I receive a lot of e-mail from readers, sometimes with questions which are pretty straightforward and easily answered, but occasionally the questions are broad enough that it makes more sense to open them up to The Non-Consumer Advocate community.
I received this e-mail from Bill the other day which posed the following question:
“I was wanting to find more ways to live like your website says. Me and my family have been for some time now. My wife who’s expecting our 2nd child cares for her mom and our daughter. I work outside the home. We do okay on my salary. We buy things when we need them. We make it a point to pay for them with cash. We have little debt and own our house. We also eat out sparingly and I can food. I make our laundry soap and my own bath soap. Holidays aren’t important to us we got each other that’s what counts. I’ve taken a look at dumpster diving but decided to buy as needed and not waste.
We’ve only been doing this about 2 years what beside this could we add? “
What advice do you have for Bill, or really for anyone who’s looking to expand their frugal living ways?
Thank you in advance for what I know will be some great advice!
“Use it up, wear it out, make it do or do without.”
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