Promoting frugality as a way to live a simple and prosperous life.
What do you do when you make an amazing find at Goodwill or any other thrift store? Do you use it or sell it for profit? Here’s how one beautiful item I found is making me crazy enough to write about it: a mint condition vintage Kate Spade purse.
Get your free PDF by Dave Ramsey here. It’s all about budgeting, a no-nonsense guide to get your finances in order in 2013.
The Tightwad’s Notebook–Lesson 13: When Money is Tight, Get Creative in the Kitchen
The Daily Tightwad Tutor–Lesson #8: Discover the “Sample” Feature on Your Kindle
The Daily Tightwad Tutor–Lesson #7: Stash Your Dollar Bills
The Daily Tightwad Tutor–Lesson 4: Always Check Grocery Discount Bins
Introducing a new feature: The Daily Tightwad Tutor. Here’s today’s Lesson #1
Do you turn your nose up at hand-me-down clothing for your kids? If you’re frugal, you probably accept bags of hand-me-downs with wide-open arms. If you’ve never let your kids near a gently-worn item, it’s time to try because it can cut your kids’ back-to-school clothing bill in half.
If you want a night off from cooking your own healthy fare, head to Tightwad Tuesday at Bridgeport’s Blood Root Restaurant for the best recipes you could ever want to sample for an affordable $10 (not to mention the spectacular view of Bridgeport Harbor…).
Watch this video–it’s sure to convince you to use cash for most small purchases once you find out how much money it saves you.
The Connecticut Financial Reality Fair is an essential program teaching teens about the realities of money and how far a buck will go. So far it’s for high school students, but wishing it would reach to Middle Schoolers, too.
Frugal Foodie Kitchen Investments with a Kohl’s 30% off Coupon
What important things did we learn from The Tightwad Gazette? Too many to list, but here are my top 5 life-altering lessons from Amy Dacyczyn’s books.
Earth Day is Everyday when you strive for zero waste