What a cheap and frugal life looks like.

Come with me on a tour of our home and how we live on a very small one income.  I have tips and advice that will stretch the dollar but you won’t even feel it.


5 thoughts on “What a cheap and frugal life looks like.

  1. Thanks for the good tips. You talked about dropping cable tv. There
    is an indoor antenna available on line or in stores for one-time-purchase less than $50. To review ones that are available go on youTube and search (hdtv antenna). You can get ALL your local channels for free….no monthly fee.


  2. I didn’t have time to watch your vid but I see a couple things in your pics – you’re preparing your own food – cutting the veggies – preparing always cuts costs, doesn’t it? Your kids have lots of books to read… having free stuff to do really saves money, doesn’t it? (For kids & adults alike) And you have your own garden… homemade veggies taste so much better than store-bought, don’t they? I never enjoyed a tomato ever until I had one grown from my own backyard. Stay frugal!


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