frugal

Top Ten Pint Size Farm Posts in 2014

Here are the top ten Pint Size Farm posts from 2014! If you missed one, here is your chance to catch up: 10. Self-Sufficient Living: How to Generate Passive Income Passive income has got to be the best income! Income for not really doing… well, anything. In order to generate it you usually need to […] {Take Me to the Top 10 Posts!}

Cheap Living: Homestead on a Dime Update

Cheap living, I believe the frugal life is best accomplished by both living frugally and making money where you can. I especially like passive income streams and setting long-term money making goals, like in the homestead on a dime challenge. I challenged you to earn an extra $600-$1800 extra this year by spending 10-60 minutes […] {Click Here to See How I did!}

Top 100 Homesteading Posts | HomeAcre Blog Hop 1/22

Welcome to this weeks HomeAcre Blog Hop! This has been a fantastic week at Pint Size Farm. We started the Homesteading on a Dime challenge (and I hope many of you are also giving it a try). The DIY Books and Courses bundle sale has started (I’ve been waiting for that for a few weeks!). […] {Take Me to the Hop!}

Chicken Fajita Salad with Poblano Buttermilk Dressing

It’s time for another frugal dinner under $10 (even less if you can use some ingredients from your garden or homestead) recipe thanks to Everyday with Rachael Ray! Serves 4; Prep 30 minutes (plus marinating); Cook 30 minutes Chicken Fajita Salad with Poblano Buttermilk Dressing Ingredients Juice of 2 limes 2 skinless, boneless chicken breasts […] Read More

Being Frugal | Learn how to Live on a Budget

In order to live sustainably you have to learn to live within (or even under) your means. Being frugal can eventually become second nature, but you have to start somewhere! My bestt tip for becoming frugal is to start out slow! Pick tips you want to try and once you get the hang of them […] {Take Me to the Tips!…}

Beef and Portobello Minestroganoff Recipe | Dinners under $10

This Beef and Portobello Minestroganoff recipe is another great Fall treat! It is simple to make and there are a few opportunities to use your own homestead ingredients (carrots, onions, chicken broth, tomatoes). Soups are definitely one of my favorite fall dinners. All ingredients for this recipe cost less than $10 (if you buy everything […] {Take Me to the Recipe!…}