Frugal Days, Sustainable Ways #30

Frugal Days, Sustainable Ways #30
The Frugal Days, Sustainable Ways Wednesday Blog Hop

Welcome to Frugal Days, Sustainable Ways Wednesday, this is a blog hop! If you are a blogger, please feel free to link-up and share as many posts as you would like pertaining to:

  • Urban or Rural Homesteading
  • Anything DIY
  • Frugal Recipes
  • Preparedness/Survival
  • Repurposed Projects
  • Upcycled Frugal Finds
  • Animal Care
  • Natural Gardening Tips
  • Herbal Remedies
  • Green Cleaners

The list could go on…

Basically, anything that you think will build and encourage our community.

This Week’s Featured Posts

I want to say a big, huge thank you to all of you who participated last week!

Here are the most clicked on posts, in order, from last week:

Frugal Days, Sustainable Ways #30

1. 10 Things We Don’t Spend Money On. Written by Christine of Lily of the Valley.

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2. Homemade Borax-Free Laundry Detergent. Written by Free Range Mama of My Healthy Green Family.

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3. From The Freezer To The Crock… 4 Meals Under 35 Minutes! Written by Meg of Just A Little Nutty.

Congratulations!!! Please feel free to grab my “featured” button below and place it within your post or on your side bar.

Frugal Days, Sustainable Ways #30

Please Note: I share my personal favorites on my facebook page throughout the week!

It’s Time To Share Your Posts

Bloggers, use the linky tool on the bottom of this post to share your best post. Non-bloggers, feel free to add a comment here with any ideas or thoughts you have concerning frugal and/or sustainable living. Every week I will be featuring the most viewed posts so link-up your best ones:)

When linking your posts, there are only a couple simple guidelines I’d like for you to follow:

1. Remain sensitive to the mission of Frugally Sustainable. Frugally Sustainable exists to be a resource for all things frugal and sustainable. Therefore, in order to maintain the integrity of the mission, share your best posts – old or new – on anything pertaining to frugality and/or sustainability.

2. Please link your posts back to our blog hop. Linking back here helps build our little community by sending your readers to all of the other posts shared. Grab the Frugal Days, Sustainable Ways button below by installing the html into your post. Or simply create a text link somewhere:)

Frugal Days, Sustainable Ways #30

What will you share this week? I am so looking forward to your submissions! Remember: My favorite posts will be shared on my facebook page!!!

Here we go!


  1. I’m looking forward to seeing how others are indulging in spring via their kitchens this week!

    Two Posts this time:

    1. i am enjoying the season extravagantly… by eating as many seasonal spot prawns as possible. One way? My link up this week: Fresh & Seasonal Spot Prawn Shellfish Pot. Yes. I ate all of it. and i’d do it again.

    2. Bourbon soaked cherries. ‘Nuff said.

  2. Thanks for hosting Andrea:-) I added a post on natural topical antibiotics, there are four which I’ve found for many minor infections work brilliantly well, saving a trip to the pharmacy! A recipe post on a popsicle and a sensational jam, neither include added processed sugar and both taste delicious! Have a wonderful week! Rebecca @ Natural Mothers Network ( Seasonal Celebration Sunday) x

  3. Thanks for hosting the party.

  4. HI,
    I shared a recipe for Beet, Fennel and Balsamic Glaze and an article about what sustainable seafood really means. I also asked the question Is it Ethical to Eat Meat? Check out my featured homestead this week!

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    Thanks for hosting!

  5. So many great posts, so little time to look! 🙂 Thanks for hosting!
    I’ve linked up:
    1. Brownie Pie
    2. I’ve ALWAYS Done It That Way – Deciding to Change
    3. Homemade Insect Repellent Options (with a link to YOUR post). 🙂

  6. Don’t you hate it when you realize you’re probably the last canner on earth to think of pulling out the crockpot for keeping the Tattler rings/seals, or other lids ready? Burner space at such a premium for me, with a canner and a pr canner going on both big burners up front, can’t reach easily to little burners in back. This was such a blessing today for beans, blackeyes, and tomatoes.

    Also, what are y’all doing with all these used metal canning seals? Show me your cute ideas to repurpose them!

  7. Good morning to you all!

    To go with my post & link up from sister blog Gastronomical Sovereignty (or vice versa), I present, The Old Fashioned a la Kristy. With a link to my bourbon soaked cherries. Obviously. 😉

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