Promoting frugality as a way to live a simple and prosperous life.
Dress for Less reaches #14 in Business/Budgeting category during free promotion. Thank you everyone!
I was reminded of how to take frugal living to a higher and more elegant level by reading Lessons from Madame Chic: 20 Stylish Secrets I Learned While Living in Paris. This book is full of frugal gems.
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.
Here’s a new-ish place to swap and sell gently used items — Swap.com. Get your free shipping code here.
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.
Sell and buy slightly used clothes online — check out a new site called Twice.
My daughter found a bunch of great quality clothing at Goodwill in Westport, CT for the price she’d pay for one item at a clothing store.
The new Robby Wash Ball can be a budget-friendly alternative to traditional laundry products. Here’s a review of how it works.
Guest Frugal Fairfielder Blogger, and The Great American Apparel Diet Blogger, Cathy Curley, shares a great frugal find for free children’s clothing! It’s an offshoot of ThredUp for adults. Now, they … Continue reading
JC Penney in the Trumbull Mall (and elsewhere) is having an unbelievable children’s clothing sale! We are not kidding! Go to the children’s department where you will find tops … Continue reading