Depression Era Frugal Living Tips

With smart budgeting, you can make sure that your finances are well-managed, and that you’re making the most of your money. One way to do that is to practice some of these depression era frugal living tips.

Reduce Wasteful Spending

This is a hard one for many, especially for those that use shopping for a dopamine response.

Grow A Garden

Starting a garden of fruits and vegetables that you and your family will eat is a great way to stretch your grocery budget.

Use Coupons and Look for Sales

Our grocery stores have clearance sections and I love them!

Buy in Bulk and Preserve Food

You can get great deals when you buy in bulk. It can also help to go in on items with another family to help offset both the cost and the amount you will have.

Reuse Items Whenever Possible

Everything has a second or even third life.

Stock a Frugal Pantry

It ensures you have ingredients on hand to make something- anything- at a moment's notice, instead of running out and buying more food or eating out.

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