1. My family has been transitioning into more buget conscious mode of living. I have always made meal plan and grocery list and tried to be as savvy with using sale versus brand.
    Now that I’m living with my adult daughter and her daughter and we are sharing custody of her nephew and niece we are really working hard to become more financially stable. We are doing meal planning to include secondary meals, making grocery lists, checking sales and I have finally convinced my daughter to start looking to see if there are any coupons and sales we can use. We are getting ready to start a large garden this spring for not only immediate use but we are hoping to be able to get enough for canning, freezing, and dehydrating. What we can’t get from our own garden we are using local farmer market and also pick your own sites. We are looking into local meat to freeze. A coworker who didnt have much luck with chickens is giving us all the materials to make our own coop.

    1. Saving and Simplicity says:

      Carol it sounds like you are doing a great job. Keep me posted on the gardening (I love harvest season) and your frugal living. Have an amazing day.

  2. Enjoyed your article. What face moisturizer do you use?

    1. Saving and Simplicity says:

      Hi Wanda, Thank you for your comment. As far as facial moisturizer I love Aloe Vera lotion. It’s simple and it works. Have a great day.

  3. Where do you buy Fruit of the Earth products?

    1. Saving and Simplicity says:

      Hi Sharon,I get them through Amazon and Walmart. I love Fruit of the Earth. Have a great day.

  4. Edith Taylor says:

    I’m just starting out on my frugal living journey. I live in the UK and unfortunately we don’t have Farmers Markets over here that I know of however some of your other ideas I am going to have a try at. I’ve always wanted to try to grow my own fruit and veg. I have a pet rabbit called Harry who I am sure would love “home grown” veg as well as his mummy. I have started to compile a budget and have been scouring the internet for hints and tips for making ends meet. I look forward to seeing more of your posts and hope to gain inspiration from your blog.

    Best wishes

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