In thinking about ways to save money and be frugal, the best way I think to do so is to learn to stay home and your enjoy your home. I understand sometimes we don’t live where we thought we would, our homes don’t exactly match that dream home we thought of when we were teenagers, […]
Simple, Achievable Frugality
Frugality often makes simple, seasonal living not only more possible but also less stressful, learn how to find contentment with your means here.
As a person who is dedicated to doing as much as possible with my hands, I’m an avid crafter and tinkerer. I’m also aggressively frugal. Over the years I’ve learned how to keep all my D.I.Y. projects in line with my frugal and simple living philosophies. If you’re trying how to keep crafting while also saving […]
I’m a planner, a list-maker. I have a lot of goals and dreams, always, and I’ve learned that the only way to make them happen is to 1) make them a priority, and 2) stay organized. The thing about organization is that it doesn’t have to be rigid, in fact, I’m learning the more organized I am, […]
As the holidays approach, many of us plan celebrations and feasts that can go completely over-the-top. This isn’t necessarily a bad thing, a feast by its very definition is “an elaborate and usually abundant meal often accompanied by a ceremony or entertainment.” However, putting together a feast on a budget can be a challenge. The thing I’m learning […]
Years ago, I read the book, Coming Home to Eat by Gary Paul Nabhan. It dramatically changed how I look at food and my local community. The book created in me a huge desire to create a community of local food enthusiasts. In the years since, I’ve worked at creating a local food community. It’s […]
Are you trying to live a more homespun seasonal life, maybe thinking about homesteading? Maybe you’ve already begun taking steps to live a life that is built from your own hands. It doesn’t matter if you’re living in the city or in the country, there are some things everyone can do to get and stayed prepared for a […]