#Fitness

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Following a frugal regime during winter is never easy. It doesn't matter what anyone thinks or who agrees or disagrees with our lifestyle choices, it's always around February that we could happily crank up the heating and throw extra logs on the fire... or else pack up and head for warmer, drier climes!

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Frugaldom the place, Frugaldom the project, Frugaldom the experience... we're planning out first FRUGALFEST!

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This past week brought some more great news for Frugaldom by way of our fourth award of a large, mixed native species tree pack from the Woodland Trust.

 

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15 Years down the road and round the bend but not quite over the hill... Our satirical 'Woman Zone' columns first appeared in print in 1999. Those responsible for the rants, raves and ramblings included Shona Prophett, the Bishop, Rosemary, Eddie Elwood, Jordan, Millie May, Agnes and Senga... names that many of you may recognise and characters some of you met.

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Sunday saw some frugal activity out at the Frugaldom Project. With around 600 trees to plant, including 420 from the Woodland Trust, Sunday gave us the perfect opportunity to get some serious work done.

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The latest Frugaldom Project officially came into being on 8th July, 2014. This can be thought of as a 'members go free' virtual eco tour where you can experience Frugaldom for yourself, watch it develop from it's absolute beginnings and contribute or take part whenever you like.

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1st - 7th September 2014 is Zero Waste Week and, as expected, Frugaldom is taking part in recycling, upcycling, repurposing and reusing in a bid to cut waste and save money.

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Apologies for such a delay in updating the blog but there have been some major developments at Frugaldom HQ! We've hatched yet another frugal plan!

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Sporadic Scottish summer weather means making the absolute frugal best of any sunshine, so when the opportunity arose to catch up with friends in a rural idyll and talk caravans and camping, I packed the tent and got on my bike.

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Eco living (or green living), alternative energy, wildlife conservation, microholding and permaculture gardening don't mix easily with the concept of shoestring budgets and money saving. Add to this a healthy dose of sustainability and environmental art, then the whole process seems to be lagging behind in the affordability stakes. But this is what Frugaldom is all about - kneading the aforementioned into something workable and affordable by way of frugal living (and working).

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