Promoting frugality as a way to live a simple and prosperous life.
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.
The Tightwad’s Notebook–Lesson 13: When Money is Tight, Get Creative in the Kitchen
The folks at Oransi, makers of frugal and innovative Robby Wash Ball, noticed all the interest coming from our blog about the product because of a past review on Two Frugal Fairfielders. So they are offering us a Robby Wash Ball to give away to one lucky TFF reader! Enter and win!
The Daily Tightwad Tutor–Lesson #7: Stash Your Dollar Bills
Daily Tightwad Tutor–Lesson #5: Save at least $50 Using Your Own Grocery Bags
The Daily Tightwad Tutor–Lesson 4: Always Check Grocery Discount Bins
The Daily Tightwad Tutor–Lesson #3: Never Throw Out a Leftover
Welcome to The Daily Tightwad Tutor Lesson #2: Dilute Everything!
Try this crazy frugal idea and save a few bucks a month: recycle ice cubes.
If you have an excess of plastic grocery bags, put them to good use before they are banned for good.
Earth Day is Everyday when you strive for zero waste
Save money and become debt-free by taking on the Zero Waste Home Challenge – Fairfield, CT
For all of you tuna lovers–head to CVS for cans of Bumble Bee chunk lite tuna in water (sale starts Sunday/ tomorrow) — .49 cents a can (Walgreen’s has a … Continue reading