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.
Being frugal and making resources count is an essential on the homestead. Stretching your resources is that much more critical during a recession.
No matter where you live, you are probably looking for ways to save on your electricity bill. Here are 10 ways to cut your electric bill in half. #homesteadsurvivalsite #frugal #frugalliving #savemoney #savemoneytips
Want to keep your chickens fed and healthy for as little money as possible? In this video, Justin Rhodes explains how to cut your chicken feed bill by 25%. #homesteadsurvivalsite #raisingchickens #keepingchickens #chickenfeed #livestock
If there is one word used most frequently to describe the homesteading lifestyle, it is “frugal.” #homesteadsurvivalsite #frugal #frugalliving #frugaltips #homesteading
Poor man’s steak isn’t as tasty as real steak, but it is healthier and cheaper and it still makes a tasty main course. It’s also great for vegans. #homesteadsurvivalsite #poormanssteak #steakrecipe #frugal #cheapmeals
If you are looking to purchase some land for your off-grid homestead, it’s a good idea to learn from people who have done it before. #homesteadsurvivalsite #buyingland #offgridliving #homesteading #land
There’s a lot we can learn from The Great Depression. When the dollar stops going as far and companies start making major cuts, resourcefulness will be your most valuable asset.
In this video, Brad and his wife explain how they feed a family with 7 children on a budget of $250 a month. If this sounds impossible, watch the video.
Homesteading affords so many opportunities to cut back on your bills and truly enjoy life. Here are 9 reasons homesteaders spend less.