Here are just a few links I've found in the last few days which are worth reading:
::Can buying store brands save you money? JD over at Get Rich Slowly says it can in his well-written post here. I'd argue that by combining coupons with sales, you can often buy name brand for less than the store brand price. However, there are certain things which rarely have coupons available so I then choose to buy the store brand (or the cheapest brand). And if you don't have the time to use coupons, then it definitely would be cheaper to consider switching to buying mostly generic brands.
::If you're working on building a good stockpile of food, make sure you read The Prudent Homemaker's post on possible gaps in your stockpile here. She has many helpful ideas and reminders that she's learned from personal experience.
::Speaking of having a stockpile of food, Tiffany shares here how their stockpile allowed them to be prepared and bless others during Hurricane Ike.
::One simple way to save money on clothing and be more organized is to create a clothing inventory. Check out Tiffany's post on the subject here. I have found a very helpful thing to do is to match up my children's clothing by outfits and we keep it simple by having 6-8 outfits per person per season. Not only is this less expensive because we purchase fewer clothes, but it also makes it much less work for me in keeping their clothes organized.
::Mummy Deals has some frugal suggestions for your excess hot dog buns here.
Have you found an insightful article or blog post recently which you think I'd be interested in sharing? Be sure to email me with the link and I'll gladly consider it!