Frugal Days, Sustainable Ways #66

 
Frugal Days, Sustainable Ways #66
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.

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 #66

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!

Comments

  1. So happy it’s back! Missed your awesome hop! Thanks for hosting!

  2. Thanks so much for hosting! Hope you are doing well.
    KC

  3. Thanks so much for hosting! Hope you’re having a super week!

  4. Thank you for hosting! This is my favorite blog hop! 🙂

  5. good morning lovelies!

    …i’m sharing my recipe for caramelized apple cinnamon pot de creme – and my crazy decision to quit my job. ack! fingers crossed!!

    don’t forget my linky party – the wednesday fresh foods link up – is live now. i’d love it if you all stopped by.

    thank you for hosting us!

  6. Thanks for hosting! I shared my Chocolate Beet Cookies recipes.

  7. Thanks so much for hosting! Love this hop. I shared an excellent soup using leftovers!

  8. Thanks so much for hosting another great party.
    Debi and Charly

  9. Thank you for hosting and have a great week!

  10. This is a great party! I can’t wait to look through all of these awesome posts!!!

    Thanks for hosting,
    Jess

  11. Thank you for hosting! This week I’ve shared an old Victorian recipe I found for making homemade tinted lip balm.

    http://www.ourheritageofhealth.com/2013/03/victorian-tinted-lip-balm.html

  12. Jocelan says:

    Thanks for all the great shares.
    Blessings,Jocelan

  13. Thanks for hosting! I’m glad to get teh chance to participate again!

  14. Thanks for hosting, as always!

    This week I’m sharing two posts – building on the cooking fats from last week, now we’re talking sourcing those awesome cooking fats (palm oil, peanut oil, lard and tallow) and a how-to guide on rendering your own lard or tallow!

  15. What an awesome list of cool projects. Where to begin? It will take some time but I’m starting off with the fonts and the food, cheers!

  16. Rebecca Palay says:

    Hi Andrea, I so miss your WEEKLY blog hops!! Did I miss an announcement that you would be cutting back on hosting? Or did someone else take over??? I feel disconnected!!

  17. I see that I missed your “Bloghop” and its now closed. However seeing it hear was my first time experiencing or hearing of such a thing. I am fairly new to blogging myself, and have decided to start one in response to the looming “threat” known as the future of unregulated genetically modified agriculture. The solution I came up with to avoid these “undesirable” foods was to go back to basics, and to create a blog to educate people about wild edibles commonly found all around them, and to present them as an alternative way of providing nutrition in a manner unaffected by the more commonly consumed (and mostly now g.m.o.) foods people are used to, and to point out that not only can money be saved doing this, and a statement be made that monopolization of our food industry is NOT without viable alternatives to the “every-person” , but that in doing so we can also have all the taste and nutrition and diversity we are used to and need in our diets, all be it from sources which are vastly different from the normal “crops” we are used to consuming. Ultimately I hope to see a number of these “wild” plants fall into future cultivation as non gmo “alternative” cash crops, where possible. but in the meantime the focus is on education and wild cultivation. Upon finding YOUR blog here through a shared link from a friend, not only have I found so much in how you have put THIS blog together to learn from by example, but I am awestruck at how, though we both approach things from similar manners for our own unique reasons, and granted your site is broader in scope than my own and much better established it appears, within the wealth of information I have seen here, it is apparent we have very common ideas and though our means are different, our ends are so completely the same… To get back to the basics of existing in this world outside of the influence and control of “Modern Society”, and to get back to the original and only rule of law that has or will ever matter. The Law of the Land, the Law of the generations, and the Law of the Ages. I respond to you now, not just to link to my blog as I do also fully intend to do, but more so to congratulate and support you on your own, and above all… to THANK you for showing me that this CAN be done. You are an Inspiration. Now… About that Link…(LoL 😉 ) I do tack it onto the end of this message in the hopes some of your readers will view and enjoy my blog as they do yours of course… and have reciprocated with a well placed link to your site on MY blog. But more than this… I would extremely feel complimented if you would personally visit my site. I would appreciate ANY comments or suggestion YOU may have to help me improve my site for my readers, and any advice that you could offer to help me avoid common mistakes, and perhaps to capitalize on what has been successful for you. For example… I would be VERY interested in hosting a Blog Hop as you have done… but HOW do I get word out to other bloggers that I am doing so… or for any other reason for that matter. I still Have SO much to learn in these areas… and know of no place else to look than the advice of well established Blog author who’s site I admire. Sorry to drag this out… Its a habit I am working to alleviate…here is the link to my wild edibles list post on my site, which I believe would be the most relevant of my posts to you and your readers: http://fooddiversitynow.blogspot.com/2013/04/a-list-of-wild-and-invasive-edibles-for.html … Thank you for your time and consideration.

  18. What’s up, after reading this amazing paragraph i am as well glad to share my knowledge here with friends.

  19. Wonderful blog you have here but I was wanting to know
    if you knew of any community forums that cover the same topics discussed here?
    I’d really like to be a part of community where I can get feed-back from other knowledgeable people that share the same interest. If you have any suggestions, please let me know. Many thanks!

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