Category Archives for Frugal Living

Frugal Tips for Wearing Green

If you’re heading out this weekend for St. Patrick’s Day, be sure to put on something green to avoid getting pinched. Thankfully this year St. Patrick’s Day falls on a Sunday, meaning that you don’t have to worry about green clothes for the kids to wear to school if you don’t want to. But for […]

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Put Items Back – Frugal Tip

A close friend of mine shared a great frugal shopping strategy with me. Anytime you go to the store, do your shopping and right before you head to the cash register, find at least one or two items you don’t absolutely need and put them back. This works particularly well when you don’t shop with […]

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Frugal Valentine’s Day Ideas

I came across the following ideas in an old HBHW newsletter edition. My friend Tawra from Living On A Dime shared some cute last minute Valentine’s Day ideas that are fun and inexpensive. Do something fun for the kids and your spouse today. Happy Valentine’s Day! Valentine’s Day On A Dime by Tawra Kellam Using […]

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Educational Fun For Kids – History Notebooking

It’s so important to keep working on educational stuff over the summer. I’m sure I don’t have to tell you that. Why not have some fun this go around by creating some educational notebooks. Here’s an idea for a History version… Oh! Let’s Try Notebooking For History! By Cindy Rushton www.HillbillyHousewife.com/notebooks Notebooking… Yes! Notebooking for […]

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Getting Started With Notebooking

I’ve shared a few articles on notebooking for science and history with you earlier. I’m sure by now you and your kids are ready to get started. It’s much simpler than you think. Here’s Cindy with some great tips for getting started with notebooking. Let’s Try Notebooking By Cindy Rushton www.HillbillyHousewife.com/notebooks Notebooking … ahhh, just […]

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