Sometimes you need an easy, budget-friendly meal right? For many people, that means reaching for the pasta. But, if you’re a Trim Healthy Mama follower or on a gluten-free diet that’s just not always an option. That’s why I heart spaghetti squash so much. It is so versatile, so good for you, and since it’s cheaper than gluten free pasta it’s good for the budget. Add some dark, leafy green… Continue Reading
So, you printed an ebook…what are your choices for keeping it all together? I’m going to share with you the simple, cheap, and easy method I devised the other day to bind eBooks using something you probably have in your desk drawer right now (and how I’ve made printing less aggravating, too). But first, let’s compare the pros and cons of some typical binding methods you’ve probably already used.
We are oddballs. We purposely live on one income in a society that says you just can’t make it unless both parents work outside the home. It’s a choice we made for our family, because we felt it was best for this momma to be home with the kiddos. We do without a lot of things. Never necessities, and I’m so blessed that we lay down to sleep at night… Continue Reading
My From The Farm Blog Hop Favorite… Have you ever done the 52 Week Savings Challenge? I had come across this some time ago, but in the middle of the year, so I never started it. I’d like to do this so now is the perfect time to start! Fortunately, catching up this early in the challenge won’t break the budget. So, head on over to NEPA Mom, print out the… Continue Reading
If you love the way a bird turns out in those plastic oven bags, but wish there was an alternative then I’m here to make that wish come true for you. Plastics can impart unhealthy chemicals into foods, so if you’ve gone to the trouble to source local, pastured, organic poultry you don’t want to ruin it with petrochemicals right? Today, I’m sharing how I make delicious, moist, tender and flavorful… Continue Reading
Do you cringe when you have to throw away leftover food? If you are a Trim Healthy Mama, you know the pain of wasted food – especially when that leftover dish was made with Baking Blend or organic, grassfed gelatin. I try very hard not to waste food in general, but I’m even more vigilant about my precious THM ingredients! One trash-day morning, I decided to clean out the fridge… Continue Reading
Being a one income family means that sometimes it’s tough to make ends meet. But, I would rather pinch pennies by living frugally now and have time with my children when they are young than have more money. That may sound crazy, but that’s me. Here’s a few things that we do: LIVING FRUGALLY TIP #1 Don’t Keep Up With the Joneses We have always done things a little differently than most… Continue Reading