There are so many things that you can DIY at home instead of buying! Start creating your ungrocery list!
Many people are looking for ways to get out of debt. If that’s you, you’re probably doing one or more of these things that are keeping you there.
Quickly mix up this all natural organic ant spray and get rid of the pests that have invaded your kitchen
How did people wash dishes without dish soap? Soap is a good thing to take dirt from our hands and clothes, it’s a very nasty thing to eat
Buying in bulk to save money? Here are some tips to keep from spending too much money or wasting what you do spend.
If life feels out of control, a calendar – with colored coding and other features – can make sense of it
Organizing your home is more than filling boxes and bins with stuff. Some things must be close at hand – but not everything. The three tier system of organizing changes the way you think about the stuff in your home or home office.
House plants don’t just look pretty. Many of them do a great job of air purification. Here are five houseplants that purify the air effectively while looking great.
Quickly make your own aloe vera lotion for face and body using your choice of essential oils, and moisturize your skin naturally. No need to buy a commercial aloe vera moisturizer – DIY and save money!
Money has no value in and of itself. It can not feed, shelter or clothe you. There are only four things money can buy.
Garage storage can mean the difference between a useful garage and one so cluttered that you can’t fit your car in.
There are no Easter bunnies in the Bible, and no record of children painting eggs or hunting for baskets of goodies. But it’s still suitable for a Bible-believing Christian household!
Fixing a broken flashlight glass might seem a bit old school, but the fact is most preppers and homesteaders have at least a few of these around the house.
Earth friendly laundry is possible with just a few simple changes. The best part of having a green laundry routine is that you’ll save money and be healthier in the process!
Have a zero waste Easter party this year and celebrate new life, renewal, and hope without harming the environment.
Basement water damage after flooding needs to be dealt with right away before mold and mildew grow. The process is easy but a bit long. Here’s what you need to do.
An organized home office helps you keep track of files and paperwork whether you’re running a household or a business!
Finished or concrete, storage or rec room, it is awful to realize that you have a flood in the basement! Here’s what to do!
5 frugal green cleaners that are found in every kitchen and will clean just as well, maybe better, than the commercial chemical cleaners.
Have I completely lost my mind – you’re asking “Should I pay off my mortgage early?” and I’m recommending that you don’t? That you hold onto a huge, interest-bearing debt early? Clearly I’ve lost my marbles.
One of the most defining – and obvious – characteristics of Plain people is their clothing. Mennonite modest clothing is immediately recognizable, . Let’s answer the question – why do the Mennonites dress like that?
Melt and pour soap is so easy because the hard, dangerous part is done for you. Here are simple instructions to make a decadent lavender soap.
Declutter and save money around the house. Not only will decluttering increase health and happiness, it can fatten your wallet, too!
Half the world is flooding while half is in a drought! It serves us all to learn how to save water. Here are some simple ways to conserve water.