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Living the Best Frugal Life I Can
I will stock up and buy three of anything to keep me from running out too fast. Tonight, they had soap on sale for 99 cents, so I bought 8 bottles. There can never be too much dish soap.
Struggling with my Small Budget
I have been working hard on my credit score. I had bad vision up until yesterday when I got my glasses. I was able to read the fine print on some bills. I went to read the billing statements and found the interest rates horrible.
Shopping with Less Money
Hello again, I would like to share my frugal story. I am living with fibromyalgia so I am in a lot of pain. It took a while to get this done but it is done. I am paying off my credit report for this year. I am living on $780 but my check is paid out.
Tension Rods for Drying Laundry
My mom taught me this awesome tip. I bought two tension rods and put them in the shower. I wash my clothes and just hang them in the shower. It's easy and if you're hand washing it's time saving. You could skip pulling out the hanging rack. You don't even need to iron when they dry.
The Frugal Lady Is At It Again
I have found when a friend or neighbor helps me in some kind way, it's nice to pack up a care bag for two household items. They are often in need of them. I have had wonderful feedback from that. The bags I order free by playing a game, about 50 shopping bags in each.
Frugal Queen in Process
I am frugal and learning every day. I budget every cent I have on pen and paper. When I spend it, I keep my receipt and log in down. I pay a little more on each bill as often as possible.
Begin The New Year with Something You Love
Rewards for Playing Games
Budget Friendly Coffee Shop Flavors
Meat Loaf Patties
Saving Money on Paper Towels
Stream Free Channels
Cut the Card
Cash and Carry at All Costs
Refilling Water Bottles to Save Money
Apply for Free Samples
Keeping a Tidy Home and Your Sanity
Upscale Recycled Containers with Con-Tact Paper
Use Toothpaste for a Clean and Fresh Kitchen Sink
Give Gifts People Need
Making Room to Craft
Frugal Living Ideas
Finding a Swap or Barter Group
Shop the Dollar Tree to Save Money
Uses for a Broken Crock Pot
Buying Used Clothing
Ranch Italian Chicken
Seafood Pasta on a Budget
Stovetop Simmered Potatoes
Tilapia and Rice
Spicy Sweet and Sour Chicken
My Frugal Life
47th Birthday Dinner on a Budget
What Is This Houseplant? (Golden Pothos)
Save Your Loose Change
Save Money with a Costway Mini Washer
Cheddar Baked Mac and Cheese
One Pot Chicken and Pasta
Attach Sink Skirt with Clear Tape
Make Rice with Chicken Broth
Tasty Crock Pot Ribs
Smoked Neck Bones and Pinto Beans
Creamy Italian Turkey Wings
Easy Homemade Chili
Chicken Bacon Surprise
Buttered Pork Chops in Gravy
Shrimp with Rice
Pan Steamed Salmon and Onions
Food for a Home Jewelry Party
Choosing Computer Spreadsheet Software
Tuna Macaroni Salad
Inexpensive Internet Services
Starting a Business Reselling Jewelry
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