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Thread: Happy New Year
01-01-2014, 03:04 PM #1
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- Jan 2014
- Lineville, AL
Happy New Year
New to site, and just want to say hello and that I welcome any and all suggestions for saving time and money. As my husband is on disability for back issues and I am only able to work part time due to crohns disease. So money is very tight, we do receive food stamps but that is only $55 and does not go far at all, use coupons where I can but have to do so frugally as most of the time we do not have the cash to pay the tax on them.
We live in Lineville, AL but I am orig from southwestern PA, I came down here in 1986 when enlisted in Army, moved back down here after being medically discharged in hopes of milder weather. Husband is from local area.
I am learning to cook more vegetarian based and more from scratch but most fresh produce as well as nuts are so expensive that any help would be a huge help. In either recipes that are inexpensive to make, inexpensive healthy sources or even in possibly providing ingredients when and where you may be able (someone may have a pecan tree in their back yard that produces over what you are able to use, etc).
Praying that we all have a blessed and peaceful new year.
01-01-2014, 09:16 PM #2
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Re: Happy New Year
Hello DawnRenee and welcome to Budget 101!
I'm so sorry about the medical issues, but DO understand having the need for such a tight budget.
Please enjoy the site and best wishes to you.
Praying for you and yours for that peaceful and blessed New Year.
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