I’ll be blogging at my other blog, Stories from This Life, during my cancer treatment and surgery. I’ll return to posting on this blog after that is finished.
Prairie Land Food is a local food share program, but others surely exist throughout the country. Even if you don’t qualify for a food pantry, you can still participate in these programs and get quality food at a low cost. I highly recommend looking at them if you are struggling financially. Click on the link above to find out more.
When faced with some expired cans of tomato soup, I decided to make the best of the situation. The link above provides the details of the spicy tomato soup that I made in our slow cooker. Click on the link above to find out more.
Dinner at our home doesn’t have to be fancy, but it does need to be frugal and use up leftover ingredients. Here was a dinner that I prepared that used up the last bit of Progresso soup that we had in our refrigerator. I was pleasantly surprised at the tasty result of this latest improvisation. Click on the link above to find out more.
Did you know that you can grow green onions on your windowsill? With just a bit of effort, you can cut that cost from your grocery budget. Frugal living doesn’t have to be hard! Click on the link above to find out more.
The link above describes the process that we followed in creating an insulated house for our local stray cats. As winter gets closer, we want to do what we can to help those kitties who live outdoors or who may be stray cats. The house that we made for these cats only cost us $5.00. If this protects any of these cats, then it’s money well spent.
The above link is a quick post about choosing native plants for a cheap garden that requires little work or resources.
At the link above, you will find the instructions for making a quick meal. It sure relieved our boredom with leftovers! Plus, it was frugal in that it used ingredients that we already had on hand.
I know that I talk a lot about building up your pantry. Your pantry can sustain you through a crisis or an actual emergency. By preparing for the future, you can feel more secure today. And that allows you to better enjoy today–and tomorrow!
An article providing tips for the person new to cooking in a solar oven.