Fall = cooler temperatures, beautiful foliage, and fresh beginnings (schools, sports, etc.). This month, Molly’s Socks, Suds, and Savings edition renders fall recipes such as stews and soups—and a link to a recipe for a dry “cream-of-anything” mix—more laundry tips than I had questions for—including a recipe for making your own laundry soap—and creative ideas for saving cooking time in the kitchen.
Molly shares a beautiful, inexpensive decorating idea to fill up large, empty spaces on your walls (think HGTV) and step-by-step instructions (including photos) on how to make a cute little dress from 2 shirts and a belt. Hhhmm, I see an art project for my high schooler and a sewing project for my younger daughter in my future!
The Kids’ Corner has tips and printables to help your children learn how to do the laundry without turning white clothes pink. If your children know the difference between white and black and can reach the controls on the washing machine, you can teach them how to do their own (or the family) laundry.
A Molly Digest wouldn’t be complete without calendars, printables, menus, and lists. Check out Molly’s Econobusters website for more great money-saving tips. You can also join Molly’s special members’-only site for even more articles, ideas, and freebies. It’s only $3.95/month for a subscription.
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