Promoting frugality as a way to live a simple and prosperous life.
Some noteworthy frugal tidbits from around the Web brought to you by TFF.
The latest census news says that 18% of households in Fairfield County, CT are considered to be in the top 5% of the wealthiest in the country. But, not everyone is part of that 18%/5% crowd. So, if you live here, and you wonder where your money is going, take a look at prices of oil, gas, electricity, property taxes food and cable 20 years ago compared to now. Frugality has always been around, but it’s more important now to find ways to live frugally. You’re not alone in your quest to look for ways to save, reduce and live frugally.
Read an article about TFF in All You Magazine’s February issue!
A beautiful prayer from Marianne Williamson.
After attending a couponing workshop last night, I realized that there are still so many questions people have about how to use a coupon. Here are some questions that were asked last night and here are my answers.
Mambo Sprouts says September is Recycling Month, so why not take the opportunity to talk about Fairfield’s Single Stream Recycling, which began only a little over a year ago. Did you know?
We are lucky enough!
On Sunday, June 10, 12 – 4pm, Sportsplex@Fairfield is hosting a FREE Family Fun Day with the theme of “Family, Healthy Lifestyle and Community.” Support a local business whenever you … Continue reading
Free Events at Whole Foods Market in Fairfield, CT
Get free coupons at coupon class at Fairfield Woods Branch Library coupon class in January!
Aren’t you tired of missing all the really great Children’s Place sales? There’s one going on right now–winter stuff for $2.99 and under (not too bad of a sale). Best … Continue reading
(Back and at it slowly after a week of what may have been the flu…) If you poke around the service desks of any given Stop & Shop, you … Continue reading
A couple of Fairfield moms have decided enough is enough when it comes to buying clothes, so they recently joined The Great American Apparel Diet to take on the challenge … Continue reading
Best Bet: Take advantage of these free items from Stop and Shop! They are good stockpile items.