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girl's night out partyOkay ladies, this one is for you!

I don’t know about you, but I often get caught up in the day-to-day of life. Chores, kids, meals, work…you know the drill (probably all too well!) I get drained reeealllly easily with all that I have going on, and as much as I ADORE my husband – nothing helps me forget about yoga pants and dried baby food on my shirt like a fun girls night out!

I recently came across this from The Dating Divas, and I think it is SO much fun!

This pack has everything you need to make a fun girls night out happen EVERY month! What a great idea – too good not to share!

The pack includes:

Girls Night Questionnaire to poll your friends’ interests
Party Invitations- printable and mobile versions
Pretty Party Decor for the first girls night party
Party Favors for the ladies AND the guys at home
Icebreaker Game called “Whose Lie Is It Anyway?”
Organizing Tools for the host to coordinate future get-togethers

This pack is a MUST see! It looks like a much-needed night of pure fun! CLICK HERE

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Four Secrets Of (Frugal) Homesteading

We talked about frugality before, but have really talked about it? There are so many ways we can work to make homesteading even more affordable. When you’re making a living from your land, you want to maximize the value of every egg, tomato, and rabbit. Here are six more ways to keep homesteading easy on your pocketbook!

Hair-raising uses for hair clippings

There’s nothing wrong with a professional haircut, but home trims are an amazing way to save money and deter pests from your property. My great-grandma Mary used to trim all of her grandkids’ hair once a month. She would move to a different area of the property boundary each time, leaving the hair clippings on the ground. She said it helped prevent pesky animals like deer from raiding her garden. I thought it was silly at the time, but come to think of it, I never saw a deer on her ten-acre property!

Compost

Compost is every homesteader’s best friend. Re-purpose everything from grass clippings to vegetable scraps to shredded junk mail with composting. Over time, you’ll get high quality compost to use in your garden.

Grow medicine

There’s obviously a time and place for store-bought medicine. But if you frequently battle annoying ailments things like mild cramps, cuts, or insect bites, you can grow herbs for some relief. For example, a poultice of lemon balm can stop itchy mosquito bites. For added frugality, consult with your vet to see what herbs can also be grown to treat your animals.

Freeze eggs

Yes, believe it or not, you can freeze eggs. My sister raises chickens and ducks and freezes her leftover eggs all the time. This prevents eggs from going to waste, putting each one to good use. Crack the eggs and gently mix together before freezing in a Ziploc. I only recommend using frozen eggs for baking; otherwise the texture is a little off. Use three tablespoons of frozen egg mixture for every egg in the recipe.

The bottom line

Homesteading doesn’t have to be hard on your budget. Use these quick, frugal tips for easy homesteading without breaking the bank.


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