Sunday, September 23, 2018

My Frugal Ways this Past Week 9/23/18!

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Here are the ways  we helped our household and saved this past week:


Basket full of Fall Vegetables


Picked flowers, peppers, two personal sized watermelons, tomatoes, broccoli, a bushel of mustard greens (not shown), and pumpkins (small and large).

Vegetable Selling Table



Grandson sold the four pumpkins he dug out of the garden for $12 ($3.00 a piece) and I sold Zinnia bouquets and small pumpkins for another $12.00 yesterday.   We live on a small street but I did this while another neighbor was having a garage sale.  There is more in the garden.  

Sold two items I picked up from the side of the road ($20).  I think I've found a new hobby!

I saved two leftover meals in the freezer.

I requested the book The Encyclopedia of Natural Medicine from the library.  Sometimes I have to stop myself especially when the book is more costly than I need to spend.  I won't get this till the middle of October but I'm good with that.

Goals for the week:

Continuing harvesting and cleaning up the garden


What are the ways you saved this week? 

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