In the Eating Well When You Can’t Afford To series, we have covered:
Part 1 ~ The heart behind the struggle of circumstances.
Part 2 ~ The list of food based on the lowest available prices.
Part 3 ~ The menu planning tools.
I know we just want to get to the menu already, and I promise we will. However, there are a few key things that are vital to afford to eat well when you are on a tight budget:
Menu Planning Tips
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Last post I emphasized the need to make price lists and offered our grocery list based on some of the cheapest and/or versatile items that I have found.
Next item in the Eating Well When You Can’t Afford To series:
Menu Planning Tools
We thought in order to capture the essence of us, the Iron Hearts, we needed to make a vlog. Our first vlog.
In my first post of this series, I focused on the heart in the matter – I pray that you found it encouraging, friend.
Now, let’s get to the second practical step to eating well when you can’t afford to:
I am sure that almost everyone, at least once, has looked into their cupboards and thought, “What am I going to make?” And probably nearly as many of us have looked at near empty cupboards, bank accounts or wallets, asking the same question.
How do you manage eating well when you can’t afford to? Continue reading “Eating Well When You Can’t Afford To ~ Part 1”
Labor Day seems to be one of those holidays that no one quite seems to know how it came to be.
It would probably be no surprise to anyone that knows about our community that the title “living intentionally” might catch my eye. In reality, I tend to pass over those types of posts and look for those short recipe videos (y’all, I have a problem!) Continue reading “Intentionally Living? You Might Be Doing it Wrong…”
Note from the Editor:
I am uncomfortably aware that this post is late. To be fair, my computer was broken and we have had a steady stream of much-anticipated visitors. Also, it was summer… Continue reading “The Compound Call *Volume 1, Issue 2*”
From the beginning, if asked what our plan was, we shared that the Lord was moving us with several other families from Western NY to East Texas with the intention of buying land together and making a community. It would have been easy and was at times tempting to be evasive or secretive as to be less vulnerable to criticism, but we were excited to be seeing what God was planning for us. Four years later, we still are. Continue reading “The Compound Call *Volume 1, Issue 1*”