Skip to main content

Easy ways to stretch a buck

I am always searching for places to save more money. I’m also always trying to organize.. something, I didn’t say successfully… just trying!! Haha So I love when I come across something that combines both of them.

Chevy Man introduced me to Clark Howard. I jumped on his site and found THIS great page… free and cheap? Nothing better! It includes things like Free directory assistance, Free Online University Courses, Free Media Production Workshops, Where to find unclaimed money, Cheap eyeglasses and so much more! Check it out… Seriously… GO!

I’m in no way affiliated with Clark Howard, just honest love for free stuff :)


  1. Hi, Brandi!

    I found you through the Friday blog hop. Love your blog, and I'm looking forward to many more posts.

    Happy Friday!

  2. Hi Laura! I'm so glad you stopped by :) I look forward to getting to know you!

  3. I'm a new Friday Follower! Visit me at and sign up for my first giveaway!

  4. Visiting and following from FF. I'll be stopping by often so I don't miss anything!

  5. Oh wow! Great ideas, can't wait to check out all the free stuff.

    Happy Saturday Sharefest!!!

    Alex aka Ma What's For Dinner

  6. love your blog!
    Hey, you won over at
    please contact me!! thanks!

  7. Glad I could help remind you about Earth Hour! :)

  8. sorry about that...thought my email was there.. :) you can email me at

  9. Visiting from SITS! Thanks for the link, love free and working on getting more organized.

  10. Hi...I'm a new follower over from Follow me Friday. Looks like you have some great posts here. Looking forward to browsing around! :)


  11. Great website. It is really amazing all the free and cheap info and help that is out there.

  12. Thanks for the tips! I will ahve to check it out.


Post a Comment

Popular posts from this blog

Barn wood reindeer

I was  recently invited to an ornament exchange. We were instructed to create 12 of the same ornaments. We then wrapped one of the ornaments and put the other 11 in a box. We passed around the wrapped ornaments and opened them, sort of like a white elephant exchange. That way we all got to oogle and google  each others ornaments.

I made reclaimed barn wood reindeer. I think they turned out super cute. What do you think? Anyone want a tutorial?

[Guest Post] Summertime Blues

Today’s post is a part of the 20 something blogger blog swap. This post is written by Kelly over at Insert Clever Title here. Which by the way, why didn’t I think of that title?! It’s awesome, Kelly! She has a great blog and I am totally hooked. I have been reading it all day. She has a great writing style and outlook on life. I’m very excited to have her as my swap partner. This is the first every guest post here at Frugal Farmhouse, so I’m a little, ok a lot excited! Also when you check out her blog, you get to check out my post on saving money in the summer.

Something about summer has lost a bit of its magic for me. I don't know if it was the summer that I graduated from college, and was suddenly, jarringly thrown into the Real World, or if was something that had been sneaking up on me for years before that.Summer vacation doesn't exist for me anymore.It makes me both sad and, admittedly, a little bitter, to lose that sense of freedom. My reward for making it through all tho…

One Month to love book review

This book is divided into 30 short chapters that cover all different aspects of relationships in your life. Some people are more easy to love than others, and this definitely helps with the difficulties involved in some people. Some things in this book are very predictable. Such as focusing on the person that you actually with. In the age we live in, it is often easier or more convenient to 'play' on our phones or computers, instead of paying attention to the people that matter the most.  Each chapter ends with a challenge which includes questions or things to think about and consider. While much of this book is just reiterating what we all should be doing to maintain and straighten our relationships there are some surprising ideas. One that stood out to me is the chapter entitled. ' Practicing the art of risking awkwardness'.  Included in this chapter is the idea of swallowing your pride and facing the uncomfortable stage where something has happened and usually run …