Here are a couple of tips to save money this Thanksgiving. When you’re chopping celery for your stuffing, save the celery stems and leaves, and use them when making stock with your turkey carcass. They have all the same flavor and are going to be strained out anyway. Also, when you are peeling onions for
If you’re like me, your tomato plants are getting big and gangly. To save money, instead of twine or specialty items from the garden store
The “Learn to be Frugal” Workshop at the Chesapeake Central Library yesterday was a great success. It was a small group, which suited me fine since I’m not comfortable in front of large crowds. The small size of the class also made it possible for a lot of interaction and I learned several great tips.
A few weeks ago, a very good friend of mine held a clothing swap. The last one she held at her house was so successful, that this time she chose to use the parish hall at her church to accommodate the almost 40 people who came. If you’re not familiar with the concept, its a
If someone would have told me a year ago that I would eagerly collect 5 or 10 (or more) of ANY coupon, I would have thought they’d lost their marbles. I just didn’t understand … yet. I’d never experienced the rush we get when we pay only pennies or even NOTHING for something that usually
Yes, I went to Kroger yesterday, too. I spent $4 and some change. Here’s my take:
Well, I figured it was worth a shot and I’m pleased as punch with my two paires of glasses from Zenni Optical Total, INCLUDING SHIPPING, was only $30.85 That was for 2 pairs of single-vision eyeglasses, one with tinting. Shipped from Hong Kong.