Here are some ideas and articles for your frugal living reading pleasure:
Our friend, Kate, linked to this great Christmas activity to do with kids. So, I’m stealing her link. I think I may do this with my kids for the 12 days of Christmas and get my books from the library.
While we’re on the subject of our friend, Kate, you should really be reading her blog. It has nothing to do with saving money, but she is funny and kind and oftentimes very insightful.
If you’re interested in blogging, read this article on how to use Blogger. Blogger is free and fairly easy to use.
Blistfully Domestic has a good post on using a price book to save money and how to start one. I haven’t completely taken the price book plunge, though we are working on a price list for Frugal Living.
Decorate your home for Christmas using cranberries. Looks fairly easy and inexpensive.
Here’s a cool way to use bottlecaps to make an Advent calendar. The author also links to her plan for Advent. Inspiring. Perhaps I will be posting my own soon.
Our friend, Emily, has started her own finance blog, Making Dough. She has great ideas and is a fantastic writer. Check out her post on finding deals on organic and healthy options. We will be linking to this girl again.
And, just to prove that I indeed made homemade rolls for Thanksgiving, here is a picture of Willy “helping” me. I told him to turn the mixer off and turned away. I immediately thought, “He’s going to turn it up instead of off.” And sure enough, he did.
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