Tag Archive: Depression

Herbs That Help With Depression & Anxiety

Herbs That Help With Depression & Anxiety If you are feeling anxious, worried, freaked. You’re probably upset about one of many things such as money, health, work, family, love. Your heart is racing, your breathing is shallow and rapid, your mind is imagining doom, and you wish you could just relax…now! Whether you have a full-blownanxiety …

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12 Frugality Lessons from the Great Depression

12 Frugality Lessons from the Great Depression The Great Depression was a time of hunger, homelessness, and despair. Our country was in dire straights with over 25% of the population reportedly out of work. Through absolute necessity, being frugal was a way of life and survival in every sense of the word. There are many …

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Great Depression Cooking: Survival Casserole

Great Depression Cooking: Survival Casserole  When it comes to hard times, the lack of food turns many people into kitchen scientists. During the Great Depression, many of the meals eaten by Americans were made up of whatever was on hand, even if the ingredients didn’t traditionally ‘go together.’ People living during this time had to be creative! Whatever …

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DIY Blog Special: Tips form the Great Depression

DIY Blog Special: Tips form the Great Depression Life in the twenty-first century can be demanding. A barrage of advertisements and commercials tell us we are lacking something, complete holidays revolve around the mere exchange of material objects, and we are constantly tempted by the type of commercialism that promises instant gratification. It seems like …

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9 Frugal-Living Tips From The Great Depression

9 Frugal-Living Tips From The Great Depression [important]Make sure you like living green and frugally on Facebook and follow us on Pinterest to be updated every time we find a great tutorial.[/important] Scrimping and saving was a necessity during the Great Depression, when unemployment in the US skyrocketed to 25 percent. Although we are seeing better times, we can always …

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