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Tag: Money Saving
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September 19, 2011 | 12:48 pm
My darling husband, Benni, is a utility hog. He leaves the lights on in the bathroom, the TV on in the living room, and the gas on under the coffeepot. Since we both work at home, this means that I spend my day turning off, switching off and clicking off. I’ve asked hubby many...
September 14, 2011 | 11:55 am
I had an ink stain on a silk cocktail dress. My fancy neighborhood cleaner wanted twenty dollars, with no guarantee that the stain would come out. Since I had only paid two bucks for the dress at a rummage sale, I decided to shop around. I tried another local place, and they...
August 31, 2011 | 8:33 pm
Every primitive tribe has its status symbols. Who owns the most goats? Who wears the most beads? Who has the largest lip plate? In the supposedly advanced culture we inhabit, people strut around proudly displaying their labels. Maybe we’re not as advanced as we think we are:...
July 5, 2011 | 11:50 am
I had a buzzing in my ears, and the doctor gave me a prescription for a nasal spray. When the pharmacist told me it would cost $135, I was one flabbergasted frugalista! This was not a medicine that the doctor guaranteed would cure me. It was more a case of ‘Try this. It might...