Angelicscalliwags Frugal Challenge

Frugal Goals: Five in Five

Well, this is my last goal post focussed on the next five weeks.  This one is all about saving a few pennies and learning more skills to save money in the future:

  • To take time each day to explore Moneysavingmom blog.  I used to read Crystal’s blog when she wrote under a different name (Biblicalwomanhood I think), but haven’t spent huge amount of time on her money saving one.  Each day this term I want to spend half an hour per day reading past posts.
  • Search out a tasty, healthy and frugal recipe which can be made from just store cupboard ingredients.  Begin collecting ideas onto a new pinterest board:

  • Design this year’s home made Christmas Card
  • Make one change which will save ten pounds a month if I were to do it regularly enough
  • Design the Christmas angel decorations I want to make as stocking presents this year, out of my granny’s antique lace Christening gown, for an heirloom gift for my children:

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So I have set myself twenty goals in total to achieve within the next five weeks.  Is it possible?  I don’t know, but I shall have fun trying!

9 comments on “Frugal Goals: Five in Five

  1. Elizabeth Hafferty

    Lots to do. Can’t wait to see what you come up with!

  2. Love these posts…..they inspire me to make some goals of my own :-).

    Some other websites that I can usually gleen something from about real foods and saving money too are http://www.stacymakescents.com/ and http://www.groceryshrink.com. You might be interested in those too, but if not that is okay too :-). Just thought I would mention.

    Have a blessed day!
    Brenda

    • I will definitely be spending some time on these sites. Thank you so much for sharing Brenda.

  3. That christening gown is lovely.

  4. I agree. The Christening gown is lovely! Are you sure you want to cut it up?

  5. Oh, I can’t wait to see what you do with the christening gown.

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