5 frugal post Christmas things

Today – 5 frugal post Christmas things …

Okay I’m not going to lie this has NOT been the  most frugal of weeks BUT we have saved money in a couple of ways his week

  1.  Instead of going to the cinema we went to Christingle
  2. We ate leftovers and fried up our potatoes on boxing day
  3. We syphoned off gifts for regifting  and have popped them straighten our present box ( with tags saying who for)
  4. We have a number of items ready to return sat in a box waiting to be taken back ( once the sales frenzy has subsided)
  5. We have avoided the sales as we need nothing and temptation is HUGE when there are bargains to be had so best avoided completely.

So that’s our week, trying still to save here and there despite all the festivities. What about you have you managed to keep things under control?

Hope you had a lovely frugal post Christmas everyone. Tome to snuggles down have a ead of mypost on ways to cosy up your home

 

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3 Comments

  1. New England Flybaby
    December 28, 2018 / 17:52

    What is “Christingle” ?

  2. January 1, 2019 / 09:41

    Great ideas for saving money this time of year. I especially like the regifting box idea.
    Well done for avoiding the sales…
    Tx

  3. Cora Harrison
    January 2, 2019 / 11:13

    Becky you should be really proud of these frugal things. For me the hardest time to be frugal is the time between Christmas and New Year where the sales are in full-force but instead I too have stayed mainly at home and saved the pennies!

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