The end of the week is quickly approaching, I wanted to make sure that I grab you right before the weekend and encourage you to be more thrifty. Aht aht, just a second. Before you tell me that you do not like shopping at thrift stores or that you just aren’t good at it, I just want to let you know that being thrifty isn’t just about shopping at thrift stores. In fact, it doesn’t necessarily mean you have to shop at thrift stores at all. Let’s take a look at the meaning of the word.
adjective: thrifty comparative adjective: thriftier superlative adjective: thriftiest
- (of a person or their behavior) using money and other resources carefully and not wastefully.
I have realized that you all love it when I actually share bits of who I truly am on my blog and Instagram account so I have decided to incorporate the many sides of myself into my content.
On Thursdays I am dedicating the day to showing you ways to be thrifty and how being thrifty can be beneficial to not only you but the environment. In honor of the first #ThriftyThursday here are five reasons that you should be more thrifty: reduces waste, saves money, inspires creativity, allows you to learn new skills, and the fact that being thrifty results in more unique items. While this list is not inclusive, these are five reasons that I love being thrifty.
As the weeks go on I will share some ideas and ways that you can be thrifty, projects, tips, and more. I am really looking forward to #ThriftyThursdays with you!
Would you say that you are a thrifty person? What are some ways that you are thrifty?