Melissa @ Mom’s Plans writes Our Adventures Picking Organic Strawberries and Making Homemade Jam – We saved $46.38 by making our own jam, and we have the added benefit of knowing exactly where our food came from and how it was prepared.
Prairie Eco Thrifter posts Benefits of the Great Outdoors saying “Why should you take time to be outside? Below are 6 reasons:”
Forest Parks @ Frugal Zeitgeist writes Lights, Camera, Extras: Becoming a Background Artist – This post looks at Forest’s experience working on TV and advertisements as an extra. He tells his story, looks at the pros and cons and how others can get into this line of work.
Brip Blap posts Top 10 Healthy and Frugal Foods saying “If you are concerned about your health and also concerned about your money, you’re often going to be concerned that the two appear to be in conflict. It’s tough to eat healthy on a budget (but the opposite isn’t true: it’s easy to eat horribly while spending a lot). There are heart-healthy foods anyone can eat that don’t cost a fortune. The trick is simple. Don’t eat processed foods, and eat smaller portions of the pricier foods. “
Earth and Money posts Planning a Green Frugal Wedding – Dishware saying “But when you’re trying to be frugal in planning a wedding, you have to do all the little things yourself – including buying or renting dishes.”
The Millionaire Nurse Blog posts Mushroom Magic saying “When you’re dealing with mushrooms, you’re not buying ‘seeds’ from Burpee. You’re buying mushroom spores. For knowledgeable science folk, you know spores are baby fungi, similar, but not the same as those that cause yeast infections.”
Prairie Eco Thrifter posts How to Eat Less Salt saying “It’s true that our bodies need some sodium to be able to function properly but many of us eat far more than this and are potentially putting our health at risk as a result. Most of the salt that we consume on a daily basis has been added to our food so even if you’re not in the habit of adding extra at the table, you’re probably consuming more than you think, especially once you start checking the nutrition labels and take stock of exactly how much salt you’re consuming in the average day.”