Category Archive: Living Frugally

No Churn Ice Cream Recipe Using Only 3 Ingredients

No Churn Ice Cream Recipe Using Only 3 Ingredients Home-made ice creams are a world apart from the ones that you can buy from most grocery stores in a tub and this is the recipe is so simple I think anybody could make it..   You can make this no-churn ice cream by hand or you can use …

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Watch All the TV You Want Without Paying a Cable Bill

Watch All the TV You Want Without Paying a Cable Bill I’d like to help you save thousands of dollars by showing you how to set up free and cheap alternatives to cable and satellite TV. And it’s completely legal!The average cable customer spends $75 a month on cable. That’s $900 per year for the …

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How Much Should You Plant In Your Garden To Provide a Year’s Worth of Food

How Much Should You Plant In Your Garden To Provide a Year’s Worth of Food Not long ago, people had to think about how much to grow for the year. They had to plan ahead, save seeds, plant enough for their family, preserve enough. It was not just a hobby for them. It didn’t take up a 4 foot by …

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Homemade Hot Pepper Cream for Arthritis & Joint Pain

   Homemade Hot Pepper Cream for Arthritis & Joint Pain The active component in hot peppers that gives them their heat is called capsaicin, and the hotter the pepper, the higher the level of capsaicin there is. While rubbing something that seems flaming hot onto your sore joints doesn’t initially seem like it would help arthritis, capsaicin cream …

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DIY Backyard Composting Solutions

DIY Backyard Composting Solutions Composting is a simple way to add nutrient-rich humus which fuels plant growth and restores vitality to depleted soil. It’s also free, easy to make and good for the environment. There are lots of good reasons to compost. Save money, save resources, improve your soil and reduce your impact on the environment. Regardless …

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