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Lessons in You Get What You Pay For

June 4, 2014
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Lessons in You Get What You Pay For

Recently we were reminded of the phrase you get what you pay for and why price doesn't always matter.

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Go Green This Summer 2014

May 13, 2014
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Go Green This Summer 2014

Today I provide tips on how you can go green this summer 2014, including products that can help you do that. These products include Life is Good coffee, Santa Cruz Organic, and R.W. Knudsen Just Juice.

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Do You Live in the Most Frugal City?

April 11, 2014
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Do You Live in the Most Frugal City?

Do you live in one of America's most frugal cities? Find out who is in the Top 25, based on a survey from Coupons.com, one of my favorite places online to go to get coupons before I go grocery shopping.

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Taking Frugal Living Too Far

June 18, 2013
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Taking Frugal Living Too Far

How would you describe taking frugal living too far? A new CouponCabin.com survey says dumpster diving and extreme couponing fit the bill, along with other extreme frugal living behaviors.

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5 Ways to Make the Most of Kitchen Scraps

June 12, 2013
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5 Ways to Make the Most of Kitchen Scraps

Discover 5 ways you can turn kitchen scraps into gardening gold.

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Food as Free Cleaning Tools

June 8, 2013
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Food as Free Cleaning Tools

Find out how leftover food can become your free cleaning tools. I first heard about one of these tricks from the Rachael Ray Show!

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Stop Puppy Mills

June 4, 2013
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Stop Puppy Mills

Find out about The Humane Society's new campaign to stop puppy mills.

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Frugal Recipes: Mac ‘N Cheese to the Rescue

April 25, 2013
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Frugal Recipes: Mac ‘N Cheese to the Rescue

I am forever trying to come up with frugal recipes when it comes to serving my family dinner. That's why when I heard about this new book Mac 'N Cheese to the Rescue and its author Kristen Kuchar offered to share recipes in a blog post, I jumped at the chance.

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Free Way to Support Schools

April 2, 2013
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Free Way to Support Schools

The Box Tops for Education program is a free way you can support schools. Now there's a new way online shopping can support schools too when you shop at stores ranging from Adobe to Zulily.

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11 Ways You Know You Were Raised By a Frugal Parent

August 22, 2012
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Recently, the Wisebread blog had a post called “30 Signs That You Were Raised By Frugal Parents.” While I read that post and found myself nodding my head in agreement with many of the “signs,” after I was done reading, I thought, “Hey, there’s more!” So I came up with 11 more ways that you know you were raised by a frugal parent. You purchased dinnerware, cutlery, pots and pans through frequent buyer points at the supermarket. You had to save every label and UPC code for refunding. You had at least one article of clothing in your closet,...

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