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Thrifty Thursday #47

Anna  from Feminine Adventures and I would love to have you join us for our weekly Thrifty Thursday Link Up! Posts about living frugally, thrifty tips and tricks, money-saving DIY projects and gardening, frugal recipes, and encouraging posts on financial stewardship are all welcome. Link up to either of our blogs–your post will be displayed in […] Read more…

Thrifty Thursday #41

I am busy redoing an entryway closet (photos coming soon!) and Anna’s had sick kids, so this week we’ll bring you some of our favorites from last week. Practical Stewardship shared 12 foods you might not of thought to make in the crockpot. Some of the ideas were definitely new to me! Just Being Me […] Read more…

Thrifty Thursday Break

Hi all! Anna and I will be taking a break from Thrifty Thursday until after the New Year! In the meantime, enjoy looking through all the great ideas from past weeks! Have a very Merry Christmas and hope to see you all back at our link-up on January 10, 2013! Read more…

Thrifty Thursday #38

We’re so thankful for all of you who have linked up at Thrifty Thursday! Here are a few of our favorites from last week: Just in time for Christmas, here are some great ways to wrap your presents with re-purposed paper. Small Footprint Family shared a recipe for The Easiest Crockpot Chicken Stock Ever. The […] Read more…

Thrifty Thursday Guidelines

Hi, everyone! Here are some guidelines for Thrifty Thursday, the weekly blog hop I co-host with Anna from Feminine Adventures. Thrifty Thursday is designed for sharing frugal and thrifty ideas! Posts about living frugally, thrifty tips and tricks, money-saving DIY projects, frugal recipes, and encouraging posts on financial stewardship are all welcome. Link up at either of our blogs–your post will be […] Read more…

7 Realistic Ways to Eat Real Food on a Budget

Sometimes I come across blog posts or magazine articles about eating “real food”. Real food is basically foods that are natural, whole, unrefined and eaten as close to its original state as possible (i.e. a banana rather than banana flavored cereal). This definition does not include highly processed and refined food products, fast food and stuff out of […] Read more…

Leavin’ on a Jet Plane……or in a Minivan

This morning we’re heading off to a 10 day vacation in Illinois to visit family and friends! The blog will be quiet for these next couple of weeks with the exception of the Thrifty Thursday link-up, which will still be up and running! “See” you when I return….and hopefully I’ll have some good stories and […] Read more…

Does Your Money Have a Purpose Statement?

photo credit Here at The Purposeful Mom, I’ve talked some about money, more specifically our journey to living debt-free. That series was a springboard for Thrifty Thursday, where we can share money-saving tips and stewardship advice! I’m thinking that I want to go into this whole idea of money and how we spend it even further.Some of […] Read more…