Ripley Victory Garden 2022

I posted a month or so ago My Garden and Preserving Goals for 2022 and have been working towards those goals since then. So far this year I have planted: Garlic Sweet peppers Lunchbox peppers Eggplant Cauliflower Broccoli Peas Tomatoes Rhubarb Basil Onions Potatoes I purchased 2 blueberry, 12 asparagus, and a new cherry treeContinue reading “Ripley Victory Garden 2022”

Week 22 – What We are Eating and How Much We Spent on Groceries

It’s been a few weeks since I posted what we are eating and grocery costs. My goal was to keep costs under $100 per week but I just haven’t gotten there yet and this week is no exception. I spent $110.00 at the Marketplace and even though I canceled my subscription to Misfit Market theyContinue reading “Week 22 – What We are Eating and How Much We Spent on Groceries”

Getting Rid of our Junk Week 8 of 54

For week 8, I pulled a King which means 75 items to purge or a large project. There has been a very large project that I have been putting off since last year so I kicked myself in the behind this week and started working on it. I went to the hardware store and purchaseContinue reading “Getting Rid of our Junk Week 8 of 54”

Getting Rid of our Junk Week 7 of 54

For week 7, I pulled a Jack which meant 25 items to purge. This week I decided to use the Jack for a project instead of just getting rid of 25 items. I have been procrastinating on cleaning my kitchen desk. It is a dumping ground for junk and mail and books and papers. HereContinue reading “Getting Rid of our Junk Week 7 of 54”

Getting Rid of our Junk Week 5 and 6 of 54

For week 5, I pulled a Queen which means 50 items and because I was so late with week 5 I pulled week 6 along with it and got a 2. Each week I try to pick an area to declutter and my husband and son brought up this week’s area. My son was commentingContinue reading “Getting Rid of our Junk Week 5 and 6 of 54”

White Bread Recipe Step By Step

This recipe is for a basic white bread. This dough can be used as a base for just about anything. Add raisins and you have raisin bread, add blueberries and cinnamon brown sugar and roll it and you have a wonderful breakfast bread or braid it and top it with pepperoni and cheese and youContinue reading “White Bread Recipe Step By Step”

Getting Rid of our Junk Week 4 of 54

For week 4, I pulled a Joker. This is the highest card to pull and thankfully there are only 2 of them. Oh did I have fun with this card. Last Saturday with it being so gloomy I turned my phone off, turned on Blue Bloods in the bedroom and spent 3 hours going throughContinue reading “Getting Rid of our Junk Week 4 of 54”

Project – Joyce’s Rose

I have been a stitcher for over 35 years and have completed so many projects. Some I have given as gifts and some I have kept for myself. The project I am currently working on is very special to me. Both my mother-in-law and father-in-law have dementia. It’s been very hard because there is noContinue reading “Project – Joyce’s Rose”

Week 17 – What We are Eating and How Much We Spent on Groceries

It’s been a few weeks since I posted what we are eating and grocery costs. In week 15 I spent about $200 on all kinds of fun stuff so for weeks 16 and 17 I haven’t spent much at all. Week 16 was $48.96 and this week I spent $49.17. The only meat I boughtContinue reading “Week 17 – What We are Eating and How Much We Spent on Groceries”

Getting Rid of our Junk Week 3 of 54

I had an interesting response from a reader after last week’s post. The reader loved the idea of clearing the clutter in her own home but didn’t feel that they really had that much stuff and she would struggle with the high cards such as the Kings which would be 100 items. I want toContinue reading “Getting Rid of our Junk Week 3 of 54”

One Hundred Dollars a Month

I am your typical housewife living in high maintenance suburbia. I have a handsome husband, 2 kids and a flock of pet chickens. I try and feed my family with $100 a month. With the help of coupons, gardening and bartering I am able to squeeze the most out of our grocery budget and still manage to have a little fun along the way.

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The Snail of Happiness

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Cocktails In The Library

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Midwest mattie

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Sewing Etc.

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Debt Free Hopeful

“Love recognizes no barriers. It jumps hurdles, leaps fences, penetrates walls to arrive at its destination full of hope.” — Maya Angelou

theuntoldblogofeli

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Ever The Crafter

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life on less

living life with less debt