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My dad was a tight wad

January 17th, 2007 at 03:58 pm

Turn the thermostat down a degree or two.

Make sure all unnecesary lights are turned off in the house.

Fewer trips to town in the car.

Packing a lunch for work.

All things I have been doing since I started my blog a few days ago.
It's just making myself aware of saving money and making it a focus that I am working on right now.

Another thing I have heard about for gas saving.
Make sure the car tires are at the right air pressure.

I have been a frivolous spender most of my life concerning many of these things.
My DH always wanted me to be more conservative in these ways, now that I am I know he likes it.
My father was such a tight wad. He was really a sweetheart but very saving, grew up in the depression.
So I really grew tired of that growing up.
Always said, when I get married, I'm going to have "fresh bread whenever I want it." And I have too.




3 Responses to “My dad was a tight wad”

  1. Ima saver Says:

    I remember my mother always keeping her bread in the freezer.

  2. beans6 Says:

    My dad came out of the depression-- well he was born right after it.
    My dad was a tightwad & I loved it.I use to go by after I moved out & he would give me paper towels & toilet paper.He would say that was so -so grocery stores loss leader last week so I stocked up.He taught me alot but he couldnt pass on his love of beans & cornbread!

  3. LuckyRobin Says:

    I have fresh bread whenever I want it, but I bake it myself. Tastes so much better.

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