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Thursday, April 30, 2009

My readers give back...

Hello readers!!!!

I normally post a good deal or freebie as they come to me, however sometimes that is random and I wonder if it gets old. So today I want you to TELL ME a few things.. or just one... whatever you feel like.

1. What is your best money savings tip?
2. What is the item you have gotten for the BEST deal that just sticks in your mind?
3. How do you balance being GREEN and being FRUGAL?
4. what else should be talk about on this blog? personal stuff, just money savings tips, coupons and deals???

I would love some freeback and to hear what you have to say! I LOVE THE COMMENT LOVE!!!

Now it's only fair if I answer the same questions so here goes:

1. What is your best money savings tip? Don't use a coupon just because you have it, use it while the item is already on sale, and make sure it's an item you need or will use before it expires.
2. What is the item you have gotten for the BEST deal that just sticks in your mind? When I got PAMPERS DAIPERS for $2.00 a pack
3. How do you balance being
GREEN and being FRUGAL? I use my reusable sacks when I go shopping, but I haven't purchased any, just get the freebies, I reuse the plastic sacks I do bring home from the store for garbage bags for those little garbages, I make and use my own home cleaners, & I use a plastic refillable bottle for water instead of buying bottled water.
4. what else should be talk about on this blog? personal stuff, just money savings tips, coupons and deals???
NA

OK, YOUR TURN

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3 Comments:

Brandy said...

1. Stockpile. Buy the items you use the most at the lowest price. A good way to track this is the keep a price book.

2. My black Friday purchase from CVS - over $200 for .72! That included a waffle maker AND a crockpot. Besides that, it would be free Steamfresh veggies @ Kroger, or the 13 rolls of Reynold wrap that Wags paid me .11/each to "buy".

3. I've been using my reusuable bags that I got free. I donate anything I cannot use and only print coupons I know I will use.

4. Both! I think it's always nicer when you mix it up a little. That way we hear about the good deals but also get to know you a little.

Josie said...

1. Look around the house and see what your REALLY need and what isn't a huge deal- like paper towels, water bottles, cans of soda....
2. What is the item you have gotten for the BEST deal that just sticks in your mind? Laundry soap for $2 a bottle!
3. How do you balance being GREEN and being FRUGAL? Well i am sure your personally dont nead to hear, but cloth diapers, unpaper towels, huge water bottle to fill with tap water, handmade cleaner, homemade laundry soap and make a lot of the stuff we use each day.
4. what else should be talk about on this blog? personal stuff, just money savings tips, coupons and deals??? Just blog more often! lol :)

Your Frugal Friend, Niki said...

1. Prepare, prepare, prepare! Most of people's extra expenses are because of last minute or unexpected purchases.

2. The best deals are free! I tend to get 15-20 different magazine subscriptions a year delivered to my house completely free. I love to read.

3. I think a lot of times frugal and green go hand in hand. People nowadays are very wasteful. They take things for granted. When we waste resources we also waste money.

4. I would love to see videos.