Grandma lived through the great depression. So she knew a thing or two about saving money while raising her family. And those same old-fashioned tips are still saving money for families everywhere today.
Come see a list of ways grandma saved money in her day, the same ideas you can use too!
Saving money is something we all share in common. And truth be told it’s often pretty easy to do if you keep your eyes open for simple opportunities. Come see the 5 Frugal Things we did this week to save money.
Come see the 5 Frugal things I did this week to save money on food. With the crazy prices in the grocery store, we can all use a little money-saving inspiration, right? There were lots of opportunities to save some money this week. And this 5 Frugal Things post focuses on ways we’ve saved on food.
What do you do when unforeseen circumstances cause you financial hardship? All at once there’s too many expenses & not enough money to pay the bills. I’m reflecting on our own financial journey and steps that helped us take back our financial freedom to make ends meet.
I easily make my own natural air freshener using only baking soda, essential oil, a repurposed canning jar & some pretty leftover lace. It’s simple to refresh when needed and it’s an inexpensive zero-waste answer to a deodorizing problem.