Welcome to the new frugal-community page!! We took your survey responses into consideration and have added quite a few new features to the blog page. Have a look around and let us know what you think! Here are some of our cool new features:
Header Image: Our new header image was created by local artist, Tyler Pomroy to illustrate the blogs focus on sharing, saving, and spending. Thanks Tyler!
Google Calendar: One of the most exciting features of the new blog is the Frugal-Community event calendar (located in the side bar to the right of this post on the main page). This is a Google Calendar that will feature fun and frugal events that are happening in the Twin Cities area. Right now, I have some featured events for March, especially St. Patty’s Day, and a few for April. I will continue updating this calendar, but I need your help! If you know of fun and frugal events going on around town please post the event information and link as a comment on this blog post or any of our weekly blog posts and I will add it to the calendar.
Follow the Blog: If you are interested in following this blog via email just enter your email in the box in the side bar to the right of this post and click follow. This is a great way to make sure that you don’t miss out on any of our posts!
Facebook: This blog comes out of the Center for Stewardship Leaders at Luther Seminary. We encourage you to like us on Facebook, if you like what you see!
Comments: We named this blog frugal-community so that you could have a chance to join the conversation on how to live a fun and frugal life on a graduate student’s budget. I will end each blog post with a question, I encourage you to join the conversation. We are eager to hear what you have to say! Just click the speech bubble at the top of the post then enter your comment in the “Join the Conversation” box!
Like: If you find a post really helpful, or you just liked it, I encourage you to click on the speech bubble at the top right corner and click the “Like” button just below the share features. This helps me to know which posts you like best so I know what topics interest you most.
Join the Conversation: What is your favorite free Twin Cities event?