Top Fifty Frugality Blogs

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I’m honored to be included in Frugal Dad’s list of the Top Fifty Frugality Blogs. For new visitors, I’ve picked out some of my favorite frugal posts:

Making a Sourdough Starter

Washing Machines and Making Laundry More Frugal

Frugal Strategies for Young Children that Pay Off as Your Family Grows

How to Spend Virtually Nothing when You Have a Baby

Staying Home and Staying Sane: Tips for Balancing Your Needs with the Needs of Your Kids

Is Homemade Food Worth the Effort?

Tips for Starting a Cooperative Camp or Playgroup

Creative Cooking Using Leftovers: Chicken Casserole

Using Cloth Diapers in Israel

If you’re interested in more personal finance from an American Orthodox Jewish perspective, also check out Orthonomics by Sephardi Lady.

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  1. I’m wondering about the health benefits of sourdough. It didn’t seem to come up on your post or comments? (or did I miss it?).

    I googled and found this:
    http://www.mothering.com/discussions/archive/index.php/t-392095.html
    and this
    http://www.geocities.com/newlibertyvillage/earthstar/fermentedbreads.htm
    (seems to be YES)

  2. A timely post, Ema.

  3. Concetta says:

    Hi! I actually found your blog through Frugal Dad’s post and I wanted to say I’ve really enjoyed reading your blog so far. I signed up for a subscription so I can get your posts via email.

    You have a great writing style and even though you’re in Israel, your subjects could be great topics anywhere in the world. Please keep up the good work! :-D

    • mominisrael says:

      Leora, thanks for the research. Mimi had mentioned easy digestion in the comments.
      FB: Thank you.
      Concetta: Thank you so much for the kind words!

  4. What an honor! I think I’m a tad bit jealous. :)

  5. Ariella says:

    I just posted about frugal fun with a link to my article that offers many options for $10 and under — quite a few are completely free. See http://kallahmagazine.blogspot.com/2009/06/frugal-fun-for-fathers-day-and-summer.html

  6. mominisrael says:

    Bli neder I will include it next time I post a few links.

  7. Congrats on making the list! That is so neat!

    I’m going to check out your links now!
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  8. Congratulations on making the list. I read Frugal Dad quite a bit and consider it an authority on frugality.

    Hopefully next year Money Sanity join you on the list.

    Alan
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