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Micro Homesteading & Frugal Living
Lil' Suburban Homestead
on American Preppers Radio!
9:00pm/Est 8:00pm/Ct 7:00pm/Mt 6:00pm/Pt
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Join Karen Lynn this Tuesday night at 9pm eastern as she interviews Tiffany Davis of Imperfectly Happy.com. Tiffany is a “micro homesteader” with a backyard farm. She is a wife, mother to 4, homeschooler and blogger. She is passionate about vintage skills and slowing down in our fast-paced world by regaining some of the handiness that used to be part of our every day.
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We had an awesome show today! We talked a little bit about hot topics in the news, and shared about new site Frugal WAHMs Magazine just opening this week! We also had some sad news from Sue today, we are sad to announce her Daughter lost her baby. So we are asking that you contact Sue and send you condolescenses as this is very tough time for her family. You can email Sue at firstname.lastname@example.org
Also on today's show we were blessed to have with us a wonderfully funny lady Jenna McCarthy who is a wonderful book author. Jenna was such a warm and inviting and FUNNY lady to chat with this morning it was a geat interview. This was probably the funniest interview I have given over my last three years, Jenna was a down to earth lady who talk about the joys of motherhood in the funniest way. Before becoming a renowned book author Jenna started her career writing for large magazine publications like Mademoiselle and Shape just to name a few.Dont Miss this great interview!! A
Who will it be? Tune in live Sept. 11, 2014.
in Self Help
Whether you're dealing with a mountain of debt (which there is no need to continue paying on) or trying to save money for your "retirement", there are numerous circumstances that can force you to have to live inexpensively. Frugal living is typically viewed in a negative light, where the word "sacrifice" becomes synonymous with "suffering." Most of the time, it is. So what can you do to change this? Reach out? Ask for help? What if there is none and you have no family or friends in the area? It takes people helping people, which rarely occurs. It is much easier in America to raise money for an animal than to help someone in need. Poverty will not change unless Americans change their thinking- and actually embrace the religions they subscribe too.
A little about me: I've been a finalist in a cooking demonstration competition, prepped and plated up food alongside some famous Food Network chefs, volunteered at large food and wine charity events, and judged at World Food Championships competitions in California and the Finals in Las Vegas. But my greatest passion is for quality food that doesn't bust the average family's budget!
I am not a vegetarian, but I do like to balance my diet by eating healthier during the week. So, I observe #MeatlessMondays and #FishFridays because it's not just healthy, but also economical (and good for the environment)! If you're a die-hard meat-eater like me, you won't give up meat for even one meal a week unless the dish tastes great. So I search out dishes where you don't feel like it's missing something or lacking flavor!
I will also talk about what you can do with things on sale, or re-purposing leftovers. I once fed a hungry group of 20 poker players a corned beef & cabbage dinner on St. Patrick's Day, (yes, mostly men) for only $20. And a few went back for second and third helpings!
I have met some very cool, fun people in the food industry,and I hope I'll be able to share their stories - - starting with my own! I'll also tackle some of the food news or trends that pop up and share my take on these fads, while sharing information and recipes.
I have no formula set in stone about how this show will go moving forward, so if I get a lot of interest, I may address questions on air that you send to me! So please tell your friends about this show and let's have some fun while we save money!
@Ms_Terree aka The Frugal Foodie