LadyG comes from a working class family, so I know how to be broke; I meant frugal.
Trust me when I tell you that I am very well prepared to educate you on making do when times are hard.
Most of the things that I am about to share in this post, I learned as a kid, and perfected when I went away to college!
Can you say, “canned Spam?”
Best believe, LadyG knows a little sumthin’ about the thrifty life.
Anyway, before I get sidetracked, allow me to define today’s terms AND use them in a sentence à la grammar school.
Frugal: Characterized by or reflecting economy in the use of resources.
Whereas, in this context, the word “economy” is defined as: thrifty and efficient use of material resources
Terms used in a sentence:
One must become frugal in order to avoid becoming broke!
LadyG has earned an A+ !
Today’s audio is a structured ramble, if you will, that details 6 things you can do, as we say in the South, to pinch a penny til it hollers; thereby stretching your coronavirus stimulus check!
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Run time: About 10 minutes
*Important Note: LadyG retains the right to CONFUSE “dishwashing detergent” with “dishwasher detergent.”
**May contain adult language
Definition of terms: Merriam-Webster Dictionary