Articles in Frugal Living
Here’s how I save big bucks on baby powder.
Keeping a list of when things come into season, and contact info of those you know you can glean from, is a great way to gather the harvest and fill your pantry without missing a thing!
Spending extra money you may occasionally have on something that will actually save you money over time is a great way to snowball your way to some real financial freedom!
Heather shares a few tricks she has learned when it comes to entertaining house guests on a tight budget. She also includes her family’s special spaghetti sauce recipe!
Is it safe to eat from dented cans? Well, not always. Here are a few tell-tale signs that you’d be better off tossing that food. And how to know if it’s still safe.
Here it is guys. Proof that you don’t need a dime to give a new look to any room in your home!
When you are out of time and it seems you have NOTHING to make, you probably have something in your kitchen you can whip into a delicious sandwich. Here are a few ideas to keep in mind…
I love that you would never know that I have a clothes line behind my shower curtain if I didn’t tell you! Hang drying clothes indoors doesn’t have to mean looking frumpy and cluttered.
Proof that it doesn’t take a fortune to create a cute and organized playroom.
Getting into my food storage… learning how to grind those wheat berries and use that whole wheat flour to make wholesome home baked goodies!
Learn how to make your very own all-natural chapstick for less than .25 cents each!
Yeah, Easy Bake Ovens are cool. But those refill packs… you gotta be crazy to spend that kinda money on such a tiny snack!
It’s total liquidation at my house, in the name of financial freedom.
Here’s a great video on how to make your own homemade vanilla extract, and a link to a cost comparison to see if it’s really worth your time.
Make a Zeer Pot and keep your foods cool and fresh longer without electric refrigeration! Here’s how…
This is something that I would love to do one day! I could go crazy building stuff around here if I just had enough bricks! Fun for the kids to try as well.