Great Depression Cooking – 93 year old cook and great grandmother, Clara, recounts her childhood during the Great Depression as she prepares meals from the era. Learn how to make simple yet delicious dishes while listening to stories from the Great Depression. The video featured is the most recent one made, so if you would like to start at the beginning, look for Episode 1.
Fractured Frugal Friends – With both free and premium (but inexpensive) content, F3 is a tightknit community of members dedicated to frugal living with very active message boards. You will find articles about bulk cooking, frugal living, and a variety of other topics to help you save money. There is periodically an edition of their online magazine/newsletter in which all content is free; past content is only available to subscribers.
Living on a Dime – No matter what your income level, this site will challenge you to think about how your money is spent. Founded by two women who each paid off an extraordinary amount of debt on income that is close to the poverty level, the site contains articles and a blog that will impact the way you think about spending any amount of money.
The Dollar Stretcher – TDS is one of the oldest and best frugal sites; be sure to check out their articles on how to save money on groceries and food.
Miserly Moms – “Through the use of the tips I share and the other resources recommended, I hope that many people will be able to afford to cut back on working hours or quit altogether in order to spend more time with their family.” (Jonni McCoy)
The Budget Decorator – Being on a budget doesn’t mean your home can’t be warm and inviting.
Smart Spending Resources – Home of the Smart Spending Guide, this site is from Faye Prosser and offers a variety of articles and resources to help you save money and live frugally.
About.com’s Frugal Living – A variety of resources from about.com
Better Budgeting – Stretching your dollars and resources for a better life