Promoting frugality as a way to live a simple and prosperous life.
If you hate to clean your closets, think again. One reader/guest blogger lets us in on what frugal finds she uncovered once she dug into her cluttered closet. Here’s what she found.
Is the escalating cost of veterinarian care keeping you from taking in your pets for treatment? It sure is in our house–it’s not feasible to pay over $100 for a single visit. So, I called around for prices and found out some interesting things about vet services around town.
There’s plenty of growing season left!
It was tough, and we procrastinated about it, but I bit the bullet today and downgraded our cable service. My kids did not take it well at all, but we are hoping this will benefit our family more than just monetarily.
Whether it’s during a coupon workshop or just a conversation with a friend, one of the most common questions is where to get coupons for healthy, organic food. Here are a few good, reliable sources for organic grocery coupons.
Flowers also make great companions to veggies in your garden.
Get organic and non-GMO items at 30 – 50% below retail price, shipped for free to your doorstep!
ShopRite in Fairfield tries a unique approach to getting the customer’s attention by using coupons under a product. (And no, it’s not a peelie.)
Call it “stoup,” “refrigerator soup,” or “everything soup”–whatever name it goes by, you won’t believe how delicious, easy and inexpensive it is to make your own vegetable soup with whatever drops of this and that you have left over in your refrigerator.
Supplement your home garden with local, organic produce from Sport Hill Farm in Easton, CT
If you’re tired of spending money on expensive, unhealthy household cleaners, you’ll love this quick, easy, inexpensive, healthy cleaning solution recipe.