While we are in transition, Miss Wigglyhead is submitting a guest post about how she spent her summer. Enjoy.
As March was wondering in like a very, very cold lion, I was telling a co-worker about all the wonderful things on offer at our local library. When I told her everything was free, she said, ” ‘Free’ is my favorite F-word!” High praise from her since she, like the rest of us at our little store, suffer from chronic potty mouth.
The internet provides so many resources for saving money. This year I am trying a few (free) challenges to keep … More
In June, H and I agreed to eat like it was 1942 and live on rations. Here is a look … More
In May, H and I got our hands dirty and dug for Victory. For the rest of the growing season, … More
By 1942, the British people, encouraged by the Ministry of Agriculture, planted gardens on 10,000 square miles of land. As … More
My apologizes for taking so long to post May’s Striving for Victory Challenge. In my defense, the sun was shining … More
By the 17th of March, 1942, coal, gas and electricity were rationed so that these resource could help the war effort. This … More
One of goals I set for myself as part of our Striving for Victory Challenge was to explore the media … More
Despite the hardships and shortages faced by women in wartime Britain, women worked hard to look good. Women were told that … More