NEW YORK (TheStreet) -- Frugality often gets a bad rap. Many people misunderstand frugality and assume that it's nothing more than being "cheap" when, in reality, frugality is making sure that you get the most from the money and resources you have, even if they are limited.For those who are just beginning to embrace frugality as a part of their lifestyle, here are 10 frugal commandments to live by.
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