MOTHER EARTH NEWS BEGINNER'S GUIDE TO LIVING ON LESS
Saving money and sticking to a budget is important whether you live in the city or out in the country. The Mother Earth News Beginner’s Guide to Living on Less is full of information and tips that will help you save a buck or two and stick to your budget.
Whether you’re growing, making, and preserving your own food, learning to build your own furniture, raising your own milk goats, or growing your own firewood, this issue will be a resource you keep returning to. You’ll also learn how to use upcycled pallets to build useful furniture, grow $700 worth of food in 100 square feet, propagate your plants with low-tech techniques, reduce energy costs around your house, and more!
Other articles include:
- 3 One-Hour Cheese Recipes – You don’t have to be a professional to enjoy fresh, homemade cheese.
- Sweet Savings – Build your own beekeeping equipment to save money while making honey.
- Grow Your Own Seeds – Experience the ultimate in self-reliance, and even create new varieties that will perform better in your garden.
- Learn to Build Boxes – Think “inside the box” to build cabinets, shelves, window boxes, and more.