Stay Connected with This Frugal Life!

by Jess on August 17, 2010

I wanted to take a quick moment to mention a couple of the ways you can stay on top of all of the freebies & deals I post each day. I know life can get super busy and it’s not always convenient to hop on over to the blog all the time :)


  • “Like” This Frugal Life on Facebook
    Have a couponing question or want to chat with other frugal-minded readers like yourself? Then I’d love for you join me over on the This Frugal Life Facebook page! When time sensitive deals or freebies pop up and I don’t have time to whip up a post, I often will throw up a link over on Facebook so you don’t miss it.
  • Follow me on Twitter
    Do you tweet? I’m tweeting my freebies and deals all day long and I’d love for you to follow me! Twitter is also one of the fastest ways to reach me.
  • Sign up for FREE E-mail Updates
    Each afternoon I round-up all of the latest posts on the blog and send them to your inbox in a single email. This is a great way to make sure you’re never missing a freebie or deal if you’re not able to check the blog regularly.
  • Subscribe to my RSS Feed
    Prefer to follow your favorite blogs through a RSS reader? It’s one of the easiest ways to follow several blogs, and I’ll be honest I had no clue what an RSS reader was until about a year ago. My favorite reader is Google Reader, and it’s completely free to use. Subscribing to my RSS feed will let you know the moment a new post goes up on This Frugal Life! 



Also, if you’re new to This Frugal Life, you might find the following posts helpful:

:: Shopping Smart at CVS – If you’re just starting the “Drugstore Game” this is a must read! CVS is my favorite drugstore to regularly score freebies and make money at each week.

:: How to Shop at Vons – Are you from Southern CA? If so, you’ll definitely want to read this “How To” guide on shopping at Vons, a local Safeway affiliate.

:: The Low Down on E-Coupons – These clip-free coupons are loaded directly on to your store loyalty card and are redeemed instantly at the register! They are one of my favorite ways to save money at the grocery store and often lead to free stuff!

:: How to Score FREE Coupon Inserts – Can you believe people throw these away?!? Learn where to find free inserts so you’re not shelling out money each week on the Sunday paper.

:: Organize Those Coupons! – If you’re going to get serious about this whole “couponing thing” you’re going to need to get organized.

As always, thanks for stopping by! I’m so happy you found my lil blog!

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