|Here is a picture of the latest sweater I'm recycling for yarn (Gus is helping me out).|
http://oursimplelife-sc.com/how-we-live-within-means/ this is inspiring.
http://prudentbaby.com/2013/04/baby-kid/how-to-sew-a-jersey-knit-dress-2-ways-free-pattern/ this would be cute with a little tee under it.
this too is a cute dress
http://premeditatedleftovers.com/naturally-frugal-living/cut-grocery-bill-eating-real-food/#_a5y_p=2256956 great info here
http://premeditatedleftovers.com/naturally-frugal-living/naturally-frugal-tip-upcycle-old-sweaters/#_a5y_p=2410651 good to recycle
Right now I am taking apart a sweater for the yarn http://www.youtube.com/user/NeauveauFiberArts this is the best I have seen explaining it.
http://www.blissfulanddomestic.com/2012/03/31-days-to-yumminess-grocery-shopping.html this has helpful ideas.
“Comparison is the thief of joy” - Theodore Roosevelt. How true this statement is…food for thought.
http://andthenwesaved.com/my-spending-diet-guidelines/ some great ideas here as well.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D7Aen1ffHpQ this is a great beginner knitting project
Remember gift giving time is coming plan for it wisely, lock up the plastic…..get an early start. Things get so stressful to wait to the end.
Google some gift ideas that will not break the bank.
Remember to put food storage on your list. Also things like dehydrator, vacuum sealer, pressure canner... things that will assist you in getting your storage a huge boost.
Keep working on your storage at the same time keeping it up and rotating it, we can multi-task can’t we?
What wouldn’t you sacrifice for your family?
Teach your children to sew on buttons, cook a simple food item, help them with the things that could help on a mission how to iron a shirt a dress how to wash clothes not just the folding but start to finish.
Keep doing the best you can!