I've been slacking on the frugality front lately, I gotta get back into this thread!
Yesterday we had an awesome potluck Thanksgiving lunch at work. Someone made a huge bowl of delicious pasta salad that barely got touched (not Thanksgiving-y enough? also there was just a ton of food), so when it was sitting in the kitchen afterwards I scooped a whole bunch into a gallon ziploc bag that I for some reason had in my desk, and I will eat that for lunch today. This is especially great because my boyfriend and I usually eat leftovers for lunch, but we ate out last night (unmustachian, but at least it was $3.99 burger night at a local place I guess?) and only had one serving of food left from Tuesday's chicken and veggies, so now he can take that and I will eat my scavenged pasta salad. Otherwise he would probably make me take the leftovers and then he would buy something at QT. So, score!
Also, I had started using the dryer again after literally not using it all summer, since our daytime temps were below freezing. Today's high is in the low 50s and sunny, so I hung clothes on the line this morning even though I so did not want to in the cold and dark!
Finally, tonight we will cook a dinner that relies on our freezer and pantry, and also eating some produce we have on hand so it doesn't go bad (including limes I bought for something else and then totally forgot about, oops). And I bought the pasta on sale for $1/lb and shopped around to get the best price on the chicken thighs and red bell peppers. Yeah!