Monday, June 10, 2013

The Benjamin Franklin Virtues - 5. Frugality

"" describes frugality as someone who's prudent in saving. Someone who doesn't waste. See definition below:


the quality of being frugal, or prudent in saving; the lack of wastefulness: Many people who have lived through periods of economic deprivation develop lifelong habits of frugality and are almost never tempted by wasteful consumption.

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