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Super Smoothie

My kids love a super smoothie. Tastes like chocolate but hides spinach! Great for getting those nutrients into your children, and you will love it too. Ingredients Simple Instructions (more of an eyeball it recipe) Find me on: Facebook Instagram Youtube

How My Cooking Has Changed 2023

The cost of living crisis has all of us looking at our expenditures and how we can save money. I have noticed changes in how I cook, some I’d never thought I’d say would work out cheaper, but sadly do. Here are the ways I have changed how I cook: Air Fryer, Slow Cooker, andContinue reading “How My Cooking Has Changed 2023”

10 Frugal Living and Personal Finance Ebooks to Check Out

Starting your frugal living or debt free journey can be daunting, especially if you have no clue where exactly to start. Why not take some tips and advice from people who have been there, done that, and got the t-shirt? I have compiled a list of 10 frugal living and personal finance eBooks that haveContinue reading “10 Frugal Living and Personal Finance Ebooks to Check Out”

My Frugal Tips of the Month: February

Welcome back for another monthly tip update. Over the course of this month, I have been posting useful, frugal tips to Instagram, and I have compiled them all into one blog post for easy perusal. ___________________________ Content belongs to Sensibly Frugal Living Pinterest Instagram Facebook

No Food Waste Here

This blog post is all about preventing food waste. I have compiled a list of 10 perishable items and some simple ways to make use of them. Note: this post is in regards to food that is looking a bit sad and passed it’s best. Cucumbers A cucumber that is passed it’s best can beContinue reading “No Food Waste Here”

DIY Recycled Desk Tidy

In this post, I am going to show you how to make a funky, practical desk tidy out of toilet paper tubes and plastic lids. It really is simple to create a useful item to store your pens and paper clips etc. This is especially handy for kid’s desks and encourages tidiness. What you willContinue reading “DIY Recycled Desk Tidy”

DIY Colour Learning Game for Preschoolers

I have a 21 month old son who is developing an interest for understanding colours. He has learnt blue and green, but I wanted to give him some tools to help him master the other colours through play. Children learn more and take in more information when they are having fun. With this in mind,Continue reading “DIY Colour Learning Game for Preschoolers”

Building a Mini Stockpile for Tight Weeks

Why build a stockpile? When you hear the word stockpile, you may think doomsday prepper or extreme couponer. What I am suggesting is not quite that extreme, but it does involve building up a small stash of long-life foods/ freezer meals for weeks when money may be a little tight. Cutting your grocery bill andContinue reading “Building a Mini Stockpile for Tight Weeks”

DIY Cardboard Car Track

Do you have a toddler who loves wheeling toy cars around and pretending to be a little race car driver? Why not create a car track out of recyclable materials that is totally free to make. Once they grow bored of it, you can stick it in the recycling bin. This is more than justContinue reading “DIY Cardboard Car Track”

My 10 Pantry and Freezer Staples

I like to grocery shop on a budget, and that can be tricky when recipes call for certain staples that can bump the price of your bill up. To counter this, I tend to stock up on pantry staples that I use regularly. This is great to do on the weeks you come in underContinue reading “My 10 Pantry and Freezer Staples”