Frost came to my garden this week.
I focused my time inside the house.
My daughter made four loaves of pumpkin chocolate chip bread using pumpkins that I grew in our garden.
I purchased some Christmas gifts on sale at the grocery store in the seasonal aisle for my two youngest children.
My husband gave me a haircut.
I attended my daughter’s piano recital and church wearing a dress that I purchased on clearance in 1999, along with earrings that I made myself and a necklace that I purchased at a garage sale.
I pinned my great-grandmother’s brooch on my coat and enjoyed wearing it everywhere I went.
I put some pinecones that I had been given by a friend of my mom’s into a silverplated bowl I bought at a garage sale and used it to decorate. I have a few more pinecones left that I plan to put in another bowl in the house today.
I used a coupon code on Thred Up to order some used clothing for myself on sale that I had been eying for a bit.
I bought two pineapples on sale for $0.98 each and used them on our table runner along with some faux greens and two silver deer a reader sent me years ago to decorate the table.
What did you do this past week to save money?
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