Learning That Frugality Skills Shouldn’t Vacation When I Do: Priceless

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2 Responses to Learning That Frugality Skills Shouldn’t Vacation When I Do: Priceless

  1. Kristian says:

    There is a truth I encounter almost daily… Convenience costs. Hotels are more expensive than campsites, gas is more pricy when we are far from big towns, eating a meal cooked in a resturant requires greater financial outlay that does eating the same meal at home.

    Another truth I encounter as often… You can’t put a price on experience or education or time with family.

  2. Lisa says:

    Food out is pricey. When my son was younger, I almost always took snacks and water with us. If we went away for more than a day we took sandwich fixings. If I forgot Murphy’s Law would kick in and kick me. With my ex it was more difficult because he didn’t consider it a vacation if he doesn’t eat out every meal and just go with the flow (no planning) which is almost always more expensive as the article above shows.

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