Yes I got a speeding ticket! It was one of those “Photo Infractions”…my vehicle picture was taken speeding. When I first saw it in the mail, I was REALLY hoping that it was my husband and not me. Unfortunately it… Read moreJust pay the ticket and teach responsibility
“Odd Scraps”?!?! Made me think of what you might give to the dog. Never fear! It’s actually just tidbits of information to help you toward the goals of living a frugal life or having “nothing be lost”. Don’t throw food… Read more12 “Odd Scraps” For The Frugal
Radishes have shown up at the Farmer’s Market! I don’t consider myself a radish “fan”. I put them on salads when they are in season but that’s it. My husband will eat them whole but I can’t say that I… Read moreYour Family Will Enjoy These Radish Recipes!
I recently found a book for my Kindle called “The American Frugal Housewife” by Lydia Maria Francis Child. Originally published in 1832 as “The Frugal Housewife”, it became necessary to change the name to “American” because there was already an… Read moreHow to be Frugal – do you save or spend?
Praying can sometimes be really hard to make a habit…at least it is for me! I toss up quick one liners throughout the day and call it good. I’ve been convicted lately about how casual I am about my prayer… Read moreHow To Make Praying Through The Week A Habit
Have you ever gotten to the last week of the month and you’re out of food money? Or it’s one of those months that ends up having that 5th week in it and you need to wait that extra week… Read morePantry Meal Challenge!
Note: This was originally posted in April 2014 but I thought it was worth posting again. (Family Features) Don’t get caught putting extra work into your spring cleaning efforts. “A little effort up front can make everything you do feel… Read moreFive Myths of Spring Cleaning
May is National Hamburger Month!!! There isn’t much better than a huge, juicy hamburger! I mean – really!!! The history of the hamburger is unclear. Most places that I looked, agreed that it actually began in the 13th century and… Read moreNational Hamburger Month
According to Merriam-Webster, simple can mean “free from guile, free from vanity, of humble origin or modest position, or free of secondary complications” just to name a few. When I looked further into this definition, I found a definition used… Read moreHow Can You Make Life “Simple”?