Take The Stress Out Of The Holidays With Meal Planning

October 9, 2009 · Filed Under Being Frugal, Cheap Holiday Ideas, Cheap Parties, Frugal Meals · Comments Off on Take The Stress Out Of The Holidays With Meal Planning 

The Hillbilly Housewife is back … It took me a little longer than expected to get this next blog post written, but I have a good reason. I was busy putting the finishing touches on a brand new ebook – Meal Planning Made Simple. Since meal planning has been on my mind quite a bit […]

Frugal Holiday Decorating Ideas

October 7, 2009 · Filed Under Being Frugal, Cheap Holiday Ideas, Cheap Home Decorating · 5 Comments 

Are you ready for some more holiday ideas? Today we’ll talk about frugal holiday decorations. By the way, I’m Susanne – aka the Hillbilly Housewife and Nicole is nice enough to allow me to post on her blog this week and I’ve been having a great time sharing a few of my favorite frugal holiday […]

Frugal Holiday Gift Ideas From The Kitchen

October 6, 2009 · Filed Under Being Frugal, Cheap Holiday Ideas · 4 Comments 

Hello and welcome back. I’m so glad you decided to join me on this Hillbilly Housewife Blog Tour. I’m having a blast sharing frugal cooking tips and ideas on various blogs of my friends. Yesterday we talked about easy holiday baking, today I want to share some simple and frugal gift ideas with you for […]

Easy Holiday Baking – Use Your Freezer

October 5, 2009 · Filed Under Being Frugal, Cheap Holiday Ideas, Frugal Meals · Comments Off on Easy Holiday Baking – Use Your Freezer 

Hi there…. I’m Susanne, better known as the Hillbilly Housewife. I am traveling from blog to blog this October to spread the word about frugal living, meal planning, freezer cooking and such while also supporting Breast Cancer Awareness. Nicole was kind enough to invite me to write right here on ShowMomTheMoney.com. I don’t know about […]

Great Gifts Under $5

August 21, 2009 · Filed Under Being Frugal, Cheap Holiday Ideas · Comments Off on Great Gifts Under $5 

Every year frugal moms struggle to come up with creative, yet inexpensive, gift ideas for everyone from family members to neighbors, teachers and coaches to mail carriers and delivery persons. Some people have comfortably settled into giving the same thing each year such as an aunt’s fruitcake or a friend’s crochet slippers. These ideas are […]

Delicious Fourth of July Recipes for Frugal Moms

June 30, 2009 · Filed Under Being Frugal, Cheap Holiday Ideas · Comments Off on Delicious Fourth of July Recipes for Frugal Moms 

Looking for some delicious, inexpensive recipes to make your Fourth of July (or any day!) special? Try these on for taste. Texas BBQ Sauce 1 c. tomato juice 1/2 c. water 1/4 c. catsup 1/4 c. vinegar 2 T. worchestshire sauce 2 T. brown sugar 1 T. paprika 1 t. dry mustard 1 t. salt […]

Enjoy a Frugal Fun-filled Fourth of July

June 23, 2009 · Filed Under Being Frugal, Cheap Holiday Ideas · Comments Off on Enjoy a Frugal Fun-filled Fourth of July 

Looking for fun ideas to help you celebrate the Fourth of July? You don’t need to spend a fortune on fireworks and expensive decorations. Use your imagination and let these ideas jumpstart your own. • Take in your city’s fireworks display. Most every city, and even the smallest town, typically offers a fireworks display on […]

Frugal Father’s Day Gifts

June 10, 2009 · Filed Under Being Frugal, Cheap Holiday Ideas · Comments Off on Frugal Father’s Day Gifts 

Since Father’s Day will be here before we know it (it’s June 21, this year), it’s time to consider some ways to make this an extra special day for Dad while keeping it frugal. • Set a budget amount and stick to it. Sometimes our best gift-giving intentions fly out the window when we actually […]

10 Meaningful Homemade Gift Ideas for a Frugal Family Christmas

February 19, 2009 · Filed Under Cheap Holiday Ideas · Comments Off on 10 Meaningful Homemade Gift Ideas for a Frugal Family Christmas 

If the thought of buying gifts this year for your mail carrier, babysitters, your child’s school teachers, coaches, piano teachers, Sunday School teachers, and every other special person that is involved with your family’s daily life astounds you, join the frustrated millions.  This year, more than any other years in the past, our family is […]

25 Low Cost Or No Cost Ways to Celebrate the Season

December 12, 2008 · Filed Under Cheap Holiday Ideas · Comments Off on 25 Low Cost Or No Cost Ways to Celebrate the Season 

photo credit: lepiaf.geoWe all long to celebrate the holidays but often times we lack the funds to do the things we see others doing or that we wish we could do, but, there are ways that you can celebrate this wonderful season of the year if you’re strapped for cash. 1. Chop down a tree. […]

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