The Top 8 Most Viewed Articles from 2015

2015 has been a great year of fun and frugal around here at The Nifty Thrifty Lady.

We have covered everything from Local Farmers' Markets to Planner Reviews and why we increased our grocery budget!

I wanted to provide you with a recap of 2015. Use this look back as in inspiration to start 2016 off on with bang both financially and personally. 

Top 8 Most Viewed Articles From 2015

Number 8.
In this episode of Back to Basics|Saving in the Kitchen I share my simple recipe for Homemade Veggie Broth and the perfect way to use old butter wrappers!
Homemade Vegetable Broth

Number 7.
This post was inspired by our own debt free journey. I share 3 ways we have learned to be content with making scarifies and not having it all now. 
Step to surviving the Debt free journey

Number 6.
This post was written in 2013 and remains on my most viewed list two years later. In this post I share the one tactic I use to save money on everything and it's no what you thought it would be.

Number 5.
I compiled this list of farmers market's and farms in the area because there is nothing better than experiencing fresh produce, but there is nothing worse than finding a listing and realizing it is out of date.

Number 4.
I was quite surprised by how well this post took off. I am really happy though because these 3 things will save you so much money each Christmas season!

Number 3
If you didn't know that our grocery budget used to be $150.00 Per month for a family a four that is okay because this year we increased it to $240.00 per month. I explain why and how in this popular post.

Number 2.
You never know which posts are going to take off and do great. This post from September of 2014 is of the top viewed posts ...I think it is Pinterest fault! 

Number 1.
My Number one post if shockingly my Plum Paper Planner review! I love my planner and would highly recommend it to anyone looking for customize paper planner. 

Thank you for looking back on the top 8 Posts from 2015!

If you have suggestions or would like to give me your feedback for what your would like to see in 2016 take the 2015 Community Survey!


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