This past week I started a new series at Saving Money Plan that follows simple ideas to stay frugal while doing those every day at home tasks like laundry, cleaning, and cooking. I started the series out with this week’s post:

Saving At Home: Five Ways to Save on Laundry

I then headed over to Saving Naturally to share some age-old wisdom from one of our favorite books:

Seven Principles From Ma Ingalls on Saving Money

Finally, here is a meal we are eating frequently around these parts as part of our new off-grid repertoire:

Easy Cheap Nourishing: Homemade Bean Tostadas

I’d love to hear from y’all on your frugal thoughts on these topics.

 

2 Responses to This Week’s Frugal Talk: Laundry, Ma Ingalls, and Bean Tostadas

  1. Julie-Ann says:

    That is a beautiful stove! What type is it?
    Thank you for your tips! I hope you are feeling well.

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    Shannon Reply:

    Julie-Ann – It is a US Stove Company Logwood. Unfortunately, after we brought it home, we saw in the fine print that the US Stove Company stove was made in China :( . So far, though, it is a great stove. Made breakfast on it this morning!

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