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» Thrift and the environment
Do you know how to stretch your dollar to its absolute breaking point? Does the idea of spending money on anything other than what is ABSOLUTELY necessary make you sick to your stomach? Do you love showing off how very little you spend?
Then we want YOU! TLC is currently casting for a second season...
I was thinking about this today. We turn lights off when we leave a room in hopes that we make a differance on our utility bill. We turn down the heat for the same reason. We may attempt to recycle to recoup a little cash or have less to put out on the curb and possibly lessen that bill too. We take...
Those on this thread will enjoy the thread "Rivals the $800 family" as that thread directs us to a website called Handprints on the Wall, and the first two installments of a series now being called Lessons from Butterberry Farm. I personally cannot rival that small an ecological footprint....
I'd like to bring up a topic that was discussed in the first Tightwad Gazette book: how our frugal choices affect the environment. This came into my head this morning as I was hanging up some laundry on the line, and it occurred to me that most of the things I do to save money also benefit the environment...
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