Category Archives: Frugal Living

Inexpensive or free things to do this weekend!

TweetIt’s the weekend again and that means the kids will want to do something fun.  They want to be entertained.  This morning my husband and I were trying to come up with inexpensive or free things to do this weekend.Read More

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Alternative Weed Barriers

TweetWith the weather being so nice here in Northern Utah (with the exception of today) we have been concentrating hard on getting our yard in shape for the summer.  A big issue we have had in the past is gettingRead More

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Yummy recipes for that leftover ham!

Tweet     Yesterday we talked about all of the Easter leftovers and the leftover ham. We talked about lots of great ways to use that ham. I promised that today we’d share some of my favorite recipes and hereRead More

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Leftover ham – what to do?

Tweet The Easter holiday has come and gone but there are probably lots of remnants of Easter around your house. Are there baskets filled with come candy and mostly wrappers? How about little bits of Easter grass hiding here andRead More

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Grab those Easter clearance items!

Tweet   Remember previously when we talked about how much I LOVE holidays? Easter is no exception – I love this holiday too. I love the the family fun, the decorations, the happy kids, the candy – all of it!Read More

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Fun things to make with plastic Easter eggs!

Tweet Easter is almost here! Are you ready yet? Have you dyed the eggs? Filled the baskets? Bought all of the candy, prizes and treats? I bet most of you aren’t quite ready – I know I am not quiteRead More

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Use up those leftover hard boiled eggs!

Tweet Easter is almost here! There will be lots of fun activities and candy. There will also be lots of hard boiled eggs to color and dye! What do you do with all of those eggs after you color them?Read More

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Teen Easter baskets – what to do?

Tweet   Yesterday we talked about Peter Cottontail hopping down the bunny trail… and asked what is he bringing to your house? We talked about how in most of the homes in America he will be bringing treats and candy.Read More

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Easter baskets – Non-candy basket filler ideas!

Tweet   Here comes Peter Cottontail, hopping down the bunny trail… what is he bringing to your house? If you are like most of the homes in America he will be bringing treats and candy. Add that to all ofRead More

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Augason Farms 30-Day Emergency Food Storage Pail – $85.00!

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