Festival of Frugality

Festival of Frugality

Hello and welcome to the 304th edition of the Festival of Frugality! I am happy to be hosting this week and I hope you enjoy this edition’s entries as much as I did.

I hope you had a fun and safe Halloween. After years of not paying much attention to the holiday, Halloween quickly became a favorite again after having kids. My kids went as a witch and a bumblebee this year. Too much cuteness! I’m not biased at all. I was going to share a picture here but my computer and camera are having another fight, so I can’t. Instead, I’ll share them from last year as a kitty and a puppy :)

This week’s editor’s picks are as follows:

I know, lots of editors picks. Hate me.

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And now, the rest of the links!

Frugal Tips for Around The House

Saving Money

Making Extra Cash

Budgeting

Thanks for visiting this edition of the Festival of Frugality – thank you to all who submitted links!

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  1. They look so, so cute! When my brother was the puppy’s age, he refused to dress up, but still wanted to go trick or treating. We eventually stuck a cowboy hat on him, but when people would ask him what he was for Halloween, he’d say, “I dunno. I’m just Joe.”

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