Popcorn can be a naturally Gluten free and healthy treat.
You can save a lot of money making your own personal hygiene products. They are also great for people who have skin allergies and they are much more eco-friendly.
These are easy, tasty and all natural.
This is not only a great way to save money. It is a godsend for someone who has chemical sensitivity or allergies.
This is the first in a series on meal planning. It’s a great way to save money and reduce your food waste. Although some of the items mentioned might not fit your diet, the basic principles are the same.
- 1 cup oats – soak for about 12 hours prior to use
- 2/ 3 cup coconut, toasted and shredded
- ½ cup peanut butter (natural with no additives)
- ½ cup dark chocolate chips or cacao nibs
- 1/ 3 cup honey
- 1 tsp. vanilla
- 1 tbsp. chia seeds – soak for about 12 hours prior to use
Combine all of the ingredients.
Roll up the mix into 1-inch balls and place them on a parchment paper.
Refrigerate for a couple of minutes till they’re firm.
Transfer into an airtight container.
They last about a week in the fridge.
This offers some helpful tips on eating healthy on a budget.
What you see on the surface isn’t always the truth. Sometimes gimmicks and coupons are not really saving money. If it causes you to buy something that you don’t want or need then it isn’t a great deal.
Saving money is a priority for many people, but it’s even more important for us. Sometimes it doesn’t take a big, dramatic change; small steps can really add up. This article explains the financial benefits of using reusable cloth towels compared to paper towels, but it also talks about the environmental impact.
I love this article. I live a frugal lifestyle, partly because I respect the value of a dollar and partly because less stuff = less stuff to run over in my wheelchair. This author highlights the environmental impact of frugal living, which I am ashamed to admit that it never really dawned on me.