Category Archives: Thrifty Thinking

Wise Planting Tip from an Organic Farmer, Our Garden in Pictures, and an Update on Back to Eden Gardening without Weeds

The other day I was talking garden with a few friends, and we were sharing our personal plans for this year’s vegetable gardens. The conversation included my friend Cheryl who formerly owned an organic farm with her husband and sold … Continue reading

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What Do You Do When You and Your Spouse Don’t Agree About Money?

Do you and your spouse always agree about how to handle the finances? If you are like people in most marriages, a situation is bound to come up here and there when you don’t agree about finances. So what do … Continue reading

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Grocery Prices to Meet or Beat #5

Since groceries prices can have a lot of flex, changing often, it’s always good to keep an eye on the prices for the groceries you buy. So every six months I take a more careful look at the grocery prices of … Continue reading

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Our Love Story

Stacy over at Stacy Make Cents, asked me to share the story of how Jonathan and I got together. I think it was a great exercise to put into words the story of how we met and fell in love:). … Continue reading

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What I Spent Weekly on Groceries-a Snapshot of 2013

Do you know what you spent on groceries last year? Monthly? Weekly? I don’t know exactly what I spent for the whole year of 2013, but every fall for the past seven years I have recorded every grocery expenditure, regardless … Continue reading

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