Saving money

4 Reasons Basic Sewing Skills are Important

At 5 foot 1 inch, the basic value of sewing was a principle that I came to understand relatively early. Outside of the occasional find in the petite section of the department store I am sure that I do not own a single pair of pants and a single long

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D.I.Y. Castile Soap Body Wash

So, as I mentioned in my post about creating your own sugar scrub, I am in the process of transitioning many of my beauty products over from store bought to homemade. My goals in doing this are to: Reduce physical waste by being able to reuse existing containers Limit my

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Re-Growing Green Onions

This is a tip I’m sure many of you have seen or heard before. I know I had seen a few tutorials floating around on Pinterest here or there but I always just over looked them, thinking that it seemed silly to regrow something that wasn’t all that expensive in

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Savings Tip for Tomorrow- Free Cup of Coffee

For most people, a big part of homesteading is frugality and simple living. Buying clothes from thrift stores, buying used cars, making food at home instead of buying out, and taking advantage of sales and deals when the opportunity strikes are all important. Tomorrow is one of those opportunities. If

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Easy DIY Laundry Detergent

I’ve been making my own laundry detergent for a few months now, but this past weekend it was time to restock so I thought it may be a good time to share the process with all of you. With the start of the new year I began reevaluating how to

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Shop Local Saturday!

 While my husband and I usually enjoy our weekly trip to the Farmer’s Market on Friday, this week we were visiting with family on Friday so I took a solo trip to the market on Thursday. My goal this week was to focus on at least one food that was

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Nutritional therapist Jesse

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I empower women autoimmune warriors to reclaim their health by teaching each woman how to make the right food choices to heal her body while confidently owning her journey so she can live a vibrant life with chronic illness.


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