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Earlier this week, I shared how I had spent time out in the garden gathering one last harvest in preparation for the winter. If you haven’t gotten a chance to read about it yet, hop on over and check it out. Don’t worry, I’ll wait! 🙂 Today, I’m going to share with you how I get FREE mulch that I put down in the garden to prep it for winter.
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Y’all. I’m obsessed. . .obsessed. . .with mason jars. Not just mason jars, but especially mason jars. I use mason jars for all sorts of things: canning, decorating, flower vases, gifts in a jar, bathroom storage (seriously. . .that’s what holds my toothbrush, cotton balls, and Qtips in our bathroom – not all in the same jar, of course!) and the list goes on and on. However, one of the most prevalent and earliest uses of jars in the Frugal Farmhouse was in the form of food storage.
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I’m really excited to share Frugal Friday posts as they are a method for me to communicate quick and easy tips to implement frugality into your life. In these posts, I will share tips & tricks I have learned that have contributed to frugality and more financial freedom for us.
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Be on the lookout for our first Frugal Friday post coming TOMORROW!!