In this day of low minimum wage and extremely large student loans, money is a much harder to obtain and to keep than in days past. We don’t spend money on clothes, cell phones, etc, but we’ve still got to eat. Over the years, I’ve wittled our grocery bill down to less than $50 per […]
Finally, it is clothes washing day! We had such a great response to our wash tub post but it has taken a while to actually get to the point where we could wash our clothes. Life has a way of getting in the way, especially if you have one foot into the rat race and […]
Many folks are feeling the pinch this summer or are trying to put money in savings to name just a few of the issues people could be facing so I thought I would put together a round-up list from myself and other fantastic bloggers (some from the Homestead Blogging Network) because they have shared in […]
Recently our toaster oven died and I was filled with dismay because everyone who knows me knows that I absolutely love toast! I also knew that my husband could most likely fix it but it would mean that I would have to be patient and wait on him to have time to fix it. As […]
Do you ever get frustrated because you have a room in your house that is depressing you? It might be dirty from use or it’s just depressing looking because it needs some sprucing up. My hope is that this post will inspire you because I show you with just $50 what I am able to […]
For years I stayed at home as a full time keeper of our home and our family lived on one income this post is to inspire those that are entering a season of one income living and it offers some tips and strategies to make sure that now only you survive but you thrive!