Becoming self-sufficient is a daunting task. Fortunately, there are many simple things you can do to get started no matter where you live.
With the cost of groceries skyrocketing, we’re all looking for ways to save money. Here are 33 tips for cutting your grocery bill in half.
These are some of my favorite uses for white vinegar, although there are many more. When you’re done reading, you’ll want to get some.
If you’re cooking at home more than ever these days, you may have more leftovers than ever too. Let’s examine ways you can reduce your family’s food waste.
Sewing can be difficult at first, but once you get the hang of it, it can become an addiction. Soon you’ll be repairing and making all kinds of clothes.
There are a lot of everyday items around the home that can help you survive a disaster. One of them happens to be nail polish.
If you throw away old or mismatched socks, you are missing out on a recycling opportunity. Socks are great for survival hacks and household uses.
Now is a better time than ever to start making extra cash at home. Diversifying your income and having multiple streams is always a good idea.
Being frugal and making resources count is an essential on the homestead. Stretching your resources is that much more critical during a recession.
It’s possible to make toilet paper out of recycled paper or wood shavings, or both. However, it takes some time and patience. Here’s how to do it.