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Display Name: prettymuchadork77
Member Since: 6/6/14

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#5: Completely agree, redcloverstar.
I hadn't given much thought to Goodwill/thrift stores until a friend introduced me this past year, and now I'm hooked. Not only have I saved so much money actually finding nice work clothes and home/kitchen goods at a fraction of the cost from stores (even on sale), but it totally satisfies that craving for 'newness.'
Also, I am one of those people who researches a lot online before buying anything, especially big purchases. The few times I have come close to buying on impulse, but slept on it, the 'need' totally subsided the next day. Many times I even found other places where it was sold for less.


How To Cut Down on Impulse Purchases, Save Money, and Buy Things You Really Like
7/22/14 12:42 PM

I have used Shout extensively for these occasions, and it always works, but it's nice to know this alternative. Makes complete sense.


How To Remove Grease Stains Cleaning Lessons from The Kitchn
7/9/14 11:33 AM

Some of my favorites:
Tea Tree Tingle body wash
La Finca Malbec and Temperanillo
Frozen green beans
Salsa Verde and Roasted Garlic Salsa
General Tso's sauce (bottle)
Enchilada sauce (bottle)


17 Favorite Trader Joe's Products That Our Readers Love The Kitchn Goes Grocery Shopping
7/8/14 03:53 PM

100% agree.
As an Architect, I cannot express efficient sliding doors are. This post is a great example of the many types one can use, for many purposes. What a great space-saving and artistic way to enclose spaces.


For Your Inspiration Board: Indoor Sliding Doors
6/6/14 02:36 PM

As a cost-cutting method during grad school in Milwaukee, I knew I had to ditch cable, which I only really used for sports. And I can't say I entirely miss that even. I know people don't want to be the one who misses a show or a game for cooler talk, but I haven't found that I'm missing out on much.
Like most of the responses here, I have internet which which just ended it's $30/mo. promo for one year and now pay $45. Netflix, Amazon Prime and a borrowed HBOgo account and it's really all I need. There are some good sites that keep me up to date on current tv shows or stream live sports, which I will not utter here....


Tell Us: How Do You Save Money on TV & Internet
6/6/14 02:30 PM