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63 Practical Tips to Live a Frugal Life — Did you know that no matter how much money they make, more than 70% people in the US have less than $1000 in savings? Crazy, right? What's more interesting is that this doesn't have anything to do with income.

63 Practical Tips to Live a Frugal Life

63 Practical Tips to Live a Frugal Life — Did you know that no matter how much money they make, more than 70% people in the US have less than $1000 in savings? Crazy, right? What's more interesting is that this doesn't have anything to do with income.

Cooking & Baking Ingredients That Never Go Bad - Can these ingredients last forever? Better stock up!

These 8 ingredients each have an indefinite shelf life when stored correctly.

Another terrific reason to shop resale, thrift and consignment as often as is feasible (which is pretty darn often in HowToConsign.com's opinion!)

7 Reasons to Buy Old Cookbooks - Survival Mom

It's a good idea to buy old cookbooks, because they contain classic recipes using fewer processed foods, require few gadgets, and more!

20+ Foods that must be re-packaged for long-term storage and how to repackage them - Survival Mom

20+ Foods that must be re-packaged for long-term storage and how to repackage them - Survival Mom

Keep your pantry organized by storing herbs, nuts, and seeds in Ball jars. Storing food in Ball jars. Next someone will try preserving food in them.

82 Awesome Depression Era Recipes  During the Great Depression, unemployment was high, jobs were hard to come by and lots of folks had trouble putting food on the table because their meager budgets were stretched to the limit. Sounds familiar doesn’t it? With the U.S still recovering from one of …

82 Awesome Depression Era Recipes

How To Make A Wonder Oven: Heat Retention Cooker - The insulation of the wonder oven (also called a "wonder box") will slow your food’s loss of heat keeping at cooking temperatures for hours. This is a great project if you want to be more frugal and save money on gas or electricity and certainly a good idea to have one and know how to use one if the power goes out.  photo credit: aprildawnbird "Wonder Oven" via Etsy

Wonder Oven - Heat Retention Cooker

17 Things You Probably Didn’t Know About Honey, But Should - I thought I knew everything there was to know about honey. I say that because my father keeps bees and produces his own honey, which is delicious by the way.

17 Things You Probably Didn’t Know About Honey, But Should

17 Things You Probably Didn’t Know About Honey. I was blown away and now I get to look at honey in a total new light. Honey is great for a lot of things

Using a Wood Burning Stove to Cook Off Grid — Using a wood burning stove to cook off grid is not as easy as many people would think! Sure, anyone could start a fire in the stove, put food into a pot or pan and heat it up but would it taste good? Will it be cooked enough so no one gets sick? There is a real skill involved!

Using a Wood Burning Stove to Cook Off Grid

Using a wood burning stove to cook off grid is not as easy as many people would think! As with anything, it takes practice to cook off grid!

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