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Dispelling the Myths: Why Cloth Diapering is Truly Easier Than it Seemsby  

I've been cloth diapering for over 6 years, but I still sometimes find myself surprised by the strange looks and the mistaken opinions that most people have when the topic arises. I want to dispel some myths in what will... Read More

Meal Plans from “100 Days of Real Food”by  

[caption id="attachment_11464" align="alignnone" width="500"] The Leake family photographed by: www.shannancasper.com[/caption] Written by Lisa Leake, Guest Writer At the beginning of last year our eating habits were just like those of any other average family. We thought we were making fairly... Read More

Lessons I’ve Learned In Frugalityby  

Written by Beth Corcoran, Contributing Writer I will be honest with you. When I found out that I needed to write about frugality for my blog post this month, my heart sunk.  You see, frugality is something that I have... Read More

Frugality as a Means of Giving (and Meet Keeper of the Home’s New Sponsor Child!)by  

Why do you practice frugality? It's such a hot topic these days, how to save money and do more with less. We read about it, talk to our friends about it, put great amounts of effort into living it. What's... Read More

Waste Not, Want Not: Lessons in Frugality for Childrenby  

Written by Meg Dickey, Contributing Writer As we seek to train our children well, one of our family's major learning points is to teach our children the art of frugality.  Frugality is making good choices with the resources God has... Read More

How to Save Money and Score Big At Garage Salesby  

I love garage sales and our house is full of garage sale finds, bought for a song (sorry, no dance). Frugality is the topic of the month, and I happen to think that buying used is one of the most... Read More

Real Food on a Real Budget: Using Cashby  

This week I will be running some excerpts from my new book, Real Food on a Real Budget: How to Eat Healthy for Less. They will be short selections from a few different chapters, just to give you an idea... Read More

Whole Chickens – Less Waste, More Mouth-Watering Goodnessby  

By Sharon Kaufman, Contributing Writer Without exception, I always buy whole chickens – free-range, sustainably raised, local whole chickens. You may wonder why I bother with whole chickens when I could simply buy the particular cut I want, prepackaged, and... Read More

From the Wedding to Wise Stewardship- A Frugality Story Continuedby  

As many of you guessed in the first installment, From Innocence to Irresponsibility, this story has a happy ending. Allow me to continue it... ******* It was a humbling thing, to be engaged to a man who had no debt... Read More

From Innocence to Irresponsibility-A Frugality Storyby  

Once upon a time there was a little girl who couldn't understand why her clothes were bought at Value Village and Walmart, and why Santa didn't bring the right brand name items on her Christmas list. She hurriedly rushed out... Read More

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