We didn’t get our garden going last year at all, and my grocery budget felt it all summer! After the initial investment when we first moved into our home, it has kept our expenses down while still allowing our family to eat fresh, healthy foods. …
If this event doesn’t appeal to the frugal, I don’t know what will. The 12th annual Cherrywood Plant & Book Swap takes place this Saturday, October 16th, in the Cherrywood
Downtown Austin will be taken over by the Austin City Limits Music Festival this weekend, so why not head a little bit south for some weekend fun in this gorgeous
Image by EraPhernalia Vintage via Flickr While growing your own fruits, herbs and vegetables is an obvious way to save on groceries, there are even more options for frugal gardeners.
A home garden is a fantastic way to save money on produce throughout the summer. We were not very successful last year, due to a lot of unexpected family travel.
Isn’t it nice when the rain hits at the perfect time during gardening season? You get to skip watering the lawn or garden, avoiding the added expense to your water
Image by Getty Images via Daylife Growing your own produce is a great way to ensure that you always have your favorites on hand, without paying a fortune at the