Articles in Frugal Living
For a limited time only, grab this delicious Thrive fruit and lemonade pack for a steal. So many flavor possibilities! Offer ends June 30th, 2014.
Here’s one cheap and easy step we’ve taken to reduce our water usage in preparation for going off grid.
After spending entirely too much time scrutinizing all possibilities and trying to find the best possible way to make this deal work to my advantage, I’ve found a share-worthy way to get some great all-natural and organic products for a really great price. PLUS, FREEBIES!
Whenever you receive money in change, be on the lookout for these certain kinds of coins! They’re worth more than you think at first glance.
Here are some ways I make the most of every scrap of food in our home.
If I told you it was possible to make your own paint for less than .50 cents per gallon, would you believe me?
You can pay me in blueberries any day!
I just LOVE it when I happen upon a super good deal. And this is one that ended up being one of the best!
A really cool DIY project for completely sun powered lights!
Having home canned goods to make baby food from is incredibly satisfying. Not only do you have the assurance of knowing exactly what you are feeding baby, canning your own food saves a lot of money as well!
High return and almost no risk… here’s how we’re investing our tax refund!
And here’s how the greenhouse is looking now! Not done yet, but it sure is coming along nicely! (Not bad for only $5!)
Create an emergency candle using the leftover grease from your frying pan! Here are my observations…
Not only is grass-fed beef much healthier for you, it actually might be *cheaper* than, or very near the same cost as regular store bought beef!
We’re building a greenhouse completely from salvaged scraps. See how it’s coming along!
Hey… works for me!