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Snarfing means getting something for less – pouncing when you find something fabulous and outsmarting the market in the bargain. It is a hobby of mine and has been for a long time, starting back when I was totally broke, which I was for years, and shopped exclusively at Capwell’s basement and the Macy’s Clearance […]

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True confessions: I’ve done a lot of snarfing over the past year and a half. Now that we’re packing for the big move, I’m reminded of (a) just how much snarfing I’ve done and (b) how amazingly ridiculous it is that anyone ever pays full price for anything. I bought this canoe-shaped bookshelf from Dan, […]

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You can get all groovy about reducing, reusing, and recycling, but let’s be honest: snarfing matters because it enables those of us without as much money as we’d like (or need) to live a life closer to our ideal, whether that’s furnishing a house or getting dressed. Snarfing is fun, educational, challenging, and fulfilling, but […]

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If you absolutely, positively need a well-fitting pair of black slacks by tomorrow morning, snarfing’s not your thing. Snarfing is not about finding a specific thing you need, now (although sometimes that happens). It is about looking around to see what is out there. It’s also not for everyone. I will never forget the look […]

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