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10 Frugal Lessons From The Amish

10 Frugal Lessons from the Amish [important]Make sure you like Living green and frugally on Facebook  to be updated every time we find a tutorial for innovative ways you can become self-sufficient on a budget.[/important] Amish people and communities are unique in many ways. To most outsiders, they’re known mostly as  soft-spoken people who live …

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How To Make 3 Cookers From Scraps, No Power Needed

How To Make 3 Cookers From Scraps, No Power Needed Being able to cook when there is not power is essential. If the power was to suddenly goes out, or the gas was to stop and you could not cook your food you will end up starving or adapting to the situation. Over at thesurvivalmom they have …

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A Home Built From Two Shipping Containers

A Home Built From Two Shipping Containers If you are looking to build your own home out of shipping containers, you should be able to be as creative as you want. That means you should get to do what you want with your designs and use the building material you want to. Crack Two has …

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Build A Green House From Plastic Bottles

Build A Green House From Plastic Bottles Recycling pop bottles into a greenhouse is a great way to save money if you are looking to buy a green house and this the cost is to high then why not go to this nearly free version. Just get your friends and family to save all the …

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10 Vintage Life Hacks From The 1900s That Actually Still Work

10 Vintage Life Hacks From The 1900s That Actually Still Work Back in the 1900s, cigarette manufactures used to insert stiffening cards into their paper cigarette packs to add strength and help them last longer. Along the way, someone had the bright idea of printing trivia, artwork and even famous people and athletes (Honus Wagner anyone?) …

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Making A Knife From A Car’s Leaf Spring

Making A Knife From A Car’s Leaf Spring Making a knife is a satisfying project on a number of levels. You’re creating a fundamental tool — one of the first tools ever made — and every time you pick it up, you’ll think, “Wow, I made this with my own hands.” And because you’re making …

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