Ten Old Things Project

In this age of planned obsolescence it’s easy to justify purchases that we know will have a limited life span. The days of searching for the longest-lasting, most efficient or most dependable solutions to our problems have been quietly replaced by a quick glance at some best-selling or highest review metrics. If a new version comes out or a better solution comes along, we’re far too quick to discard and repurchase. Regardless of whether or not this is a global trend, it’s certainly true of my own purchasing history – Hello there, Apple products. In an effort to combat this tendency toward consumption and waste, I started thinking about the things I own that I wouldn’t want to trade or upgrade.

Couponing for Noobs

My wife has been a deal hunter & coupon clipper for a long time now, but I’m still very much a couponing noob. The little bit of insight I have into the crazy world of coupon shopping has come from trips to the grocery store with Ames. Ever since we… 

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