**I confess, I couldn’t resist using this picture. This, my friends, is a Canadian $2 coin, otherwise known as the Toonie (get it? Two-nie. Punny, huh?). I don’t usually, but yes, I did giggle when I saw this picture and thought of how the little things do indeed add up!**
Last call for your input, I promise! 🙂
I’ve just found your comments and emails so very helpful in this book writing process, that I just can’t resist asking you for one more, very practical thing.
Some time ago, I wrote a post called The Little Things That Add Up. I shared some of the things that I had been doing in my own kitchen and cooking that may not save a whole lot of money in and of themselves, but all together added up to small but significant savings.
Many of you joined in and added some of your own little things, like making your own spice mixes, saving store-bought bread bags for kitchen storage, or making cloth snack bags that can be reused rather than buying ziploc baggies. I know that you’ve got more frugal tips tucked away in those creative brains of yours, and I would love to pry them out of you, if I may!
Would you share with me and my readers any and all of the “little” frugal things that you do to keep your food and kitchen costs low? My thanks in advance!
(Again, my one request is that you only leave a comment for me of this
nature if you are comfortable with me publishing it as a quote in my
new eBook. It won’t be practical for me to directly contact every
single person who comments, and I would like to freely use the quotes
that I think would add to the book. If you would leave a name that you
are comfortable with me using when/if I quote you (it doesn’t have to
be your real name, and last names aren’t necessary), as well as where
you’re from (only if you’re comfortable with that), that would be