Hanging Clothes to Dry
AngieB from Ballard Boys shows us how to save money by hanging clothes to dry. I thought that putting the clothes line in the patio table was genius. So many people don't hang clothes to dry because they don't want an unsightly clothesline in their yard. This solution is great because you can just take it down when you are done. It is also a great solution if you are renting.
There was a time earlier in my marriage that I went without a dryer for over a year, because we couldn't afford to buy one or to pay for the electricity to run it. I refuse to put anything on a credit card that I cannot pay off right away and have never had credit card debt as a result. I wish I would have had this brilliant idea back then.
Robyn from Family of 8 shows us how she saves money by cutting her husband's and kid's hair. She even found a fun salon chair from a store that was going out of business. Cutting hair is a lot easier than you may think. There are all sorts of video tutorials online and like Robyn says, hair grows.
Mums Instead of Pumpkins
Barb from Treasures from the Heart shows us how she uses mums to decorate instead of pumpkins. Instead of throwing the pumpkins away at the end of the season, she just plants the mums in her flowerbed.
Dianna from Kennedy Adventures tells us how to save by using cloth diapers. Most people cringe at this idea, but she shows us how much cloth diapers have changed from the days our moms used them. Just look how cute they are.
Now link up to my 5th Penny Pinching Party and share what you are doing to save money!
I will have McKlinky up until Monday and will feature some of my favorites next week.
Here are my only rules:
• Add the permalink to the specific blog post, not your general blog address.
• Link back to the party from your post so that everyone can join in the fun!