This is What Frugal Looks Like is a series that highlights different ways that people can be frugal in their lives- after all, frugality doesn’t have to be drastic or just about clipping coupons. Frugality can be fun and easy. Each respondent answers the same four questions.
Today’s interview is with Nicki, from Domestic Cents.
What does frugality mean to you?
What is something that you do that is ‘typically’ frugal?
What is something frugal that you do that is unusual?
What are some of your long term goals that being frugal will help you to accomplish?
We intend to become debt-free, so living frugal frees up money to pay down debt. Once we become debt-free we’ll have a lot more freedom with our money and I think the frugal habits we’ve developed and embraced will help us to use what we have in a positive way. Also, I want to train my daughter and any future children to be responsible consumers and to live a lifestyle that’s less wasteful.
Bio: Nicki is a wife and mom living in the rural northeast of the United States. She enjoys coffee, chocolate, sewing, baking, writing and running. She writes about her simple, frugal life at Domestic Cents.