Category Archives for Frugal Living

New Year Begins Happily With A Freezer Full Of Leftovers

One of my favorite parts about cooking big Thanksgiving, Christmas, and New Year’s dinners is all the leftovers in my freezer. It’s such a pleasure to just open the door and have the beginnings to a warm and filling meal right there in front of me. I normally sit down for a few minutes right […]

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Living On A Dime Extravaganza ~ Don’t Miss This!

Jump Start Your New Year’s Goals! Does your budget need a boost? The Living On A Dime Extravaganza e-book series can help turn it around! The Living On A Dime Extravaganza includes 13 money saving Living On A Dime e-books to save you money and make your life easier by helping you fix the leak […]

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Bathroom Update On A Budget

Image via Wikipedia I’m always looking for affordable ways to update the look of my home. Currently, my guest bathroom – the one the kids use on a daily basis and I’m afraid to go into on most days is in need of an updated look.  So, to give my guest bathroom an new look […]

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Fall Crockpot Dinners

Fall is my favorite season. The air is crisp and cool, the trees explode in beautiful autumn colors and it is harvest time. It’s also finally cool enough to cook some of my favorite fall crockpot dinners. Today I’d love to share just a few of my favorite recipes with you. Let’s start with some […]

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Surprise Your Kids With Some Yummy Fruit Smoothies This Week

Image via Wikipedia You are going to love my frugal tip for you this week. It’s all about getting your kids to consume more fruits and even vegetables. During these hot summer months there is lost of fresh produce available all over the place. But often the hardest part is not finding delicious fruits and […]

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Summer Time Calls For Some Salads

When it’s hot outside, I often don’t feel like stirring pots in the kitchen.With temperatures already soaring up in the high 90s here in the south, it’s all the air conditioner can do to somewhat cool down the house. No need to add more heat by turning on the stove or oven. But we still […]

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