Have you ever wondered what the word Frugally means? It’s defined as an economical use or expenditure; prudently saving or sparing; not wasteful. Some helpful synonyms to more fully understand it are thrifty, chary, provident, careful, prudent, penny-wise, and scrimping.
When I first embarked on home educating little did I know I would be having to learn many more skills in order to keep on home educating.
This week the Schoolhouse Review Crew would like to share with you some of the things they have learned along the way.
Meg from over at Adventures with Jude shares some ideas on how to Homeschool frugally with e-Books.
Jenn from the Happy Little Home Maker shares how she Saves Money by *NOT* Menu Planning and 10 Ways to Save (or Earn) Money without Coupon Inserts.
Missica at The Open Window: An Autism Blog shares insights on How they Save Money.
Kemi at Homemaking Organized has some thoughts on Reducing the Household Bills #1 – Making Better Use of White Vinegar and Trying out a Recipe for Homemade Tooth Powder.
Jenn from Treasuring Life’s Blessings shares on Money Saving Monday – Shopping for CVS for Next to Nothing!
Jennifer from Chestnut Grove Academy encourages us To Make Every Penny Count!
Heather over at Only Passionate Curiosity encourages us to Set a Homeschool Budget (with FREE printables), thoughts on How to Coupon at the Commissary and BX for Military Families and an amazing FREE Homeschool List.
Leah over at As We Walk Along The Road has a list of FREE Homeschool Resources from Around the Web.
Jen at Treasuring Life’s Blessings shares on Saving Money in the Kitchen.
Chareen over at Every Bed of Roses encourages you When There’s No Money for Curriculum!, A Homeschool 4 FREE Resource list with over 100 links. FREE homeschool Resources divided up into: Language Arts, Science, History, Geography and Fine Arts
Looking for more resources on Frugal Living ? Here on the blog we also have a Blog Carnival on Being Frugal, The Frugal Homeschool Blog Cruise, and What if there was no money for homeschool curriculum?
“Frugality is one of the most beautiful and joyful words in the English language, and yet one that we are culturally cut off from understanding and enjoying. The consumption society has made us feel that happiness lies in having things, and has failed to teach us the happiness of not having things.” ― Elise Boulding