One cannot live on bread (even if it is homemade bagels) alone.
Or Thrifty Under Fifty.
On that note, this post marks the first in an occasional series reviewing other websites that aim to keep the thrifty on their toes, with money in their pockets.
First up: www.ThriftyThoughts.com
Mia's site is a mixture of posts about her personal successes at staying frugal (such as saving 56% on her Kroger purchases) with tips for helping readers do the same (such as recapping the week's best deals at CVS).
Of greater interest to many readers, however, will be her list of seven no-strings-attached sites where you can sign up to get products and samples for free (see the top right corner of her site).
That, the colorful design and the plain old readability of Thrifty Thoughts make this a site worth visiting, if only for a minute or two.