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To be Kind to Others or Not to Be Kind – A question?

from Mrs Mummypenny

My blog offers money saving & making tips aimed at the family. I also write the occasional blog about being a mummy to 3 beautiful boys.


Thrift my style

Welcome to a Stylish 2016- Favourite Trends and Buys for January So Far!!

from Thrift My Style

Twitter: @ThriftMyStyle

Blog is a diary of thrifted now and forever pieces that are lovingly chosen from boot sales, charity shops, ebay and vintage fairs-these are sourced based on her current inspirations and obsessions...


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#WeEatWednesday: Bliss ball recipes

from Saving Mummy's Pennies

A parenting and lifestyle blog sharing money saving tips and hints and great deals to make money stretch further.


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Week 2: Feeding a family of 4, for 6 weeks - £170! Plus recipes.

from Saving Mummy's Pennies

A parenting and lifestyle blog sharing money saving tips and hints and great deals to make money stretch further.


Adventures of a tightwad dad

I want to hug all Old Ladies in wheelchairs #BritishDadStuff

from Adventures of a tightwad dad

Twitter: @neilmossey

I'm not an entrepreneur, or communist, hippy or journalist. I think I'm just a tightwad Dad.


Free our kids

Introducing… The Two Hatties

from Free Our Kids

Twitter: @hattiegarlick

Raising a child for a year without spending ANY money (but having just as much fun).


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letter to my one-child self

from desert mum

Food, family, creativity, music, God stuff, trying to cling on amidst the haze of nappies and tantrums.


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A wild life in the woods

from Kippers and Curtains

Family adventures on a shoestring budget. Getting outdoors, into the woods, making crafts and having fun.


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Giant wall stickers

from Awesomeausterity

Parenting, crafting, baking and enjoying life with my 5 and 3 year olds - all with a money saving slant!


homemadekids2

In praise of a day in the woods & other microadventures

from Homemade Kids

Modern living offers convenience. Food in abundance, clothes cheap enough to use and discard. But do we need to be so wasteful? And is this really how we want to raise our children? Nicola blogs...