I like this because it is just prudent to do. If it is just our way of life, that can't be bad. At some point it is just replacing what you use.
https://theprudenthomemaker.com/how-we-saved-money-the-fourth-week-of-november-2/ - I love this gal, a great example to all.
https://theprudenthomemaker.com/encouragement/ - this is from her site too
https://theprudenthomemaker.com/live/saving-money/ - helpful ideas here.
https://theprudenthomemaker.com/?s=gifts - ideas on gifts.
I have been busy making ornaments for the last couple weeks to stick in cards. I made up this pattern. It is on perforated paper.
I made these last year, I want to make more of them to perhaps make a garland for the fireplace.
One summer I got these pretty decorations at a yard sale and at some point I will make more, I like them in the bowl.
For many years I have collected these cookie presses when I would run across them at yard sales or thrift stores. The one on top of the hot cocoa is my very favorite one.
What things do you collect? Leave a comment below.
During this time that is so busy, take care of you as well.
https://www.womansday.com/health-fitness/wellness/g2044/how-to-have-a-stress-free-christmas/ - here are some ideas.
https://www.foodnetwork.com/recipes/food-network-kitchen/penguin-slice-and-bake-cookies-4531396 - this was a fun find this week. I think preparing these and giving them to someone would be fun for them to discover what they are when they slice and bake. Also, they would be fun to make up and freeze and one night when it is storming, take them out and slice and bake. Wouldn't that cheer the soul?
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=I1tZ35pzhfw - this is fun, I would use mint flavoring and put in my hot cocoa - yum!
Gus and Missy say have fun together but to please be safe.