Category Archives: Frugal Strategies

AT&T our rampage.

A few months back we get a e-mail from AT&T about going paperless billing. Sign up and get $10 rebate, which turns out to be a debit card for $10. So trying to be green I thought why not and … Continue reading

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Save on Bread

By accident we found a Oroweat Bakery Outlet within walking distance.  These outlets are all over the USA. Just search for Bakery Outlet Stores in Google. We found  loaves of bread that would be sold at a regular supermarket for … Continue reading

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Coffee savings

While on a trip to England we got into drinking strong hot coffee during those cold and rainy days. We found a coffee shop called Costa coffee very similar to Starbucks but we thought was better.   They served their coffee … Continue reading

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Park your phone

Since ATT put up their rates in our area we decided we did not need the second phone line, but wanted to keep the phone number for future use. We found a company called  family-phone.com that offers a service that parks … Continue reading

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Using eBay to get rid of all your old stuff.

When I first started to plan to retire I decided to get rid of a lot of old my stuff.  I mean many years of collected junk and start anew. Being the type of person that hates waste, I looked … Continue reading

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Home phone savings

Home phone savings. After we retired we decided that we did not need a second phone line. We had two, one was for personal use the other mainly for work. It was not so much of the cost of the … Continue reading

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Cell phone savings

Cell Phone savings. After retiring we  sat down and figured out where our money was going.  One large expense was our cell phones. We were paying between $40 to $80 month.  We re-though our calling habits and decided we could … Continue reading

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