When our family became Suddenly Frugal in 2007, we quickly learned how thrift store shopping could be a great way to buy clothing and other household goods that we needed without blowing our budget. We also learned that when it came to putting cash back in our budget, certain thrift store donating could do just […]
Today’s 365 frugality tips, as part of my Year of Renewed Frugality (or YRF), focuses on why it makes sense to start consigning your clothes. Trust me–you can make some decent money from selling clothing and accessories you’re not longer interested in wearing or keeping. I tell you how.
(Here is the text version of the tips I offered earlier this week on the 10! Show.) The best way to live frugally is to stock up on stuff when it’s one sale. And in March you’ll find deals on lots of things worth buying, if not stocking up on. Here are the five frugal […]
Frugal fatigue seems to be setting in across America, or at least that’s what an expert in a recent Associated Press story “Shoppers Stay Cautious” said. This article, which focused on a slight bounce back of retail sales, seemed to indicate that people were beginning to shop again, much to the relief of retailers. “The […]