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Old-Fashioned Frugal Homemaker

Today I’m going to be sharing with you 15 ways that you can save your family money by being a good old-fashioned frugal homemaker.

Old Fashioned homemaker

Make Bread

Your money goes a lot farther with a jar of yeast and a bag a flour than it does on the bread aisle at the store.

Reverse Meal Plan Don’t just think of a list of meals that sound good, but go through your pantry and see how many meals that you can come up with and then stock up on what is on sale at the grocery store that week.

Eat at Home Always be thinking ahead, prepping for the next meal and you won’t be caught with hungry kids and nothing to feed them. Don’t over complicate it.

Grow a Garden Growing a garden is a great way to save money, if you can grow what you would normally be buying at the grocery store.

Buy in Bulk Only buy in bulk what your family eats and if you have a way to store it properly, otherwise it can end up costing you money.

More Ideas

* DIY Everything:   Pretty much anything can   be made at home instead of   purchased if you put your   mind to it. * Eat and Preserve in Season:   Canning, freezing and   dehydrating are great skills   to look into.


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