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Thrifty, Frugal or Cheap? How to Use What’s Left

This one is a fun old post that I did in 2013, and I must admit I still do this with Ketchup, Softener and even Cereal Boxes, but is it thrifty, frugal or cheap ?

Is this thrifty? Frugal? Cheap? A while ago I wrote about how I had become my mother and yet I continue to do things like pictured above. What is this a picture of?

thrifty, frugal or cheap
Thrifty , frugal or cheap ?

When you have bought a new bottle of Fabric Softener, but there is still a little left in your old bottle, what do you do?

Do you do this for Ketchup and other condiments?

I have even found a nifty universal connection gadget that makes this whole thing much more straightforward when working with condiments.

Have you ever seen only a few Cheerios left in the box, so you just dumped them into the new box of Honey Nut Cheerios (thus creating an amalgamation)?

Is this being thrifty, frugal or cheap?

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  1. This is a GOOD thing. You are not letting it waste. I don’t use liquid fabric softner but I do this with lotion, shampoo, ketchup and dishwashing liquid.

    Way to go.

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