Being broke is no reason to skimp on mom this Mother’s Day. Continue reading Show Mom Some Love on a Shoestring
“Casserole” generally describes a dish cooked in one pot or dish – the fewer dishes the better! This recipe includes foods that you likely have on hand to make a quick, nutritious, delicious and low-cost meal.
It’s that time of year. If you’re lucky enough to have a little dirt to dig in, and the inclination to do so, maybe you’ve already tilled the soil and sprouted your seeds. Unfortunately, they don’t give gardening supplies away, but that doesn’t mean you have to miss out altogether. What is a budget gardener to do? Continue reading Digging up Gardening Supplies on the Cheap.
Chores are one of the banal realities of life. According to this article, women spend an average of 18 hours a week on household duties (men spend less time, but still several hours a week). That’s a lot of cleaning supplies. Statistics show we spend $42 a month on supplies, which adds up to over $500!! While it’s probably not wise to cut back on cleaning, you can cut costs on what you’re using to get the job done. Continue reading Dollar Store Cleaning Supplies are Just as Good as the Big Brands.
There’s lost of ways to trim your budget that most of us already know. Cook more and eat out less, shut of lights and turn down the heat (or A/C), shop at thrift stores, and so on. There are also ways to save some pennies (and dollars) that aren’t so obvious. Here’s our top 6 picks. Continue reading 6 Weird Ways to Save Money
Late winter is tough on people. Our vitamin D supplies are all but depleted, making us grumpy and tired. Folks on a tight budget are fed up with being cooped up, and shovelling snow is getting really old. Continue reading 9 DIY Cold and Flu Fighters