Frugal Living: Waste Less, Gain More!
Frugality is the mental approach we each take when considering our resource allocations. It includes time, money, convenience, and many other factors.#### Description #Welcome to r/Frugal!
Frugality is the mental approach we each take when considering our resource allocations. It includes time, money, convenience, and many other factors.
Let's all work together to keep r/Frugal on-topic, friendly, honest and helpful.
###Our Wiki and Guides
###IRC & Discord
###Rules - Read the full rules here
Be civil and respectful.
Low effort, off topic, inane, crude or dangerous content will be removed.
No affiliate or referral links.
No self promotion.
No promotion or discussion of fraud, theft, piracy, ULPTs, harassment, or illegal activity.
Follow up image posts with a comment, and be descriptive and informative when posting in general.
Reserve hauls and finds for the weekly thread, and holiday tips/DIYs for the holiday megathread.
Dangerous content will be removed.
No solicitation, surveys, or spam.
No commercial links.
Follow posting and commenting guidelines in sidebar.
Be informative. If requesting advice, explain your situation as best you can so that users have something to work with.
If posting an image, make sure the title is informative and clear in how it relates to frugality, and follow it up with a top level comment with details.
If posting something you made, leave a top level comment explaining how or why you went about it, how much it cost, how much time it took, and share the recipe or materials needed.
Removed posts will include flair indicating why it was removed.
Depending on the removal reason, posts and comments may be reinstated if edited.
If you have questions about a removal or wish to request reinstatement, message the moderators.
Discuss and debate, but don't fight over it, or be condescending to those who do not share your particular view on frugality.
Remember that not everyone lives where you live. Stores, products, prices and resources all vary by location. What's good for you might not be good for others, and vice versa.
Don't be baited into violating the rules. Report infractions and let the mods handle it.
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