This month, we have several posts about prepperFI, or prepared financial independence. PrepperFI is all about building more than a healthy savings account. Gardening, community and a well-stocked pantry are all core to the mindset.
There are also two zero-waste minded posts. And we share some love about a recently rebranded blog that we just love to rave about!
Angela over at Tread Lightly Retire Early writes about what is in their pantry to keep her family happy and healthy while this pandemic rages and wreaks havoc on our norms and habits.
In that same wine, Frugal Pharmacist wrote about PrepperFI vs the Pandemic. A similarly down to earth post about being prepared, how they are prepared, and what they are stocking up on. Their thesis being if you’re prepared, you don’t need to be scared.
Saving money and the planet
As some people are apparently building whole castles (or something) hoarding toilet paper, you can make what you have last that much longer by adopting Frogdancer’s ridiculously easy sewing project to make your own reusable toilet “paper”.
The Kind Living blog published a post about 10 sustainable swaps they made in 2019. I love reading these kinds of posts because it isn’t just what people could be swapping out for more sustainable options, but what they really are swapping and that is working for them!
Holistic ecofrugal finances
Recently, Laura rebranded her old blog, Triple Bottom FI, into Rich and Resilient Living, and I am in LOVE. Like us, Laura focuses on financial independence beyond the finances. Her financial permaculture series are an amazing read, and she even has a recent guest post by legend Vicki Robin. this is really a website and a writer to be looking out for, and we are certain it won’t be the last time they are featured on the monthly roundup!
As March comes to a close and we see no end to the pandemic safety measures just yet, what are ways you are staying busy in your own environment? Are you gardening? Crafting? Making food? Reading books? Perhaps you are helping your local community or calling a loved one?
How was your ecofrugal March? Let us know!
Ecofrugal around the web is a monthly roundup series where we feature other bloggers writing about ecofrugal topics like sustainability, permaculture, green finances and zero-waste.
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