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”
Anyone who has followed TFF knows
Amy Dacyczyn’s work has had a huge influence on my life. I am honored to share some of her wisdom in this post. One of my absolute favorite (and obscure) quotes of Amy’s is this, and I’ll explain why below: Continue reading “Money Quote for Monday: Amy Dacyczyn on Why She Chose to Live a Frugal Life”
The Tightwad’s Notebook–Lesson 13: When Money is Tight, Get Creative in the Kitchen
Soup is a great item to make during those lean times. Use tomato sauce as your base and just find anything else you have in your freezer, mix together, and you have a unique, homemade dinner.
This is a basic lesson I learned years and years ago from
The Tightwad Gazette. It was one of author Amy Dacyczyn’s basic tenets in her life. Instead of getting anxious when your bank account is lean, get creative. Continue reading “The Tightwad’s Notebook–Lesson 13: When Money is Tight, Get Creative in the Kitchen”
The bible of the frugal movement.
I just wanted to share a wonderful and new interview with Amy Dacyczyn (author of
trio of books) that I just found on the Internet under a blog called The Tightwad Gazette Savvy Housekeeping. I just adore Amy and am still a huge fan.
Here is the link: