Author Archives: StudyQueen

Frugal Shopping: Beef

Food Lion’s new ad came out yesterday.  I was happy to find was whole boneless sirloin tip roast for $1.98/lb.  I am thankful I ventured out this morning, for there was only one roast left.  These roasts are big; mine … Continue reading

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A Call to Love and Obedience

A Call to Love and Obedience 12 “And now, Israel, what does the Lord your God require of you? He requires only that you fear the Lord your God, and live in a way that pleases him, and love him … Continue reading

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Tornado of Pastels

Hodgepodgemom has so many pastel tutorials from Nana on her site.  Here is our interpretation of the tornado tutorial:

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Being Frugal with … Bananas

I love when I find over-ripe bananas at the grocery store for $0.19 a pound or some such reduced price.  These economic black-spotted fruit are gold! Over-ripe bananas make the best banana bread and banana muffins! I think it has … Continue reading

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Having More Time

Many moons have past since I last took up the keys here.  Life gets busy and things that I don’t have time for must be cut out sometimes.  Suddenly, time has been freed up.  I was laid off from my … Continue reading

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Menu Planning

Coming up with the grocery list is always an exercise in frugality, creativity and patience.  I want to treat my family to delicious and nutritious foods week after week that doesn’t break the budget. The best way I have found … Continue reading

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Stonehenge and Circle Making

The History of Mystery People way back in time (2700 B.C) made Stonehenge without modern equipment. Stonehenge is made out of huge rocks. They are about 28 tons each.  Stonehenge is called a megalith because it is a monument made … Continue reading

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