If you happen to live within driving distance of the Springfield/Longmeadow, Massachusetts area–and you’d like to come hear me talk in person–then reserve your space for the Financial Pathways workshop on Wednesday, October 19th, at 6:30 p.m. at Bay Path College in Longmeadow. I’ll be giving a seminar that brings the ideas behind this blog […]
I’m curious to find out how the frugal folks that read Suddenly Frugal handle their wireless cell phone accounts. Currently, we have four people on a family plan, with no Smartphones, and I think we’re paying too much. Do you use a family plan? Have you made the transition to Smartphones? If so, what are […]
Amy Buckman from Saving with 6ABC interviewed me recently on beauty rewards programs, based on this Suddenly Frugal blog posting on the same topic. You can watch the video below! (Note: if you received my blog by subscription, you will need to click through on the headline above in order to see the video. Links […]
Thanks to Amy Buckman for featuring Philly on the Cheap on yesterday’s morning newscast, in her Savings with 6ABC segment. If you live in the Philadelphia area and want to learn more about the deals Amy mentioned, here are some links for you to use: Jams at DiBruno Brothers Brandywine River Museum free Sunday admission […]
Heading out to the grocery story this weekend? You may want to check out some of these printable coupons below to help offset the cost of your shopping. (Note: I receive a very small, tiny, actually miniscule commission for including this information on my blog.) Please scroll down or click the “more” button to see […]
Check out this week’s freebies for Freebie Friday! Free Food Barnes & Noble is offering a buy one, get one free coffee deal starting on Friday, November 29th and running through Wednesday, October 3rd. Visit the BN.com site here to print your coupon. Note: You have to be a Barnes & Noble member to get […]
When was the last time you negotiated for a better price on something? Charles Lankau, a business professor and expert in negotiation at Wake Forest University, says in this economy, consumers should be assertive when shopping for just about everything. “Price, terms, perks or extras–most of the time they are there if you just ask,” […]
Just a heads up that tomorrow’s Freebie Friday post will be accompanied by a post on free and low-cost flu shots. I can tell from my blog’s analytics that lots of people are searching for and stopping by to get information on flu shots for 2011. Stay tuned and come back tomorrow–you won’t be disappointed.