Promoting frugality as a way to live a simple and prosperous life.
Celebrate freedom from excessive added sugar.
Frugal Parenting: The Financial Benefits of Breastfeeding
Celebrate the first-ever Food Revolution Day, May 19, 2012! Whether you are a beginner, intermediate or advanced home cook, participate in this Day of Action by making a home-cooked … Continue reading
This is a follow-up to my last post – It never ceases to amaze me how Big Corporations think they can get away with pulling the wool over the consumer’s … Continue reading
Why shoppers in the U.S. should care about GMOs in their food
Hope for a future of responsible citizens: Frugality among the Millennial Generation
Half-off sale at Westport Goodwill pays off
Investing in fresh, organic food is frugal and sustainable.
Investing in fresh, organic food is investing in your long-term healthcare. What is your health worth?
Back to basics, lessons from our great-grandparents
Our grandmothers would be proud that we use clotheslines. Frugal and Green: Consider the Comeback of the Clothesline
An article in The Washington Post takes a look at how child care makes Americans emotionally and financially stressed.
Why do kids equate frugality with being poor? The book “The Millionaire Next Door” should be required reading for everyone.
Sesame Street and Moonjar aim to teach little kids about money. Could this be the first step in a new and necessary curriculum for every grade?
More responses to the issue of frugal fatigue.
Instead of sounding like my frugal myself, I sound like a whining suburbanite who’s upset that I can’t afford a thousand dollar sofa. That couldn’t be further from the truth.
The original message of my article was to state that although I’m frugal, and sometimes it can be frustrating, in the end, frugality is well-worth the effort!