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Frugality 101: Eat Your Weeds

We have extreme climate conditions here in Minnesota. One week we’re buried under 18 inches of snow, and the next week the weeds are a foot tall. That’s what it feels like, anyhow. The growth is frantic here once the

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5 Ways You Can Save Money This Summer

Anyone else ready for summer? Me, too! That’s why I picked this post for Flashback Friday. Read on to find out how to save money this summer… If you are a saver or want to become one, the BEST season

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Flashback Friday: The Fruit That Keeps on Giving

We’re flashing back this Friday to Mary Ellen’s post about the versatile fruit: the green tomato. And try out her recipe at the end of the post! It’s been a good garden year for me.  I’ve supplied my household, friends,

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Summer Vacation on a Budget

Summer is an amazing time to make long-lasting summer memories with your kiddos.  Studies find that children get more enjoyment out of quality time and building memories than any material item.  How wonderful is that?  Certainly taking an amazing family

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Create curb appeal on a budget

We’re flashing back this Friday to Ashley’s post about how to get back your home’s curb appeal without breaking your back…or the bank. Work with what you have Improving your landscape starts with what you already have. Taking the time to

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