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Surviving the credit crunch - Follow our journey to a more frugal lifestyle.
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Not long ago I realised that we needed to sort out our spending habits and that if both my husband and I were both going to work full time, we needed to make sure that the time we spend at home with the kids was quality time (a cliche, but true). Now we are learning to live a more frugal life and spending more time together as a family. The Diary of a Frugal Family is my blog about our journey through life.

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This is a great blog for practical, tried and tested tips that will save your family money, and yummy recipes. The weekly meal plans are particularly useful for when you don't know what to cook and need some inspiration that won't cost the earth.
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I have just discovered this blog and was surprised to find that the family are not that frugal. Some of the content is okay and they come across as a lovely family, but there is very little money saving advice. I have four young children and was looking for money saving ideas, but reading this blog I discovered that I am already more frugal than they are LOL.
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I have to say I really wasn't as impressed with this as other reviewers - maybe I am already rather frugal!! A lot of what was in it appeared to me to be just basic common sense regarding cutting back on meals and shopping when deals are on etc.
I actually don't feel that they lead that frugal a life - new replacement mobile phone for a childs 10th birthday? I have problems with 10 year olds having a mobile but this young lassie is obviously on an upgrade already! They also have more days out and holidays than I do and the icing on the cake for me came this week when Mrs Frugal talked about eating from the store cupboard so they have more money for treats! many people are eating from the store cupboard so they can pay the electric bill!!
Just to put this rant in perspective I myself am a working mother with children aged 11 and 9 with a full time working husband so a very similar family set up and I was looking forward to learning something here beyond common sense.
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This is interesting reading but not as many new ideas as I had hoped. I expected this to be weekly delivery but turns out to be monthly - the description doesn't make this clear, and the first page starts with "This week's meal plan" - what happened to the weeks in between?
Nicely written and witty, will continue the subscription for now.
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This blog has so much on it, all of it useful. From things to do with the kids to recipes and money saving tips. Great blog, I really enjoy it.
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