Frugal Living

Homemade Dishwasher Detergent Powder

10 Tips for a Warm Home this Winter

Laundry:  Country Style 

Line Drying in the Winter

How and why I Dehydrate Aloe Vera

Thrive Market and why I love it

Dehydrating Grapefruit rinds & making Citrus Zest

Repurposing old t-shirts


Other uses for toothpaste

Repurposing old socks & clothing

Cheap flea killer for dogs

Green Beans & Tomatoes

How our family of 4 lives off $1300 a month

Make your own Instant Oatmeal packets

Homemade TV dinners

How to Save Money

Homemade Laundry Detergent

Homemade Play-Doh

Homemade Fabric Softener

How to make a Ball

Root Cellar

Once a Month Shopping

Monthly Shopping Photos

How to Freeze Eggs

Frugal Living Video Blog Post #1

Frugal Living Video Blog Post #2: Don't waste nothing

Frugal Living Video Blog Post #3:  Stocking Up 

Homemade Steak Sauce

Homemade Taco Seasonings

How to make Powdered Eggs

Regrowing Green Onions

Cooking eggs in a waffle iron

Dehydrating Coffee Grounds

Homemade Humming Bird Nectar 

Making, bagging, and freezing homemade french fries 

Saving Money:  Shaving a ham 

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  1. i love the articles and you can thank countrified hicks for introducing me to you and i would love to have some of your knifes you can never have to many great knifes

  2. I also use potato water to whiten my whites. Just save left over water that you have boiled potatoes in and add it to your wash cycle (or in your case your bucket) swish it around or if in a washing machine machine run it through your regular cycle. Clothes come out clean and fresh and whites come out whiter! I use it on my husbands work uniform and the whites are very white!!


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