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The Frugal Lifestyle

 
#1 The Frugal Lifestyle
08/07/2008 07:56

Mr S. Kint

Mr G. Brown is urging us all to waste less food. Good idea, thinks me, I can maybe save a fiver or so per week if I'm efficient in planning my meals.

As consultants, we have fairly generous expense accounts and options available to us for reducing our personal cost of living that others do not. Other than the commonsense ideas such as "spend more time in hotels during the winter so that you don't have to spend as much on heating your own home" and "expense as much as your lunch as you can", what other practical little ideas might you all have for saving money in your daily routines?

Many thanks!

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#2 RE: The Frugal Lifestyle
08/07/2008 08:54

anona to Mr S. Kint (#1)

Max your expenses by spending any remainder on nice wine. Then take it home with you and enjoy at your leisure.

Or, learn how to make vegetable sushi.

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#3 RE: The Frugal Lifestyle
08/07/2008 09:10

anon to anona (#2)

what fat expense account - i'm loosing money with the price of fuel

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