Brandi does frugal accomplishments and weekly goals over at
My frugal accomplishments this past week were:
I mended 2 shirts and 2 pairs of shorts.
I glued a pair of shoes back together for myself.
The dryer died, but we were storing our son's dryer so he is "lending" it to us until he decides if he needs it back or not. Hubby tightened the clothes lines so I can hang the wash on good days. I have been trying to float when I do the laundry to days that I can use the line and if we need something that can't wait I hang it on the drying rack in the basement.
Hubby has been taking the motorcycle to work instead of driving the truck when weather is good.
Tomatoes, green beans, banana peppers and green bell peppers, zucchini and yellow squash has been coming in so they have been canned, froze or dehydrated.
Some friends gave us some zucchini, cantaloupe,banana peppers, hot peppers, green bell peppers and cucumbers. They are pretty much to the point of just eating from the garden instead of preserving it..
I am trying to use hydroponic with my strawberry runners to get more plants so put else where and to share with the friend that gave me the produce.
I gathered some of the seeds from the lettuce plant I allowed to go to seed. It's one of them that we prefer. I have some green beans that I am allowing to dry on the vine to replant next year also.I am thinking of saving a couple other green beans also to have the different varieties.
I combined my appointment this with getting the non-food this week and saved $13.10 at the dollar store.
I used my coupons and bought fabric on sale for clothes and home items, including a couple Christmas gifts I need to make and saved $76.20 which shocked the register lady along with Hubby. PLUS got another coupon if I go back this week.
I used my swagbucks to order a couple books from Amazon for free and am saving up again for a book that is on order for end of Oct. Half way to that amount.
We spent Saturday evening with friends and had a cook out.
Making a Wonder Oven.....Pattern
4 months ago