The $100 Question: The Frugal Girl Asks About Your One Big Splurge
By The Editors of ... on May 18, 2010
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Welcome to The $100 Question, where fellow BlogHers are asking questions ... and every answer could be worth one hundred dollars!
Let's meet today's host: Kristen from The Frugal Girl
I’m a 31 year old mom of four, and wife of one. I’m a homeschooler(I’m a homeschool graduate too!), part-time piano teacher, part-time piano player, dabbler in photography, and baking nut, among other things.
I’ve been frugal all my life, and I write this blog to inspire other people to live on less(cheerfully, even!). This blog is all about the practical, day-to-day ins and outs of frugal living(you won’t find posts on index funds and investing here!), and it’s also the home of Food Waste Friday.
Kristen's photo courtesy The Frugal Girl
Ready to play? Here is The $100 Question for Tuesday, May 18:
I'm frugal to the core, but part of the reason I'm frugal is so that I can splurge on the stuff that's really important to me. Like, oh, camera equipment. I make my own yogurt, buy second-hand clothes, cook from scratch and line-dry, but I just forked over $1600 for a new camera body. Whee!
So, what is one item you simply must splurge on?
How to play: Tell Kristen your answer to her question in the comments below by 5 p.m. Thursday, May 20 to be eligible to win. We'll enter all the comments into a randomizer and choose one lucky commenter to win. Comment as many times as you want. Click here to read the official rules. Good luck!
Want more chances to win? Win an iPad in the Love is Weird Edition of the BlogHer Scavenger Hunt!
Please join us tomorrow for Wednesday's question, asked by Amie from Life With The Boys for another chance to win.
You can check out the full list of bloggers and questions in the The $100 Question archive.
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