This post is part of a series based on Laine’s Home Economics: 50 Ways We Paid Off Our House on One Income. Previous posts in the series are listed on my Budget page. Laine is a Christian woman living with her family in California and living off one income. I first started following her via […]
– Edna St. Vincent Millay, Spring Rather I should have started with a quote by T.S. Elliot – “April is the cruelest month” since as I write this, it’s snowing out. Nature’s joke on us! Real Food In our area, most farmers markets won’t open until mid-May. However, Lancaster Farm Fresh 4 Season Harvest has […]
$2 Tuesdays Winter Clothing Clearance – Every Tuesday in February women’s & men’s winter wear is $2, and kid’s winter wear is $1. The first $2 Tuesday is February 1st, so don’t miss it!
I definitely believe that if you let go of stuff so that it can bless other people, that what you need will come to you. On Saturday, I let go of a lot of stuff at Goodwill, some of it I had held onto for “some day.” I still couldn’t get rid of the stamps […]
After dropping off a load of donations, including a plastic pitcher, I found this glass pitcher at Goodwill this week for $4. It’s hard to see in the photograph, but a golden keyhole design runs around the pitcher just above the white flowers. I liked the combination of Greek and Asian elements, even though it’s […]