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Who's Your Favorite? The Frugal Free Gal

One of my new favorites is The Frugal Free Gal.   Not only does she post deals but she also has great articles!  Here are some I love:

Two Items You Can Cut From Your Grocery Bill
Items Worth Buying at the Dollar Store
How to Create a Free Signature for Blogger

There are a bunch more great ones!  Do you have a favorite blog that you want to share with us?  If so leave the name of the blog and link below.  Doesn't need to be YOUR blog, just one that you love. :)

Comments

Wow! This totally made my night! I was just about to shut down my computer when I saw your post on my blog roll. I had to take a double take when I saw my blog! You deserve a link back and I will be featuring you soon. I will be sure to let others know about your awesome low entry giveaways :) I am going to be posting my results to my December giveaway experiment in soon. I won about 18 giveaways! I haven't had too much time to sign up for any lately but plan to jump back in it soon! Thanks for being so generous and sharing my blog with others. And, thank you for your great low entry giveaways list!
The Frugal Free Gal
Heather said…
I love frugal free gal too! Great blog and she is a really good writer.
I put I heart organizing. I just found this blog yesterday.
I am in awe or this woman's craftiness and organizational skills.
I am such a mess compared to her!

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