Farm Fresh Tuesday Blog Hop 89 – Great Fun for Everyone!

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I have to confess to a problem I have with the Farm Fresh Tuesday Blog Hop – there are so many wonderful bloggers who participate, and each one submits posts that are so much fun to read. How do I choose?

Thankfully, each of the hosts gets to choose two of their favorites, so as soon as the post goes live, I can’t wait to visit them and see what they chose. And then I dive in to the Hop itself and check out all the rest.

The Farm Fresh Tuesday Blog Hop 89 has its own share of wonderful bloggers. No matter what you enjoy doing – living an off grid life, crafts, baking, cooking, living frugally, reading, and so much more, you can stop in for a visit with these bloggers and find out what they are doing, and how they accomplish all they do.

Once you have read a post, be sure to drop the blogger a comment and let them know you found the at the Farm Fresh Tuesday Blog Hop, and what you loved about your visit with them. All of us love to have people ‘stop in for a visit’ – even if it is on a virtual porch!

And don’t forget to stop by and see what’s been happening with the hostesses of the hop. Lisa at The Self Sufficient Homeacre, Annie at 15 Acre Homestead and Melissa at The Little Frugal Homestead and me – Julie at The Farm Wife – would love to know what you think of the hop.

Stop by for a visit with any of us. We would love to get to know you better, and help you move forward on your journey to a simple life any way we can!

Keep reading for more – and don’t forget to sign up for all of our newsletters. This way, you can stop in for a visit with anyone of us. We LOVE hearing from our readers!!!!!

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Join us each week with your family friendly posts that relate to homesteading, homesteading, homeschooling, DIY, food, and sustainable living. The Farm Fresh Blog Hop 87 runs from Tuesday at 8 pm through the following Friday.

What’s Been Happening with The Farm Wife

budgeting tips from the 30s

Here at the Farm Wife, the month of January is always about money – getting organized for tax season, setting up this year’s budget and Income & Expense statements, and more.

Once I have finished with all of the paperwork, I take some time to review what we have spent, why we spent it, and start searching for any way I can find to cut expenses.

As someone who finds a lot to learn from history, this year I started researching how folks in the 30s managed their money. Since they were just coming out of the Great Depression, I thought I could learn a lot from them.

And I did! The best part is that many of the things they did I can do to. And so can you! Just check out my post, and see which ones will work for you!!!

Meet Our Hosts for The Farm Fresh Blog Hop 89!

Lisa from Self Sufficient Homeacre

Melissa from The Little Frugal Homestead

Annie from 15 Acre Homestead

Julie from The Farm Wife (this is me!)

Check out the Farm Fresh Blog Hop 89 Features this Week!

The Discovery by: Amy @ A Day of Small Things

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How to Make a Heart Pillow by: Helen @ Hello Sewing

farm fresh tuesday blog hop 89

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Julie Murphree is a blogger, newspaper columnist, and speaker on all things ‘Living a Simple Life on the Farm’. She is the author of \\\'The Farm Wife – Living a Simple Life on the Farm. She and her husband have 60 acres in NW Louisiana where they actively work on living as sustainable as possible.

1 Comment

  1. Thanks so much for hosting each week!! I know how much work and time it takes to host and then to visit each post. It truly is appreciated!!! Stay safe, healthy and happy!!

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