Leanne Brown authored a cook book specifically for those on a budget (in this case the amount allocated by the Government’s Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Plan – SNAP).
The cookbook is available at her website for free – since it is meant to be free for those who need it most.
Here’s the lowdown (the link to her website is in the article and I will also add it below). https://www.mnn.com/food/healthy-eating/blogs/good-and-cheap-cookbook-leanne-brown
Her website: https://www.leannebrown.com/
Do you have roses in your garden? Ever wonder what to do with the rosehips? They are purported to have medicinal value – personally I enjoy rosehip tea from time to time. And they are also wonderful natural decorations (perfect for Fall). Check it out:
I really like the ideas in the following two articles (both from the same blog – Morning Chores). I realize not everyone can do these things, but maybe they will inspire you. And if you are on a tight budget, not by choice, but by necessity – sometimes inspiration will help with invention (or at least some creative options you might not have thought of already).
Need to wow your guests and family with a meatless 4th of July feast? Look no further, here are twelve amazing recipes for your Meatless Monday enjoyment:
By now many of us have completely forgotten our New Year’s resolutions, but if you are still struggling to get rid of negative habits, check out this list of six books that can help:
Our favorite is “Unplug: A simple guide to meditation for busy skeptics and modern soul seekers”.
Nobody like ticks. There are so many illnesses that are tick born, and so many reasons to be thankful that possums eat ticks (be kind to any possums you see)…and here is yet another thing to be wary of: the Powassan virus. What the heck is that? Check out this article for more info:
Don’t be fooled by the label “natural” – even natural ingredients may not be the best for you.