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Learn from the Old-Fashioned Ways

28 Nov
The McGhee family in 1930s Kansas
The McGhee family in 1930s Kansas

My mom has quite a few articles on eHow about thrifty ways of living from her childhood days of the 1930s and during later times of WWII and the 1950s.  Take a look at them and you’ll find tips that apply even today.

How to Raise Good Children the Old-Fashioned Way …How to Use Health Remedies from the Good Old Days …How to Survive a Quarantine the Old-Fashioned WayHow to Recycle the Old-Fashioned Way …How to Conserve Water the Old-Fashioned Way …How to Plant Trees with Limited WaterHow to Have an Old-Fashioned Thanksgiving …How to Have an Old-Fashioned Halloween …How to Decorate Easter Eggs the Old-Fashioned Way …How to Decorate for Christmas the Old-Fashioned Way …How to Camp Out the Old-Fashioned Way …How to Stay Safe from a Rabid Dog the Old-Fashioned Way …

This one was featured as the eHow of the Day on November 25, 2008: How to Save on Heating Bills the Old-Fashioned Way

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2 Comments

Posted by on November 28, 2008 in Family, holidays, thrifty living, Writing

 

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2 responses to “Learn from the Old-Fashioned Ways

  1. drtombibey

    November 28, 2008 at 11:05 pm

    I’m bluegrass, and I sure believe in the old fashioned way.

    drtombibey.wordpress.com

     
  2. imperfect me

    August 6, 2010 at 12:52 pm

    I’m a young mom with three girls, and I want my children to have values and morals that by today’s standards may be considered “old-fashioned”. Thank you for sharing.

     

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