Category Archives: Money Found

Is Your Grandma Hungry and You Don’t Know It? Senior/Elder Hunger ~ The Hidden Epidemic in America.

Elder Hunger Awareness Month Proclamation signed by Governor Mary Fallin  for June 2015. Oklahoma ranks #8, in the nation, for senior hunger! 1/3 of Seniors in Oklahoma City are hungry on a daily basis, yet hunger in Oklahoma is higher … Continue reading

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Creative Deprivation Can Help Us Appreciate the Small Things

This is an article printed in the Tightwad Gazette long ago by the delightful Amy Dacyczyn who raised six children. At a yard sale I attended, a ten-year- old kid was barely visible behind a table piled with GI Joe … Continue reading

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FREE Classified Ads and Build an Online Store for FREE! (Tulsa area and U.S.)

BUILD AN ONLINE STORE (FREE) bravenet.com ecrater.com gocounty.com/Oklahoma webstore.com  After you get your store going let others know by posting it  draw attention to it with Facebook, Craig’s list, Twitter. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ FREE – LOCAL  ADS LET YOU ADVERTISE AT NO … Continue reading

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Tightwad Gazette Casserole Recipe

Casseroles  are so easy, yummy and make a good amount.  This”Recipe”, from the Tightwad Gazette III,  allows you to use whatever ingredients your family will eat or use up whatever you have surplus of… 1 cup main ingredient (suggestions: tuna, … Continue reading

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Fruit Flavored Glazed Popcorn (Inexpensive party treat or great gift idea!)

Kettle corn is a little oil, salt and brown and white sugar and pop kernels on the stove. Takes me back to childhood…a crispy dry popcorn that you usually find on boardwalks and at fairs….road trips, extra fun at parties, … Continue reading

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Shari’s Berries – Recipe for Chocolate Covered Strawberries. Only 2 ingredients!

You can easily make a delicious gift for Valentines Day. Shari Fitzpatrick, who owns Shari’s Berries, not only tells how to make them in a video, she gives you the simple recipe (below) and shares her story  in  Guideposts. She … Continue reading

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Homemade Thousand Island Dressing Recipe

Most of us have the ingredients on hand for  Thousand Island Dressing: mayonnaise ketchup white vinegar sugar sweet pickle relish white onion salt   pepper   Google Thousand Island Dressing

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