Monthly Archive: July, 2013

Pantry Goods to Buy in Bulk to Save Money

  Pantry Goods to Buy in Bulk to Save Money via Mom Prepares I also write another blog (which will be a book) about Post-Apocalyptic Living…or Prepping. You’ve seen Doomsday Preppers? Well, I haven’t… Continue reading

Meal Planning 101

For those who need help figuring out how to meal plan, check out Meal Planning 101. The one area I tend to be the most organized in is my meal planning. I have found… Continue reading

What Money Does To People

People with more money take candy from children. That’s it. I don’t ever want to be rich. I don’t wanna be a meany pants.   Really,though…this is fascinating. When people complain that members… Continue reading

[Recipe] Jamaican Codfish Fritters

  Stamp and Go! {Jamaican Codfish Fritters} | Lovely Pantry Easily something you can make on a frugal or food stamp budget. If you find cod too expensive, tilapia is a good substitute.… Continue reading

Looking for Jamaican family to adopt. I’d like to send them some food I bought with my food stamps.

I wasn’t even going to mention this but now Mike Huckabee had to make everyone crazy by saying something.I strongly dislike Mike Huckabee and wish he would just go be a preacher in… Continue reading

Mark Ruffalo on cost of warfare vs healthcare

The Privilege of Real Food

When I first published that thing I wrote about why poor people might not be able to just grow their own food (part 1 & part 2 ), I received some very passionate input. Most… Continue reading

“Poverty is a more powerful influence on the outcome of inner-city children than gestational exposure to cocaine…”

An extensive study of crack babies conducted in Philadelphia over the span of over 20 years yielded some unexpected results: Poverty in the inner-city is more powerful than cocaine. “We went looking for… Continue reading

Homemade Liquid Dish Soap

via Homemade Liquid Dish Soap – Kitchen Apparel Making homemade cleaning products may seem like it’s more expensive at first but when you consider that buying  the ingredients you use can be used  for… Continue reading

Why “Grow Your Own Food!” Might Not Be So Easy For Poor People -Part 2

After publishing my last post about obstacles to gardening when you’re poor, I realized there were maybe one or two points I missed…but then I read my emails and discovered there was more… Continue reading