Prepping on a Budget Through Frugal Living

Prepping on a budget through frugal living provides an opportunity to share ideas to help save money in order to afford the preps needed to help our families survive an emergency.

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My frugal accomplishments for this week included:

 

 

 

recycled ribbon

  • I dug out the ribbon I carefully saved from last year to use again this year.

 

homemade playdough

  • I made Snow Dough for Parker for home school this month.

 

Ball canning jars

  • I price matched the Lowe’s sale price on canning jars at WalMart.  Don’t know about price matching?  Read all about it on WalMart’s price match page.

 

This is a great time of year to pay extra close attention to you grocery sales flyers.  Baking supplies, chocolate chips, olives, stuffing mixes, and butter are all some of the products that go on sale this month.  Match these products up with printable coupons from www.coupons.com and take your savings even further!

Finally, rumor has it, that milk is going to really go up in price beginning in January.  You may want to check out the prices of dried milk in your area and stock up a bit!

Read last week’s Prepping on a Budget post!

What did you do this week while prepping on a budget? Please share with me your successes!

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About ParkerMama

Tammy is a mom to 6 wonderful kids, including Parker, who came with an extra chromosome! She is passionate about special needs advocacy, living within her means, and preparing for an uncertain future. Tammy's main blog is Praying For Parker. Make sure to visit her there as well!

Comments

  1. Tammy–how did you find the Lowe’s sales prices to have Wal-Mart price match? I would love to go and do this?

  2. Wow, thanks for the info, I would have never known.. Now.. time to whisper sweet canning wishes into Santa’s ear. Thanks!

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