Thriftiness: A Lensography
My Lenses on Thriftiness and Saving Money
I am the queen of thrifty living and I have written a number of Squidoo articles, or lenses, about thriftiness. If you are looking for ideas and tips to help you save more money, you will find it here!
In today's economy, when everything is going up except our incomes, it is essential to be as economical as possible in the way we run our households. With so many people being downsized, companies closing, and budget shortfalls, no job seems secure in this day and age. So, it is important that we save as much as possible when we do have an income, to prepare for that unexpected emergency such as a job loss, illness or other catastrophe that could affect our ability to earn money in the future. Many experts recommend having enough money in the bank to survive for six months. In this economy we probably need even more than that!
If you are looking for some helpful suggestions from someone who has been forced to live frugally for a number of years, you will appreciate my articles. I have had to learn some of life's lessons the hard way. Hopefully, I will spare you some of the pain that my family has had to endure when I share our experiences.
Check the Table of Contents below to navigate to a specific topic, or scroll down to browse through all of the thriftiness lenses I have written at Squidoo.
Thriftiness and Food Costs
Thriftiness at the grocery store will only pay off if you buy nutritious food. Focus on the outside aisles.
Thriftiness and Utility Costs
Thriftiness: Heating with wood warms you twice.
Raising Children with Thriftiness
Thriftiness with kids can be a challenge, but will pay off in the long run when children learn the value of money.
Simple Living and Thriftiness
Thriftiness and a simple life make for a wholesome childhood.
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I appreciate your comments and suggestions on this thriftiness lensography. Please let me know what you think! Feel free to share any money saving tips or your experiences with thriftiness.