Baby Cheapskate: BC Predicts: June Baby Bargain... →
One of the benefits of having such a longstanding blog is the ability to look back at sale cycles. Angie is one I ALWAYS watch for best baby sale prices.
When your child has a melt down in the grocery store or some equally mortifying...– Becoming Janel: Dear Moms of Littles
My Vintage Soul: Pick of the Patterns →
Do you choose the rummage sale or the yard sale? Funny definition of “good old lady stuff” vs “bad old lady stuff”
This Wasn't in The Plan: What I Made Wednesday:... →
A Soft Place to Land Win a Kimba Pin and Learn... →
Start Your Family: Path to Family Turns into Path... →
Keeping the Kingdom First: Coupon Myths: Busted... →
happy at home Harvest Your Own Sea Salt →
Sunday Salon: Ramblings and a Hymn Project at... →
Sherry needs to know your top 10 hymns.
MommySecrets: Neighborhood Gatherings - Summer... →
The poorer you are, the more things cost.– The High Cost of Poverty: Why the Poor Pay More - washingtonpost.com
Saving Money IN REAL LIFE: You Cannot Time The... →
I appreciate Michele’s reality check. Can you get too worried about buying everything at the lowest price?
Pleasant View Schoolhouse: A Ribbing Rose →
(Sighing with pleasure) Anna cuts off a sweater cuff and makes a fabric rose.
I like to keep things simple, easy and unfussy. If it looks like it took me a...– Keeping Things Simple: Real Life Accessories | The Inspired Room
Day 2 in The Happy Housewife’s Kitchen | Happy to... →
Toni shares a charming video showing how she makes homemade wheat bread. If a mother of 7 can turn out loaves with this much help and interruption, what am I waiting for?!?
Ms. Booty Homemaker Explains It All To You.:... →
Repurposing a cracked kiddie pool into a raised bed for strawberries
Muses of Megret » Very, very veggie lasagna. →
Meg’s Cooking Light summer lasagna Good tip for cheaper no-boil noodles
The Mother Load: 7 Tips For Leading a Balanced... →
must-read advice from my favorite blogger
Health, home, and happiness: What I've Learned...... →
I think this is the ideal way of eating for less. My family is not this consistent, and we still use coupons, but Cara inspires me to do better.
Cake Stand Greenhouse Pretty way to repurpose... →
Frugal Upstate: Quick Tip: Cleaning Sneakers →
Jenn recommends the Magic Eraser and shaving cream—2 things I’ve never used on shoes before! Andrew loves his Tevas so much, he wears them almost all year. For tennis shoes, I’m finding that a gray pair shows very little wear.
Home to Gilead...: Living Simply: Part 1: Sucking... →
A Simple Walk: Playing with Pop Bottles →
cool list of ways kids can play with plastic coke bottles Kate points out that each kid can have an identical one of his own, which in my house will mean a lot less bickering.
Money Saving Mom: Simple Ideas for... →
Chief Family Officer: Works for me: Make a quick... →
I would probably waste less lettuce if I learned to pack a salad upside down like Cathy does.