“When you are living on a tight budget like my family is you have to find ways to save $$ in every department! Here are some ideas for saving money on doing laundry…”
12 tips to help you save money eating out at restaurants, and real life examples of how my family of six saves BIG!
I really wanted some cute markers to show what was growing where in my garden. The old tiles I found in our workshop were just what I needed for this do-it-yourself craft project!
If I told you it was possible to make your own paint for less than .50 cents per gallon, would you believe me?
I just LOVE it when I happen upon a super good deal. And this is one that ended up being one of the best!
High return and almost no risk… here’s how we’re investing our tax refund!
And here’s how the greenhouse is looking now! Not done yet, but it sure is coming along nicely! (Not bad for only $5!)
Create an emergency candle using the leftover grease from your frying pan! Here are my observations…
We’re building a greenhouse completely from salvaged scraps. See how it’s coming along!
Hey… works for me!
I am SUPER pleased with how this room turned out. For only the cost of a can of paint and a paintbrush, I turned the boys’ bedroom into something I can be proud to show off!
Here’s how I save big bucks on baby powder.
Spending extra money you may occasionally have on something that will actually save you money over time is a great way to snowball your way to some real financial freedom!
Heather shares a few tricks she has learned when it comes to entertaining house guests on a tight budget. She also includes her family’s special spaghetti sauce recipe!
Here it is guys. Proof that you don’t need a dime to give a new look to any room in your home!
Proof that it doesn’t take a fortune to create a cute and organized playroom.