You guys know that I'm pretty frugal. But even so, the current economic climate puts me to the test. And I can't be alone in that. So I figured that you, too, might appreciate the fact that being thrifty and finding ways to pay less for everyday goods is the best way to go.
However, as it turns out, sometimes the idea of being "thrifty" can backfire, and you can end up spending more than you have bargained for. Here are some examples people shared on Reddit.