One of our favourite things to do together is cook. We love making food together and Sam has recently decided to start meal planning. This has been a huge money saver for us in a couple of different ways: First, we always know what we're having and the nights of this conversation are gone: Sam: … Continue reading Frugal Friday: Always Make Extra
One thing some of you may or may not know is that every time you use your credit card in another country or spend in another currency online, your credit card issuer or bank charges you an additional 2.5% for doing the exchange from whatever currency you paid in to your home currency. For example, … Continue reading Frugal Friday: Foreign Transaction Fees
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As you know, we are going local with our kids clothing as we transition ourselves to more locally sourced and ethically made clothing for our family. As you also know, that transition can be very expensive. We are frugal people, hence the Frugal Friday segment on the blog. We don't like paying full price for anything if … Continue reading Frugal Friday: Warehouse Sales
How we saved big on our cell phone plans this week!
This Frugal Friday post is a little different, it's more about how we make ourselves a little bit of money. I've mentioned these buy & sell groups on Facebook before - particularly when looking to save money buying locally made kids clothes. However, they are also a great resource to use when you've cleaned out … Continue reading Frugal Friday: Facebook Buy & Sell
Make your own pasta sauce at home to save a few bucks, and it tastes better.