Category Archives: Frugal Tips

Protect Your Identity

Last year there were some major problems with identity breaches. hat can you do to protect your identity? The first step is to determine whether or not you were affected.   Here in Vermont we can contact the Consumer Assistance Program, a joint venture between the Vermont Attorney General’s office and the University of Vermont. Read More…

We all want to save money especially on our grocery bill. Seems that food just keeps getting more expensive! Did you know there are a few simple steps you can do to stop wasting food that will also help your grocery bill go down?   Create Meal Plans: Make a weekly meal plan and shop according. Read More…

There is no difference in taste or nutritional value between white and brown eggs. The breed of chicken determines the color of an egg’s shell. Freshness, however does affect taste, so always buy the freshest eggs available. The best option is to find someone selling local eggs nearby. For years we raised our own chickens Read More…

Brown Bag Lunch

Perhaps you’ve entered into the thrifty journey. You’ve mastered being thrifty in the kitchen. Here is the case for a brown bag lunch. When it comes to the weekday lunch rush it’s easy enough to think of your convenient dash to the deli or pizza place as a negligible expense. After all you’re not sitting Read More…

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