Happy holidays, Frugal Farmer friends! We’ll be taking today off from writing so that we can nurse food hangovers and be generally lazy. May your day be most blessed! If you miss the Frugal Farmer too much to take a day off (which is completely understandable 😉 ) here are some archived articles you might enjoy.
If you’re a student of history and a frugal person at heart, you’ll love these stories of how real-life survivors of the Great Depression lived. Fascinating and humbling
A couple of Decembers ago, we set our grocery budget at $200 for our family of six for the sake of meeting our annual grocery budget. Here’s how we did it.
This article covers 7 reasons why it’s so hard to dump debt for good, and what you can do about them.
If you just can’t seem to get anywhere regarding debt payoff, it might be because of a misled mindset. This uber-popular post helped lots of people bust out from under paycheck-to-paycheck living and onto financial freedom.
If you are planning on making self-sufficiency a big part of your year, you’ll love this post on planning for a large veggie garden.
This post shares five mindset shifts you can make today that will accelerate your path to a million dollar net worth.
The definition of insanity is doing the same thing over and over and expecting different results. This post shares twenty “something differents” that you can start doing today that have the potential to change your life.
The fact of the matter is that millionaires live their lives differently than non-millionaires. Here are 21 habits and traits that most millionaires share that you can start implementing into your life today.
Winter is in full swing and the dark days affect the moods of millions of people. Here are seven tips for getting out from under the dark rock that winter can be and lifting yourself up.
There are several things you can do ahead of time so that you’ll be able to stay safe in the event of a natural disaster. This informative checklist will help ensure you and your family stay safe.
My pal Lance shares how food storage and preparedness have saved him and several prepping friends over the years, and how to plan for long term food storage wisely.
The homesteading life is awesome. It’s also a lot of work. If you’re considering making the transition to rural life, consider these things before you make your move.
That’s it for today, my friends. Have a safe and joyful holiday season!!