Jun 13, 2013

Extreme Money-Saving Tactics
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Written by : Kari Cullen| 0 | Finance
Freeganism: Schatten uit de "afval"-...

Freeganism: Schatten uit de “afval”-container. (Photo credit: Anja Hermans)

 

What is a Freegan? According to Freegan.info, Freegans are people who employ alternative strategies for living based on limited participation in the conventional economy and minimal consumption of resources. Freegans embrace community, generosity, social concern, freedom, cooperation, and sharing in opposition to a society based on materialism, moral apathy, competition, conformity, and greed.

In a survey conducted online by Harris Interactive on behalf of CouponCabin.com, most people agree that freegans were the most extreme! 

How far would you go to save money? Sometimes, tactics to spend less green can turn extreme. A new CouponCabin.com survey reveals what U.S. adults think are the most extreme and unusual tactics to spend less and save more, with being a “freegan,” topping the list. Being a freegan i.e. dumpster diving, never buying new products is Americas top selection as being among the most extreme spend less and save more tactics with 63 percent selecting it from a provided list.

 

Heres how some other wacky money-saving tactics stacked up: Read via Being a Freegan Named Most Extreme Money-Saving Tactic, Finds New CouponCabin.com Survey – PR Newswire – The Sacramento Bee.

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Kari Cullen

Kari Cullen is a blogger, content curator, and author. She is the founder of Esavingsblog, a blog to help readers learn how to save money, get deals and live frugally. Her eBook "Saving Your Way to a Better Life", is available on Amazon now and provides essential information to help readers save money.

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Kari Cullen is a blogger, content curator, and author. She is the founder of Esavingsblog, a blog to help readers learn how to save money, get deals and live frugally. Her eBook "Saving Your Way to a Better Life", is available on Amazon now and provides essential information to help readers save money.

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