FrugalWorld

Here you'll find hundreds of money saving tips in a variety of areas.

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Here you'll find hundreds of money saving tips in a variety of areas. To find information to help you lead a more frugal life, browse through one of our categories along the left-hand side of the page, or look below for the most recent additions to the site. If you're looking for something specific, try our search box (to the right).

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Home-Based Methods to Tackle Common Garden Pests
Home Remedies for 10 Summertime Ailments
Organic vs. Non-Organic Produce: When to Buy Each
45 Ways to Save at the Gas Pump
Coupons 101: Intro to Couponing
Saving Money While Staying Cool

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Pet Freebies Online

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Looking for sources for pet freebies online? There are a number of sites online you can try. (more…)

Avoid Plastic Book Covers

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Save money and encourage creativity. (more…)

The Proper Way To Cover TV’s and Monitors

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To keep dust at bay, avoid the expensive plastic covers and try this. (more…)

flOw

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FlOw is a game about piloting an aquatic organism through a surreal biosphere where players consume other organisms, evolve, and advance their organisms to the abyss. (more…)

Coupon Tips

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Get the most from your coupons. (more…)

Fresh Vs. Powdered Milk

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When best to use powdered milk to save money. (more…)

Italian Escarole Recipe

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It doesn’t get much easier, or tastier, than this simple “peasant” recipe for Italian Escarole (escarole is a less-bitter member of the endive family). (more…)

Try Making Your Own Flavored Vinegars

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We do this every year with herbs from our garden, and they are always very appreciated. (more…)

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