Frugally Days, Sustainable Ways #31


 
Frugally Days, Sustainable Ways #31
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:

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1. Minimalist Shower. Written by Steph of Balanced Style.

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2. Easy DIY Compost Bin. Written by Bobbie of Budgeting with the Bushmans’.

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3. Replacing plastic with glass. Written by Pam of Brown Thumb Mama.

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

Frugally Days, Sustainable Ways #31

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:)

Frugally Days, Sustainable Ways #31

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. Thanks for hosting, I love coming over and checking out all the links each week! I always learn something new…
    ~Jamie

  2. Thanks for hosting Andrea! I linked up my Homemade Pore Strip Mask Recipe.

    ~Robyn

  3. I also shared a recipe for a salmon wrap on my calcium site.

  4. Andrea, Thanks for hosting! This is my favorite blog hop!! I am posting an Almond Protein Pancakes (GF) Recipe, a Couponing or Extreme Couponing or Not Article, and a Re-purposed Big to Little Tie Tutorial with three different tutorials with pictures. Hope you have a great week!

  5. As always, thanks for hosting, Andrea! I agree with Sonja, this is definitely my favorite blog hop! I’ve linked up to a post on how to save time and energy when boiling water for cooking, using an electric kettle.

  6. Hi! This week I posted on saving tons of money on electricity over time with LED bulbs, and my recipe for coconut water kefir–a healthy alternative to soda.

    Have a great week!

  7. Thanks so much for the feature, Andrea!!!! My bathroom remodel is up on my blog this week, but I am not linking it here because it was definitely not DIY nor frugal… although it ended up being a bargain and I did reuse parts of the existing bathroom, did the design myself, and donated our shower door and fixtures to Habitat for Humanity so parts of the project were sustainable at least! 🙂 Thanks again!

  8. Thanks for hosting Frugal Days, Sustainable Ways this week, Andrea! In June I’m doing a series of posts on caring for and breeding — Angora Rabbits 101. They are the ideal small livestock for back yard homesteaders, giving both food and wool for spinning. And they can be raised using grass and herbs found in most backyards, without commercial feeds, making them more economical to raise than even chickens. The article I’m sharing explains the basics of rabbit colour genetics, so that those of your readers who want to try this fun, and frugal homestead animal will feel confident in their ability to breed for specific traits.

    Cheers,
    Chris

  9. Thanks for hosting!

  10. I left my post on how we made the school decision for our family. Thanks for hosting!

  11. I linked to a recipe for shepherd’s pie that sneaks some cauliflower into the potato layer for some extra nutrition. It’s delicious, and no one will ever know!

    http://owningwellness.com/2012/03/04/shepherds-pie-recipe/

  12. Yahoo! Thanks for the feature. There’s always something new to learn here each week!

  13. Here’s my go to routine for shampoo and some eco friendly products I feel comfortable using!
    http://owningwellness.com/2012/06/13/how-to-green-your-hair-care-routine-homemade-shampoo-and-eco-friendly-products/

  14. Cheryl Brown says:

    i was on your blog last week and found a wooden clothes line, i have looked and cant find it again, i would like to order one, do you have that information?
    thank you,
    Cheryl

  15. Thanks again for hosting this great blog hop! This week I posted about being poo free, a great herb stuffed bacon wrapped pork chop recipe, and a little about my wildcrafting adventures!

  16. I have a serious problem with this blog hop, the first since I signed up. I have spent hours checking out posts and subscribing to many. I have no time left to check out my other email.

    Way to go!

  17. While the Cuisinart waffle makers functional that are ergonomically designed.
    Simple visit the company’s website and learn the Cuisinart retailer flanking to you and call them to learn your replacement parts. In fact, I would have gotten twice as much, but I had to get on the bus home with my bags, my toddler and 10 lbs of potatoes from Aldi in my backpack.

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