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Frugal Living Fridays: January 13th Edition

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It may be a Friday the 13th, but the money saving tips we discussed this week will bring you nothing but good luck when it comes to lowering your monthly bills. http://www.thriftculturenow.com

 

Have Greater Control over Household Food Cost (1)

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I’ve been a cook and then a chef for about 17 years. I’ve had the
very good fortune of being taught from a young age how to prepare
exquisite, tasty meals. Largely everyone in my family is a good
cook; some very, very good, and some better than others.
Following those early teachers – my family – were a series of
foreign and domestic, highly trained and extremely talented,
world-class chefs. No one you have seen on the Food Network’s
cooking classes , and no one widely known to the masses like
Gordon Ramsay or Jamie Oliver, but most certainly extraordinary
cooks by any measure. I think I’m qualified to teach you many
skills and techniques which can be put into action immediately.
You will have to take my word for it, for now.

 

The War on Rising Food Prices: a Pre-Emptive Strike – learn to cook

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Whenever I hear some pin-headed newsperson or criminally insane Washington kleptocrat call out a war cry against a noun, like the war on illiteracy or the war on drugs, I chuckle a bit at their foolishness with regards to word choice.
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Frugal Living Fridays: October 14th Edition

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Welcome to another edition of Frugal Living Fridays, where we re-cap the money saving tips and frugal living how-to’s we learned throughout the week. http://www.thriftculturenow.com

 

Inflation Hedge Super Duo: Precious Metals and Practical Skills

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Food prices are on the rise along with all commodities. The reason is simple, natural resources are finite and the currency pigs in government and central banking, like Ben Bernanke, can print money ad infinitum. Simple.

 

Frugal Living Fridays: The First Week of August

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The wonderful thing about frugal living is that you can find and learn new ways to save money virtually every single day, your whole lifelong. http://www.thriftculturenow.com

 

Frugal Living Fridays: October 14th Edition

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Welcome to another edition of Frugal Living Fridays, where we re-cap the money saving tips and frugal living how-to’s we learned throughout the week. http://www.thriftculturenow.com

 

Thrifty Cooking for Frugal living

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Practical Skills for Frugal Living

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Your Most Valuable and Portable Asset is Your Skill Set. Or, Have You Been Deskilled?
“Who has a trade may go anywhere” ~Spanish Proverb
Are you as skilled as your Grandparents?
How do you define skills? What skills are practical skills and thus important—wealthcreating
skills? Is there a shortage of people with practical skills? Meaning, are most
people just not that useful? Are you skilled and useful? If you had to pick up and move,
would your skills create value and earn you a living anywhere?

 

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Remember cayenne’s natural blod-clotting abilities not just when there’s a nosebleed but whenever you need to stop bleeding from any source. http://thriftculturenow.com/

 

Frugal Living Fridays—October 7th Edition

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Frugal living is easy when there’s new ways to save everywhere you look! you’ve got to start thinking in terms of dollars and cents, or rather how you can save dollars and cents, when doing just about any aspect of your daily routine. http://www.thriftculturenow.com

 

An Arsenal of Practical Skills can Protect You

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Over the last month or so, I’ve noticed a steady increase in the price of a number of food items that I buy on a regular basis. Cereal, bread, crackers, rice, and some canned goods, most of which I buy on a weekly or bi-weekly basis.

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