These are words that God poured out of me yesterday, after chatting with friends on Facebook about how important safety is in finding a home. In that conversation, a friend also pointed me to Flower Patch Farmgirl, who “just happened” to write this amazing post about contentment that same day and it really grabbed my heart too.… Continue reading Safe
Since my last Thrifty Thursday post was on my regular bread, I thought I’d stick with the theme and let you in on how easy and cheap Artisan Bread is to make. My sister got me the book, Artisan Bread in Five Minutes a Day, for my birthday a couple years ago. She knew I… Continue reading Thrifty Thursday :: Artisan Bread
There are endless ways to save money on cleaning. Just search on the web and you’ll get so many options you won’t know where to start. Now I’m going to add my ideas into the mix. These ways may not seem all that thrifty at first, but I have found that they really save me… Continue reading Thrifty Thursday :: Green Quality Cleaning
Image: Carlos Porto / FreeDigitalPhotos.net One of the ways that our family has been able to save some money on monthly expenses is by looking over our utility bills. One of those utilities is our phone. Here are some ways we have found that we can save on our phone bills each month. Ditch the… Continue reading Thrifty Thursday:: Saving Money on Your Phone Bill
Books, movies, and music are all things we love to have around. When you’re trying to save money you can’t just go out to see every great movie that’s out or shell out the $20 for the newest bestselling book. Here are some ways I have found to save and still be thoroughly entertained. Borrow… Continue reading Thrifty Thursday :: Media
One of the ways we save quite a bit of money is by cutting our own hair. By that I mean I cut everybody’s hair. We purchased a $20 pair of clippers, which is about the price of one haircut now-a-days. The clippers usually last around a year. I only use the clippers on the… Continue reading Saving Money on Haircuts
When trying to get out of debt, you weigh the importance of everything. One of those things for us was the second car. We weren’t sure if it was a necessity for our family. I usually don’t need it, but Jonathan does work some odd hours. It is nice having that second vehicle when he goes to… Continue reading Thrifty Thursday :: Auto Savings
When we first saw the amount of our debt, we didn’t know how we would be able to pay even our minimum payment. Even after making some changes at home, our budget was still pretty tight.
This SNL skit is priceless. Last week’s Thrifty Thursday
I have been hanging our clothes on our little IKEA hanging rack off and on for the last year. I bought a second rack this summer, because one just wasn’t enough for us, and I am so glad I did.