Frugal Living Fridays—October 7th Edition

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Frugal living is easy when there’s new ways to save everywhere you look! you’ve got to start thinking in terms of dollars and cents, or rather how you can save dollars and cents, when doing just about any aspect of your daily routine. http://www.thriftculturenow.com

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Frugal Living Fridays—October 7th Edition

  1. 1. Frugal Living Fridays—October 7th EditionFor frugal living to truly be successful, you’ve got to start thinking in terms of dollars andcents, or rather how you can save dollars and cents, when doing just about any aspect ofyour daily routine. This isn’t to say that you have to scrimp and save and go without it,it’s just about tweaking the way you do things so that you optimize your money savingpotential. Take this week’s tips, for example:On Monday, we told hybrid drivers that they can maximize their car’s savings potentialby leaving more space between their car and the one in front of them and, therefore,never having to slam on the brakes. Quite simply, when hybrids’ brakes are engagedquickly, energy is lost.On Tuesday, we talked about how washing your pillows by following the careinstructions on the tag is a great way to ensure you don’t have to replace your pillows foryears to come.Wednesdays, as always, are about food and how one can save on food and this week wetalked about working one or two ‘no buy’ days into your weekly meal plans. What thismeans is planning one or two day’s worth of meals using ingredients that are already inyour pantry or freezer, meaning you won’t have to buy any new foods for those meals.Did you know that the permanent press cycle on your washing machine uses an extra 5gallons of water? Avoid this cycle setting and save water with ease!And, lastly, Friday we shared some new natural remedies for corns and calluses. All youneed to do is mix together 1 teaspoon of lemon juice, 1 teaspoon of chamomile and onecrushed clove of garlic. Apply to the corn or callus and leave as long as possible. Repeatthis once a day until the corn or callus fall off.See?! Frugal living is easy when there’s new ways to save everywhere you look!This article is distributed by Thrift Culture Now. http://www.thriftculturenow.com

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