Welcome! So Glad You Are Here


My husband and I have come together and found a way to pay off all our debt, enjoy life on just a construction worker’s salary. It took us two years to pay off our student loans while we were raising babies and a whole lot of strain on our relationship, but the end result is beyond worth it.

I want to share everything we learned with you. We want to start a farm and provide our own food but do it simply. We don’t intend to put anything on a credit card again. We don’t intend to ever take out car loans again.

We have been so very blessed for our discipline with finances that we are now having the opportunity to pay off our mortgage in less than 10 years. (Posts documenting this coming soon)

It’s all possible. If you choose it.

 

I’m ready to tell you that you will figure out what you need to live a joy filled purposeful life. You are not alone in this world that is truly an everyday battle. Get ready to be intentional in the choices you make. The life you chose to live.

Be reminded that we don’t know how much time we have here but we can make the best of the days we do have.

 

If you want to take back your life and get back to nature and allow the presence of God to completely change your life then meet me here as often as you can. 

It’s time to take a stand and be proud of living a joy-filled simpler life.

 I have been praying for you. If you are here I doubt it’s a mistake. 

You Matter. You Make the Difference. You Are Right Where You Need to Be.

Welcome, my friend. 

 

welcome to the frugal farm girl  So You Want to Dig Deeper? 

I’m a mother to two little girls 3 and 5. I’m a wife. A daughter. A friend. A sister. A neighbor.  A magnet for my 22 chickens. A sucker for the barn cats. A lover of old barns. A farm girl at heart.

 

I want what is best for my family and I want to align the way I live my life with truth. Homesteading and Jesus go hand in hand. It’s doing things that many people ask “Why?”. The gratification your soul feels is one that’s hard to explain at times. Yet the reward is undeniably worth it all.

Less than a year ago we moved out to the country and got an old 1850s farmhouse with a little piece of heaven for land.  We currently own 11 acres.  We want to grow our own food because it’s a heck of a lot cheaper and healthier.

We want to raise our own food because it’s been a desire of our heart. We want to share what we have with others. We are going to do it all- debt free. I’m frugal at heart after running two deal/coupon sites and sharing our spending freeze and $40 a week meal plans I know how to stretch a dollar. Yet I know how boring eating the same thing can be. I know how exhausting couponing is to save money. Listen. I hear you. But There will be something here for you. As long as you let your heart be open. 

welcome to the frugal farm girl

 


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