Promoting frugality as a way to live a simple and prosperous life.
Upcoming freebie coupons from the Connecticut Post print version.
Learn to garden for free at Fairfield Woods Library event.
Studies just out this morning say we have changed our shopping habits for good. Are we ready to stay frugal for the long run?
Read a funny, but true post on how affluent Fairfield County had to “rough it” during and after the big storm.
Free event in Fairfield includes speakers who will talk about how to cook healthy foods.
If you saw and appreciated Naked Chef Jamie Oliver’s reality show sneek peek last night on ABC, called Food Revolution (read the Washington Post’s review for a witty, realistic, and well-written review), you’ll be happy to know there’s a free healthy food Expo on Saturday, March 27th right in our own backyard.
Read the controversial WSJ article on couponers.
There’s nothing much left at Shaw’s except a lot of toilet cleaners!
You need to know what to do to prepare for your free energy audit, and, what to expect from the auditors.
Two Frugal Fairfielders have had their free energy audits, compliments of U.I. Was it worth it? We want to hear from you about your audit experiences, too.
The official circular came in the mail for the Shaw’s clearance sale. The circular says “up to 50% off sale on selected items while supplies last.” Doesn’t sound that promising, … Continue reading
A restaurant-style side dish for left-over cabbage. Super easy, quick, delicious.
We wanted to share these words of wisdom with all of our frugal followers: From Oprah Magazine, March 2010: To live content with small means; to seek elegance rather than … Continue reading