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Living off the grid as a political act Part 1

Regardless of where we live, in reality, we are all in some way, shape, or form at the helm of the “Political Status Quo”. Whether its government interference, unethical banking…

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Three amazing off grid homes you can buy today

Those of you that are interested in living a freer,…

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Sustainable Furniture. Fad or is it here to stay?

If you're looking to move into a world where everything…

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Living off the grid as a political act Part 2

In our previous part we covered citizenship, in the following section of my opinion piece I am going to talk about that dreaded word - taxes. Taxation As Benjamin Franklin…

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Frugal Living Like a Boss – Part 1

In my opinion, the 'true' definition of frugal living doesn't really exist. For example, if we were to take the literal definition from the Oxford Dictionary, it would tell us…

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Prefab tiny house: What is it and where can I buy one?

With an ever-growing shortage of affordable homes now an issue in both developed and third-world economies, the concept of a prefab tiny house considers two key metrics.  That is, the…

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What is a homestead exemption?

If you’re a homeowner and based in an eligible US state, you might be able to apply for a homestead exemption. But what is a homestead exemption?  Well, a homestead…

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Welcome to Frugalific

Hey, I’m David – Founder and writer here at Frugality. I’m a firm believer that we as a society are accustomed to a fundamental issue – waste.  Whether it’s throwing away money on things we don’t need, or buying things that aren’t fit for purpose, I’m here to set the record straight. The overarching objective is to help you as the reader to find the perfect balance between quality and sustainability.  In doing so, you have the chance to live a more simple, content and stress-free lifestyle.

David Frugalific Founder

I now go through a highly stringent ‘smart decision making’ process before parting with a single dollar. This includes a full and frank assessment on whether my purchases meet the three pillars of the Frugality movement. Notably, this includes sustainability, quality and eco-friendliness. This mantra even extends to the world of investing. I constantly ask myself questions such as “Am I investing my money into a company that shares my values?” or “Am I using a bank account that truly puts the customer before profiteering?”

By making some distinct changes in my life over the past few years, I now maximize value in each and every area of my existence. With that being said, I decided to launch the Frugality platform as a way to share, swap, and generate knowledge. This is achieved through a plethora of opinion pieces, guides and articles, all of which I hope you find useful. Upon reading through the material, I’d be really grateful if you could leave me some feedback. That way, I’ll be able to gauge how aligned my lifestyle is with the rest of the frugal community.