I don’t know about the rest of y’all but I am completely exhausted with this covid mess! I mean like really DONE! I am not someone who runs around a lot anyway but not being able to see my family (like my mom or siblings ECT) is really wearing thin. Anyway I’ve been cooking SO much more since this all
I don’t know about anyone else but sometimes I have this really cool interest and when I start to learn about it I get all freaked out because it looks SO overwhelming! Anybody else have that issue? So I thought I would write a post on Breadmaking Basics for Beginners since there may be a lot of you wishing you
But no, really, healthy eating doesn’t HAVE to be crazy expensive. Read on to find how to eat healthy on a budget!
It’s already started where I live. The stores are absolutely full of Christmas advertising and I can assure you, they are not your friend when it comes to a thrifty lifestyle this year! Tip #1. Stay out of stores! Oh this is a huge one for staying thrifty around the holidays! The stores are headed for one thing and
I hear people saying All.The.Time. I can’t afford to homeschool. It’s so expensive! Now, we have 4 young children that we raise on one very modest income. We also successfully homeschool on that income. In my humble opinion kids aren’t expensive, it’s the things we think kids have to have that are so expensive and… drumroll please.. ???????????? government school!
So, I’m going to be doing something new here! I’ve decided to take a section of my current blog and make a new part devoted solely to what I’m going to call “Thrifty Homeschool Mama Tips & Tricks from the Trenches of Motherhood, Homeschooling & Thrifty Living on One Income”. My plan is to address budget challenges that are specific
If you’re like me, its a constant struggle to keep the grocery bill under control! This past Spring I did a grocery shopping makeover and it has helped so much! But like it or not, food is expensive (especially when you try to eat healthy!). So, I wanted to give some practical helps for using meat in a frugal way,
Hi, all! My last post was 2 weeks into our new grocery budget. We had been shopping 2 times on our modified shopping list. We’ve now officially made it to our third shopping trip and here’s the update… Grocery Budget Update… Last shopping trip we made no extra grocery runs!! Woohoo! We did grab one extra dozen
Contains affiliate links of products I use and love at no cost to you! So, you’re on a tight budget this year in your homeschool and you’re wondering how to make this work. Can you really give your children a quality education on a low income? Yes, yes and yes! Read on to find out how to Charlotte Mason on
Contains affiliate links of products I love and use! So, it’s been 2 weeks since we grocery shopped and you may be wondering how my grocery budget redo is going. Here’s my update and what I’ll be doing differently on this shopping trip: Grocery Budget Update… We still have food in the house! Yes, we are out of snacks and