- Some Thoughts on the Utter Hell of Air Travel – with a particular shout-out to Delta
- Target – No Place for Bananas and a Larger Lesson in Frugal Living
- Why DO so many women support Hillary Clinton? (Part II)
- So why DO so many women support Hillary Clinton?
- Secret “Shame” of the American Middle Class?
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Monthly Archives: August 2012
A question I am sometimes asked, and a question that this blog begs, is the following: What is practical frugal living? How do we define it? And how do we distinguish it from impractical frugality? The operative word is practical, … Continue reading
Sticking with this theme of coupon traps to avoid in the name of frugal living, many people are programmed to use a coupon whenever it enables them to obtain an item super cheap or, better still, free. It’s a knee-jerk … Continue reading
In my last post, I explained a few of the overlooked traps that coupons present to the frugal living challenge. One of the larger problems is that the thrill of coupon savings many times distracts from the real money saving … Continue reading
I know what you’re thinking: Dude, really, what’s to discuss? Coupons are a no-brainer, the cornerstone of a frugal lifestyle. What could possibly be bad about them? Well, as I explained in my initial post, some of my ideas are … Continue reading