Thinking about the garden yet? Now is the time to start planning and looking for things to procure for free or cheap. Things like lumber, old shower doors or windows, sheer curtains, and cardboard and newspaper can be put to good use in the garden–when you know how.
In today’s world, everything is becoming more and more expensive. Groceries are no exception. The further you can stretch your dollar, the better. Swing by Survival at Home and join the discussion on how to save money on groceries. Tell us how you trim your food bill each month.
Do you love shopping at thrift stores or do they overwhelm you? Whether you are a new thrifty shopper or a pro, these tips will help you have your best experience possible when you are out looking for bargains!
With energy prices increasing and finances still tight, finding ways to save on heating have been at the top of my list lately. While I have to turn the heating on every now and then, mainly to make sure my daughter’s room doesn’t get too cold, I don’t want it on all the time.
Not all foods should be purchased in bulk. Not all foods store the same or become more economically priced just because they’re in bulk. These are some pantry goods to buy in bulk.
Whether you’re trying to keep summer’s heat or winter’s chill outside, the energy-efficiency of your home is dependent on several different factors, not all of which you can easily control. You can improve your home’s energy-efficiency by adding additional insulation or repairing the ductwork in your home, for example, but that takes tools and skills […]