The Frugalista Life

Living my best frugal life.

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Noble Rice moves to new location, Koya opens as Tampa’s first omakase-only restaurant

To see our favorite restaurants close down due to Covid-19 broke all of our hearts. Cravings definitely hit differently during this time because of social distancing and the myriad ways of buying food. All that was true when South Tampa staple Noble Rice temporarily closed back in March. Owners Eric and Adriana Fralick are currently […]

RumFish Grill, RumFish Beach Resort reopen tomorrow

The popular RumFish Grill and RumFish Beach Resort reopen this week in on St. Pete Beach. RumFish Beach Resort, part of the TradeWinds Island Resorts family, opens to full capacity while the restaurant operates at 50% capacity, per the State of Florida’s recovery plan. As a “welcome back” to guests, RumFish Beach Resort offers a […]

Feed the Need Florida donates meals to deserving Florida families

Families across the state are still dealing with the effects of the Covid-19 pandemic months after the state went into quarantine. In that time, the search for food became an ordeal when paychecks are scarce and not enough funds are coming in. Feed the Need Florida is a program in partnership with various entities across […]

Girl Scouts of West Central Florida offers families alternative program Summer Camp in a Box

Girl Scouts of West Central Florida (GSWCF) offers an alternative to families whose summer plans got turned upside down due to the Covid-19 pandemic. Their Summer Camp in a Box program gives young girls, whether they’re a Girl Scout or not,  the chance to experience a traditional Girl Scout Summer Camp from the safety of […]

My Summer 2020 Essentials

Before the Coronavirus came and swept us all off our feet, I was in the midst of getting ready for all the brunches and outside activities. Now, with quarantines and whatnot, all those events are on the back burner. There are a few summer 2020 essentials I’m on the hunt for in the hopes the […]