tons of contests and freebies, chat, diet buddy chat, household tips, beauty tips, swaps, freecycle and yard sale section, you name it! I have met a ton of great people there! Its at http://circleof … munityboardz.com
I love http://www.craftster.org ^_^ It's a great messageboard with hundreds and hundreds of crafty topics, plus swaps and competitions.
i put this website together to make a little extra money, not have to ask people for rides for food shopping......after tryng many at home craftmaking things what is wrong with the site? 3 months--not 1 sale, i'll try to improve on it. its http://www.myamorecoffeeandtea.com over 1000 coffees and teas herb teas flavors cheesecakes chocolate design a greeting card gift basket or cookie things for baby showers, wooden cradles wedding showers and birthdays. thanks for reading gailsir @ verizon.net
I like MY site of course ;) but, I also enjoy:
mugglenet.com for all the harry potter fans.
I like the site www.kitchenmixgifts.com. They have all sorts of recipes for mixes in jars and make your own mixes for laundry, cleaning, foods, seasonings, etc.
the frugal shopper is one of mine
For those crafty people, check out craftbits.com. All the paterns are free. There are all types of patterns, no matter what your expertise is I think you will find something there.
At this wonderful site you post your books for trade. You get one credit for a book you send to someone else. Then, you get to choose a book from the groups list for free!
I have several but here is a 'one for all'!!
I love this site and newsletter !
i really love:
You can't beat the friendly people you'll meet at The Mulberry Patch! It's a tight knit community where you'll find free samples, sweeps, home ideas and recipes, and so much more! Be sure to check them out!
I LOVE http://www.afullcup.com! The people there are so nice and they post such great deals! I have gotten so many free things because of AFC - and not just little samples - full size products and fun stuff. Highly recommend it!
i found a great website if you are interested in health and nutrition. I ordered their vitamins and in just a few weeks feel the positive changes in my energy level and I just feel good overall. the website is www. gettinghealthyonline.com besides the vitamins they have many interesting and helpful health and weight facts. Feeling healthier is just a click away.
After reading this post a couple weeks ago I went to www.Paperbackswap.com
It is wonderful! I have saved over $32 on books and since my husband and I are avid readers I can get a new book whenever I want! They have over 600,000 books listed and if they don't have the book on the list you can be on a wait list for it and the system automatically tells you when you get it. Right now its free to sign up but that may change so get on board now. I have also relieved my shelf of books I have read and no longer have a use for, its great!
I love http://www.lzsaler.com that sell the 7 star mirror image designer bags, which are made from original edition and are the top quality bags in replica market. Every detail of the bags are made correctly. they also come with the corresponding attachments, original receipts, authentic cards and other accessories. All of our replica handbags are made with the original highest quality materials, including genuine oxidizing cowhide leather which will turn honey darker over time. The bags we are selling including Louis Vuitton,Chloe, Chanel, Gucci, Fendi, Christain Dior, Marc Jacobs, Celine,ferragamo Tod's, Hermes, Balenciaga, Versace, Mulberry, Burberry and all designer bags etc
http://www.grandeportal.com Every week they have new things up for the home, and the prices are great.
http://www.giasweddingstore.com They have great personalized items, that I have used as gifts.
here's some of mine ::
i just added a few I saw on this post
Recently, I was introduced to a media swapping site called Swaptree.com. It allows users to trade the media they have for the media they want. Just list the items that you have to trade and the ones that you'd like to receive. Swaptree has a formula that works out two- and even three-way trades. So you don't have to do the matching. They'll tell you what swaps are available.
It's particularly handy for those of us who are always looking for something new. If Junior is bored with that expensive
video game, you can trade it. No need to put it on the closet shelf to collect dust.
The service is completely free, and users only pay for the shipping of their item. That's something that we like!
Swaptree also simplifies the mailing process by allowing users to print a postage label on their regular printer. So no need to weigh items or find the right stamps.
So do like I did and give it a try. You might seriously reduce your entertainment budget. Check it out at www.swaptree.com
Here is a link EVERYONE will find useful no matter what your interest.
Take whatever website you enjoy and find others like it. Enjoy
Try the hillbilly house wife website, I love it, all make your own mixes and also I found that WWW.living on a dime.com was really helpful to. I also recommend the Miserly Moms site as well.
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