Being Frugal


I inherited the "avoiding unncessary waste" part of being frugal from my father who grew up at a time when there were little resources so out of necessity did not waste. To be called frugal was not always a compliment as it was associated with being skimpy and cheap. 

Frugality encompasses the reduction of waste, cutting costly habits while seeking efficiency and avoiding the trap of manipulative advertising.  The new Frugal may contribute to health by leading people to avoid products that are expensive and in some cases unhealthy.




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