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Friday, October 16, 2015

No Spend- Clean- Purge October - Friday Linky

Welcome to the 2nd No Spend October Friday Linky party.  You guys are amazing and have linked up some really great ways to purge, sell, use and save.


I shared how I saved $300 and showed you How To Get Your Tile Really Clean.

Cozy Little House shared some fabulous tips on how to "Shop Your House".

Cooking from nature's wonderful bounty is definitely a no spend.  Thel's Kitchen shared this fabulous forest picked Blueberry Pie recipe.


The Thrifty Groove shared some fabulous money saving laundry tips.

Ok, let's see what you have for this week.
Announcement
 In case you missed my post earlier, I am inviting you to all join me for a 
NO SPEND, CLEAN, PURGE OCTOBER LINKY PARTY.
Every Friday we will link up all the ways we purged, sold, used and saved without spending.  You can see some great tips I gave here.

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5 comments:

  1. Hi Marty, Thanks you so much for featuring my pie. I am honoured to be among such talent. Thanks you for hosting this wonderful blog party where we can connect with such great bloggers.
    I really enjoy viewing your blog on your home decorating. You have a beautiful home. xo

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  2. Hello Marty, Happy Friday! Thanks for hosting this fun party. I will enjoy visiting some of these bloggers and their great ideas to save. Enjoy the weekend.
    Julie xo

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  3. Hi Marty and thank you for hosting, I love these parties and love seeing the different posts :-) Have a lovely weekend! Best, Silvana

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  4. I was pretty pleased with myself that I created a 19th century gown for around $6...but it's not quite no spend. :) Loving the inspiration.

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  5. I linked up because I am re-using tables for desks in my dining area. Thanks for the link up!
    Brenda

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