We’re Not QUITE Hoarders
This is what gen-x doesn’t know about… it used to be called ‘making do’ but in this current world we should start calling it living smart.
I previously published a post titled Something For Nothing, where I listed several of the things I do to conserve or make a little bit of money, to help us, and others, in our retirement. This one shows another facet, with some ideas some of you might want to think about, and maybe try, for a couple of reasons.
Less garbage = more money!
Reduce, reuse, recycle — and reap rewards. Really!
Hoarding gets a bad rap from many. Some are joking, but many are serious. Some of my behaviour could raise eyebrows among the non-frugal. I even prefer to use the word frugal, instead of cheap or miserly.
I save or scavenge things like egg cartons, coffee cans, plastic containers, cardboard boxes and large envelopes. The difference between me and a true hoarder is that I use them, instead of letting them pile up — and they save me…
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