"Start now to create a plan if you don’t already have one, or update your present plan. Watch for best buys that will fit into your year’s supply. We are not in a situation that requires panic buying, but we do need to be careful in purchasing and rotating the storage that we’re putting away. The instability in the world today makes it imperative that we take heed of the counsel and prepare for the future." (L. Tom Perry)
Prices continue to be high. What measures are you taking to manage?
https://www.littlehouseliving.com/simple-tips-for-living-on-next-to-nothing.html - here are some suggestions I like this gal.
https://thefreerangelife.com/frugal-meals/ - some ideas here.
https://eatwellspendsmart.com/cheap-grocery-list/ - I found that the store we had that was cheaper is now more costly, so know your prices.
https://www.countryliving.com/food-drinks/g4287/cheap-dinner-ideas/ - this has recipes that are thrifty.
https://www.thispilgrimlife.com/frugal-meal-ideas/ - more ideas.
While this has been on frugal food and meals it is not the only way to be frugal.
https://www.checkcity.com/personal-finance/frugal-living-tips - here are some ideas that might help.
https://thekrazycouponlady.com/tips/money/frugal-living - there are helpful things here.
Think about things you have and utilize them to their fullest.
This is the time of the year where we are putting up produce...
This will help us save money later when we won't need to purchase these things.
I have been saving seed. This is melon seeds.
We, at the time of this writing, still are having hot temps. I am ready to be past it. We still have dry grass, looks like the dry picture a few blog posts ago.
Missy says keep learning ways to be more frugal.
Tippy Longstockings says do what you can to stock up so your family can be comfortable.