We’ve written about Amy Dacyczyn and The Tightwad Gazette before because we can’t stop being so inspired by her! If you didn’t catch our post on the Tightwad Refrigerator, read it here!
Here’s more about how the Mother of Frugality has inspired me: Continue reading “10 Ways Amy Dacyczyn’s Tightwad Gazette Inspired Me—Marilyn’s Take”
Hummus + veggies and/or whole-grain snacks = High fiber intake
I’ve been making homemade hummus from this recipe since March 2007, when food.com was recipezaar.com. Continue reading “Make-Your-Own Hummus: A Delicious, Frugal Gateway to Eating More Fiber – Especially If You Have Teenagers”
During week 2 of The UN Climate Conference in Paris, I chose to write about 7 Frugal and Sustainable ways to reduce waste to coincide with the last 7 full days of the conference: How to Build Habits of Recycling, Benefits of a reusable mug, How to Create a Zero Waste Closet, Zero Waste Lunch Box, Zero Waste Kitchen, Zero Waste Bathroom, and Incentives for Using Alternatives to Plastic Shopping Bags .
While I still have the goal of making my own toothpaste that everyone in my family will like, here is a DIY Bathroom Foaming Hand Soap recipe that moisturizes and smells great: Continue reading “DIY Foaming Hand Soap: Frugal Fairfielder Edition”
It’s always fun to go grocery shopping to:
a) see what great deals are out there
b) to talk to people who are surprised about all the great deals out there. Continue reading “Read the Store’s Sales Circular to Shop Coupon-Free”
In one week, I must have had three people apologize to me for not couponing the “correct” way. Listen up:
1. There’s no “correct” way to coupon.
2. It takes time to figure out how to coupon the correct way for your lifestyle.
3. I am far from perfect when using coupons. Continue reading “If You Don’t See a Payoff with Coupons, You Won’t Use Them. So, Stop Beating Yourself Up!”
All You Magazine did a nice piece on TFF! Click on link below or on the image to take you to printable PDF of the article.
All You Magazine Feb. 2013 TFF article