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    Default Just another human trying to be frugal and conscientious

    Hi, all!

    Just signed up a while back. I've been actively cutting down on extravagance for a year now, and I believe I can do more.
    I hope I can learn a thing or two about serious frugal living. I also really enjoy reading--both fiction and non-fiction. As for the latter, I've mainly been reading economics-, finance-, and environment-related titles.

    Anyway, nice to meet you all!

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    welcome, look around and hop on to some of the challenges and threads going on.

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    Welcome to the village.
    Stop trying to organize all of your family’s crap. If organization worked for you, you’d have rocked it by now. It’s time to ditch stuff and de-crapify your world.

    If you're not using the stuff in your home, get rid of it. You're not going to start using it more by shoving it into a closet.

    Use it up, Wear it out,
    Make it do, Or do without. ~unknown

    A clean house is a sign of a wasted life. ~unknown

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    Welcome.

    I like to read a lot too. Lately I have been reading free books online at wattpad. There are some that are sample and some incomplete books. However, they have a pretty high rate of completed books.

    If you have a job that offers people money for training, you might be able to get some non-fiction books with money from the training budget. I did that at my work. I started a learning library of books at work. I had to go through a lot of hoops to get it approved, but it was worth it. Some books are clearly work related, but I have included ones in the general categories of work life balance, employee well being, stress reduction, etc.
    KathyB

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    Thanks for joining! You'll be inspired by such creative and frugal minds in this forum! Join us when you can!

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    hello, man. All be fine

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