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Frugal Living Fridays: October 14th Edition


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Welcome to another edition of Frugal Living Fridays, where we re-cap the money saving tips and frugal living how-to’s we learned throughout the week.

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Frugal Living Fridays: October 14th Edition

  1. 1. Frugal Living Fridays: October 14th EditionWelcome to another edition of Frugal Living Fridays, where we re-cap the money savingtips and frugal living how-to’s we learned throughout the week.In North America, a lot of families have memberships to wholesale clubs like Costco, butdid you know that these wholesale clubs can be beneficial in a way that’s bigger thancheap toilet paper? Some are starting to sell gas too, at prices up to 10 cents cheaper thantheir competitors, per gallon! If you’re a member, take advantage and fill up while youget your club-sized laundry detergent, toilet paper and box of cereal!On Tuesday, our frugal living friendly cleaning how-to was all about learning how toclean your toaster. Keeping the toaster clean and crumb-free is a great way to extend thelife of this kitchen appliance so you don’t have to replace it long before you should needto. It’s easy to clean a toaster but there are some important steps you need to know—check it out at Thrift Culture Now!Wednesday’s food tip talked about why it’s important to regularly check the expirationdates on the foods in your pantry and refrigerator. Anyone who’s serious about frugalliving needs to reduce waste wherever they can, so make this a regular habit and saveyour money.Yes folks, it’s that time of year again: time to do a little routine furnace maintenance. Tomake sure your furnace is operating properly and you’re not paying more than you shouldin energy bills, it’s essential that you clean your furnace’s filter and/or have aprofessional come and do a routine check up on your heating system. A little time andmoney spent now could mean a winter full of savings.Lastly, on Friday we shared some proven natural remedies for psoriasis. This is a rathercommon skin condition but the irritating symptoms associated with this condition can beeasily managed with a few natural remedies. In particular, if you suffer from psoriasisyou should determine whether or not it’s a food allergy that’s causing your flare-ups andeliminate those foods from your diet if it is. Other great home cures are to clean theaffected areas with tea tree oil because it’s a gentle cleanser that will kill the bad bacteriawithout over-drying. Increasing the amount of Omega-3’s in your diet will also helpcontrol your psoriasis.For more great money saving tips, visit Thrift Culture Now and stay tuned for futureeditions of Frugal Living Fridays.